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Animal Psychology

Animal Psychology

£199.00

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Animal Psychology diploma

If you are a person who enjoys being with animals and taking care of them, you would definitely enjoy doing this course. This course covers all the necessary information with regard to the natural instincts and behaviors of various pet animals such as cats, dogs, rabbits and other common pets. This is the apt course to do if you are looking to enhance your knowledge in animal psychology and related aspects.Animal Psychology broadly covers domestication, behaviors of different animals, psychiatric issues they undergo and how to understand animal communication.

It is an ideal choice if you are planning to focus your career around animal care. Upon completion of this course in animal psychology, you could work as an animal psychologist, work with pets and pet owners or opt for teaching in a similar field.Once you complete the animal psychology course, you will be equipped with knowledge to work with different types of pet animals. As an animal psychology graduate, you could also think of working as veterinary behaviorist, animal trainer or animal scientist. The role of a veterinary behaviorist mainly includes assessing the interaction patterns between animals, and animals and human beings in order to diagnose their behavior disorders. From anxiety to fear and aggression, there are several psychological issues animals deal with much like humans. Veterinary behaviorists work with pet owners to understand the problems of the pet and suggest proper treatment. You could also become an animal trainer engaged in training animals to follow commands and assist medical professionals to give veterinary care for animals.

Syllabus:

  1. Domestication and Choosing a Pet
  2. Normal Dog Behavior
  3. Dog communication
  4. Anxiety, Fear and Aggression
  5. Lose your mind to understand your dogs
  6. What is normal for a cat
  7. Settling cats into domestic life
  8. Translating cat’s antics
  9. Cat – Fear, separation anxiety and aggression
  10. Understanding Rabbits