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Unit Summary (359 GLH)
Canine body language and common signs of stress and aggression and how stress can escalate into aggression. Learners will gain an understanding of the body language signs and signals, unwanted behaviour that may arise and the signs of stress and aggression.
Causes of disease transmission and prevention, appropriate welfare measures of kennels, dog daycare and dog boarding environments. Safe entry and exit management, essential PPE and the importance of environmental stimulation in kennels, dog daycare and dog boarding environments. Learners will understand basic health and welfare issues for kennels, dog daycare and dog boarding establishments and how to ensure all canine needs are met.
This unit explores how to promote and maintain the welfare of cats in catteries. It includes information on health checking, methods of disease prevention & control and effective ways to provide environmental enrichment and mental stimulation. This unit also covers administering preventative and prescriptive medications.
When working with cats it’s useful to have an understanding of feline behaviour and psychology. This unit includes force-free behaviour improvement, the human-feline relationship as well as signalling and communication behaviour of cats.
What style of management should you have? What is the difference between management and leadership? This module looks at different styles that may be used in running a kennel and cattery establishment.
A proper understanding of legislation by those running Kennels and Catteries will hugely benefit the welfare of animals.
Learn about the safe, force-free handling and transportation of cats including the correct use of equipment and record keeping.
This unit explores force-free handling and transportation, including equipment and record-keeping necessary when working with stray and kennelled dogs.
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