Why Choose Us? 2019-05-22T22:55:56+00:00

Why Choose Us?

Let’s face it. There are lots of schools available at this present time. What makes one better for you than another? Here are a few reasons we think you should consider Equinology, Inc. ® and Caninology ®:

  • You will find that many of our instructors have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • The majority of our instructors hold doctorates and have private practices in the industry
  • Our instructors are dynamic, energetic, reliable and highly qualified. Review the faculty and lecturers on the website!
  • Every course is well presented with the newest information and plenty of hands-on.
  • You can take one course for personal interest or an entire certification program.
  • Equinology, Inc. ® is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider.
  • Equinology’s courses are approved and recognized by the International Equine Body Worker Association (IEBWA), the UK McTimoney Chiropractic Association and the Society of Osteopaths in Animal Practice.
  • We are one of the very few educational institutes that take the responsibility of offering you more than a handful of courses!
  • Continuing education units available for those seeking out of state requirements.

Research your prospective school. Different students have different needs. However, there are some things that you need to ask to ensure your learning needs are met, and you are in a safe, comfortable environment.

  • How much time is allowed for actual hands-on during the courses?
  • Does the institute carry insurance? Some schools have dropped insurance to due to an enormous increase in policies.
  • What is the ratio of horses/dogs to people?
  • How many students are in the class?
  • Are there continuing education courses offered?
  • Is the educational institute recognized or affiliated with any other institute or organization?
  • Is anyone available after the course to ask questions?
  • Is the classroom comfortable?
  • Are any instructors contributors to research projects or published veterinary peer review articles?

Anatomy of Equine Bodywork; The Equinology Approach by Debranne Pattillo - Get Your Copy Here