Learn the basics of a dog’s physical nature and discover the wide variations that exist in this lovable animal’s world when you take this fascinating Dog Breeds and Basic Anatomy. From adorable small toy dogs to large sporting ones, the colourful community of dogs that can be encountered is quite extraordinary in its size. Whether you’re just a general dog-lover or want to learn about all the distinct species that exist for expert purposes, this educational package will be an eye-opening delight that shows the varieties that exist with our four-legged friends.
This Animal Awareness tutorial offers five information-packed modules that describe the length and breadth of the dog’s domain in nature. You will initially be taught the basics of canine anatomy before moving on to descriptions of all the most common breeds. Starting with toys and working dogs, you will be formally introduced to other major groups such as hounds and herders. From that point, you can expect to become familiar with the looks and attributes of all popular domesticated dogs, from the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel to the German Shorthaired Pointer. You’ll no longer be dumbfounded when it comes to dogs because, after this training, you’ll be a canine expert.
Please note that the Dog Breeds and Basic Anatomy course provides valuable and appropriate education about different types of dog breeds. However, it does not offer expert qualifications to immediately work as an animal helper or expert dog groomer. Always check with prospective employers and experts before committing to animal care work.
Who is this Course for?
The Dog Breeds and Basic Anatomy is certified by CPD Qualifications Standards, making it ideal for anyone trying to learn potential professional skills. The course is available for all students regardless of any academic background. No experience or qualification is required.
Why Should You Choose this Course
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After completing all the modules of the course, your learning will be assessed by an automated multiple-choice question exam. You can participate in the Mock Exam prior to commencing the course completion Final Exam.
Our Dog Breeds and Basic Anatomy does not require any pre-knowledge to pursue the course. And it is compatible with any kind of device. You will get the same experience in learning whether you are using Windows, Mac, a smartphone or tablet. You can access the course materials with any kind of connection, from anywhere, without any limitation!
Upon completing the Dog Breeds and Basic Anatomy course, you'll be equipped with valuable knowledge and skills that can open doors to various exciting career paths. You could pursue opportunities as a professional dog breeder, working closely with different breeds and contributing to the improvement and preservation of specific traits. Alternatively, you might explore roles as a veterinary technician or assistant, where your understanding of canine anatomy will be highly valued. Additionally, careers in dog grooming, pet training, or working in animal shelters and rescue organizations are all potential avenues where your expertise in dog breeds and anatomy can be applied to make a positive impact on canine well-being.
Once you’ve successfully completed this course, you can obtain the Digital (PDF) Certificate for only £4.99. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post for only £9.99 (FREE POSTAGE). With these affordable pricing on certificates, we’re also offering the PDF Transcript for £2.99. Also, you can have your printed transcript delivered by post for only £7.99 (FREE POSTAGE). All of our courses are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field. Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.
|Section 01: Understanding Basic Dog Anatomy
|Understanding Basic Dog Anatomy
|Section 02: Toy Group and Working Group
|Different Dog Breeds Toy Group and Working Group
|Section 03: Herding Group and Hound Group
|Herding Group and Hound Group
|Section 04: Terrier Group and Sporting Group
|Different Dog Breeds Terrier Group and Sporting Group
|Section 05: Non-Sporting Group and Mixed Breeds
|Non-Sporting Group and Mixed Breeds
|Assignment – Dog Breeds and Basic Anatomy
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