Understanding Your Horse's Behavior is a fascinating compilation of real-life questions from horse owners about problems they face with their horses, with answers supplied by renowned equine behaviorist Sue McDonnell, PhD. Today's horse owners are dedicated to learning more about how and why their horses act as they do, and how to correct problem behaviors. McDonnell, founder of the University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center Equine Behavior Program and Laboratory, is a master at simple explanations of complicated issues that will help every horse owner be a better caretaker.
Sue McDonnell, PhD, is a native Pennsylvanian, raised in a dairy farming family in the anthracite coal regions north of Scranton. She is an associate professor and founding head of the Havemeyer Equine Behavior Program and Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, New Bolton Center. She has published widely on stallion sexual behavior and dysfunction and is also the author of The Equid Ethogram: A Practical Field Guide to Horse Behavior.
". . . a skilled and experienced horse behaviorist".