Get Inside Pets' Heads & Hearts

Holly and Hugo
Precio Emagister

£ 499 - ($ 13,516) £ 49 - ($ 1,327)
IVA inc.

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  • Curso
  • Online
  • 90 horas de estudio
  • Duración:
    45 Days
  • Campus virtual
  • Envío de materiales didácticos
  • Servicio de consultas

Whether you’re a pet sitter, groomer, walker, shelter worker or veterinary assistant, understanding an animal’s point of view is crucial to building a successful relationship with animal clients. This course is designed to enhance your knowledge of the key areas of animal interaction, so you can communicate more effectively and get the desired responses. Perfect for those just getting into the industry, as well as seasoned pros who’d like to refresh their training and get some new tips from our expert – we’ll help you to better engage with animals of all shapes and sizes.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

When you work with animals, it’s important to have insight into how they think, communicate, and behave. We’ll help you put yourself in their paws by delving into animal psychology, behavior, and natural instincts, so you can work more effectively with your furry clients.

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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Animal Behaviour
Animal Care

Programa académico

Course Modules

  1. Training puppies
  2. Training of adult dogs
  3. Cat Training
  4. Bird Training
  5. Fundamentals of dog walking and pet sitting
  6. Out and about –professional dog walking
  7. Disease, health and hygiene
  8. Being professional with clients
  9. Handling and getting around with your pets
  10. Specific information on dogs and cats
  11. First Aid
  12. Specific information on rabbits & guinea pigs
  13. Specific information on hamsters, gerbils, mice & exotic rats
  14. Specific information on birds
  15. Specific information on fish
  16. Specific information on reptiles
  17. How pet sitting can get you up and running in business
  18. Domestication - how pets came in from the cold
  19. Normal dog behaviour - when your pet is being true to his nature
  20. If dogs could talk
  21. Calm the pack – fear, aggression and anxiety
  22. How well do you know me? The colourful world of dogs’ antics explained
  23. Lose your mind to understand your dog’s
  24. What is normal behaviour for a cat?
  25. A cat’s the only cat who knows where it’s at
  26. When you’ve had it with your cat – psychiatric challenges
  27. Cat on a griddle
  28. Understanding rabbits