This is a book for those who seek a mutually satisfying relationship with their horses. The Principles provide a road map…we should read them carefully and often.
This impactful book is loaded with valuable lifelong lessons that place compassion and empathy at their core. It will enable readers to develop and sustain meaningful, respectful, and successful partnerships with their horses
I would highly recommend this book for anyone who loves animals—not just horses—and wants to gain an understanding of them on a deeper, more intimate level.
Dr. Allen Schoen is an innovative, compassionate, and thoughtful veterinarian whose book emphasizes the responsibilities that attend the human-equine relationship.
Dr. Schoen has always lead by example, and lives a lifetime of connected joy with the horses that he treats and their owners. We will continue to benefit from his kindness and guidance through his new book.
I very much enjoyed reading the Compassionate Equestrian by Dr. Allen Schoen. Reading this well-written book allowed me to better understand, both conceptually and scientifically, the feelings of our equine patients.
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