Companion Animal Behaviour For General Practice Part 1
Date: Monday 8th June, 2020 - Sunday 28th June, 2020
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 8 hour(s)
Many vets and vet nurses education on behaviour was somewhat limited and people can often feel out of their depth when clients ask about behaviour problems or when they are faced with an aggressive animal in practice. This course will focus on teaching delegates about behaviour that is primarily relevant to the general practitioner and the veterinary nurse. It will cover topics such as crucial preventative behavioural advice for new puppies, kittens and rabbits, medical differentials for behaviour problems, interpreting body language and improving welfare during handling and hospitalisation. Course Content: Module 1. Handling and examining animals in the surgery: DOGS. Module 2. Handling and examining animals in the surgery: CATS. Module 3. Advising clients with new young acquisitions. Module 4. First aid advice for clients experiencing behaviour problems. Module 5. Medical problems influencing behaviour. Module 6. Meeting the behavioural needs of the pet rabbit. Module 7. Meeting the behavioural needs of the pet parrot. Module 8. Final MCQ exam to gain your CPD certificate.
Who is it for?
Vets and VNs
Clare Wilson MA VetMB CCAB MRCVS PGDipCABC
Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as
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