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People were interested in animal welfare centuries before childrens author Hugh Lofting invented his famous character Doctor John Dolittle while writing to his children from the trenches in World War I. Thousands of years have passed since people adopted dogs and cats as domestic pets or realised the benefits of keeping horses, chicken…Read More
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Dog grooming courses provide comprehensive training in various aspects of canine care and styling. You'll learn techniques for bathing, brushing, trimming, and styling different dog breeds. Additionally, you'll gain insights into nail trimming, ear cleaning, and handling dogs with different temperaments. These courses cover essential safety practices, tools of the trade, and even business aspects if you're interested in starting a dog grooming business.
Alison’s free courses in animal care provide a comprehensive understanding of animal health, nutrition, behavior, and welfare, enabling individuals to provide better care for a variety of animals, from companion pets to farm animals and wildlife. Studying animal care equips you with the knowledge to promote animal health, prevent illness, and ensure proper handling, ultimately enhancing your ability to make a positive impact on the lives of animals under your care.
A qualification in animal care opens doors to a variety of rewarding careers. You could become an animal caretaker, veterinary assistant, animal shelter worker, pet groomer, animal behaviourist, or even work in wildlife rehabilitation centres. Additionally, roles in animal nutrition, animal training, and zookeeping are also possible career paths. Your qualification equips you with the expertise to work in settings where animals' health, well-being, and comfort are a priority, allowing you to contribute to their betterment and welfare.
Yes, Alison’s free online animal care courses provide a fast, flexible and convenient way to learn. Online courses cover topics such as animal nutrition, disease management, grooming techniques, and ethical considerations. These courses often include video lectures and resources that allow you to acquire practical skills and knowledge from the comfort of your own home. Online learning is an excellent option for those with busy schedules or limited access to in-person classes.
Completing dog grooming courses opens doors to various exciting career paths. You could work as a professional dog groomer in grooming salons, pet spas, or even start your own dog grooming business. Additionally, pet stores, animal shelters, and veterinary clinics often seek skilled dog groomers.
Grooming a dog is about much more than washing it. You need to understand canine anatomy, dog behaviour and how to stay calm with a pet who is frightened, wanting to get away or aggressive. This popular course explains it all and more.
Dogs ownership has exploded but many people don’t know how to train their pets or deal with problematic behaviour. Trainers help both dogs and owners feel more secure, calmer and less stressed.
This foundational course explains vital information on proper feeding and nutrition, common illnesses and their treatments, and lifesaving skills like how to perform CPR on animals.
No, not at all! Being a veterinarian requires many years of intensive study at university level and can be a very stressful career because you’re dealing with sick or injured animals that are in a lot of pain. There are many other paths open to you such as:
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This interesting course shows you how to help vets with their work by holding, comforting and treating animals in their care. You’ll learn common terms used in the field and see how to evaluate the causes of injuries to pets.
Eggs and chicken meat are two of the most widely eaten and affordable forms of protein for people around the world. This comprehensive course looks at what it takes to run a poultry farm, right down to fowl diseases and vaccines.
Horses are intelligent creatures with their own language and behaviours. If you ride, train or own horses, this free course explains socialisation, the reproductive aspects of mares and stallions, and what effect domestication has on them.