EQUIOSITY

The site about all things equine 
with a special emphasis on the horse-human bond

Presented by Alexandra Kurland and Dominique Day

We both love training. When the two of us get together, it's a non-stop conversation. That is what we want to share in these podcasts and webinars.

 
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ABOUT EQUIOSITY

What does Equiosity mean?

Take "equus" and combine that with "curiosity" and you get Equiosity.  That explains what our podcast and webinars are all about.  We are endlessly curious about horses. Over the coming months, we will be sharing our love of horses and fascination with training.

Alexandra  Kurland

Dominique Day

 

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There is always so much more to say about every subject we talk about in the podcast.  So to complement the podcast content,  we've chosen some bonus materials for you.

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Podcast

February 19, 2020

This concludes our three part conversation with Lindsay Wood on counter conditioning.  In Part 1 we  began with the basics of counter conditioning which means we began with classical conditioning.  In her work at shelters, that’s where Lindsay had begun, but she has be...

February 13, 2020

Last week we began a conversation with Lindsay Wood Brown.  Lindsay is a member of the Clicker Expo faculty.  She is a board-certified applied animal behaviorist (ACAAB) with a master's degree in animal behavior. She is a Karen Pryor Academy (KPA) course developer and...

February 5, 2020

Lindsay Wood Brown joins us for a conversation on counter conditioning.  Dominique starts us off by describing the situation she has with her easily distracted dog.  The behavior she’s dealing with is something many of us have to contend with - whether it is a dog or a...

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