This short, veterinary approved, online seminar, is presented and designed by a qualified registered veterinary nurse and clinical animal behaviourist. The online seminar format is a virtual presentation presented with voice over. Split into easy-to-digest lessons that give you the flexibility to learn at home at your own pace.
It is suitable for either the pet professional or for an owner whose dog already has a degree of separation anxiety.
There are no exams, but to obtain your certificate of completion you must answer some multiple choice questions, which have been designed to ensure that you have learned the material.
About The Author, Caroline Clark
She is a qualified member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and a registered clinical animal behaviourist with the Association of Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC). She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling and is also a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Caroline holds a professional teaching qualification.
What you'll learn:
- The constituents of the canine diet. In other words what the diet is made up of.
- Feeding the dog through their different life-stages.
- How feeding can affect behaviour.
- How nutraceuticals and supplements can help to modify the diet. (See full curriculum below).
- Pet professionals
- Dog walkers
- Veterinary nurses
- Dog carers/sitters
- Dog trainers
- Dog kennels/hotels
- Dedicated dog owners
Since i have dogs dealing with different health issues, ages and breeds, this seminar way extremely helpful to understand what are the basic standards for a proper nutrition. I was also expertized in more technical details in terms of food consistency and real health issues.
I am so pleased that i am ready to obtain another seminar from your platform!
Thank you so much
Best Regargds Maria Michailidou
Another course full of useful information and well paced content. Quite involved with lots to think about and share with my customers. Canine nutrition is such a huge topic but this cuts it down to the most important elements so is a great starting point for this area of learning. Really interesting section on bloat and the life stages also. Thank you