Make animal psychology your pet subject!

Animal Psychology

4.5 excellent 11 opinions
Holly and Hugo
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198 € 33 
*Guide price
Original amount in GBP:
£ 175  £ 29

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Typology Course
Methodology Online
Class hours 30h
Duration 45 Days
Start Different dates available
  • Course
  • Online
  • 30h
  • Duration:
    45 Days
  • Start:
    Different dates available

The better we understand our pets, the better our relationships with them. How dogs, cats and rabbits experience the world is quite different from humans. By delving into the psychology behind their behaviour, reactions and natural instincts you can ensure both your environment and your pet’s is harmonious and happy. It helps you relate to each other with complete understanding and have a bond that’s full of warmth and joy.

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What are the course objectives?

This pet psychology course answers questions like:

- How do I train my pet not to urinate in inappropriate places?
- Why does my dog bury his food?
- What does it mean when my cat shouts?
- How can I stop incessant barking?
- Why does my dog attack certain breeds and not others?
- Is it normal for a cat to groom itself all day?
- Why does my dog roll in disgusting fox poo?
- How can I reassure my anxious rabbit?
- What does it mean when a dog eats grass?
- Learn to deal with pets ‘bad’ habits

Is this course for me?

All audiences.

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Reviews on this course

Natasha Orslene
What I would highlight: The organization is great - on the off chance that I am unable to finish the course, it takes me back to where I cleared out off beforehand. The subject matter is exceptionally intensive and I have possessed the capacity to put some of it into practice as of now. I delighted in growing further information of how to connect with animals and realizing what to do on the off chance that they are in trouble has been exceptionally useful in my work with nearby rescues. I loved the self-guided perspective the most and I could finish it when I had sufficient energy to focus on the lessons.
What could be improved: N/A.
Course taken: Abril 2015
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
Susan Grainger
What I would highlight: The course substance was splendid! It additionally adhered to the point and didn't veer off into just indirectly related subjects not at all like a few courses I have endeavored previously. The ebooks are an awesome thought and alluringly composed, and extremely supportive. I truly like the design of your course material and the usability, and it's incredible to get a testament from yourselves, a certify one AND the special reward of the Completion Letter and the Breakdown Transcript! I am thinking that its exceptionally compensating to learn such a great amount on these courses and I am sure the new information and comprehension I am picking up will be tremendously valuable in helping me to accomplish my animal vocation.
What could be improved: Everything was positive.
Course taken: Octubre 2015
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
Siobhan Bottoni
What I would highlight: I am so happy I unearthed Holly and Hugo, their courses have given me extraordinary understanding into my sanctuary creatures conduct and needs. I joined to the online class since I needed to figure out how I could better set up the general population who receive from my safe house for either their first pet. The online class was extraordinary and in spite of the fact that it helped answer my inquiries regarding this I got myself intrigued by the material for my own particular pets too. I'm up to my fourth course now and im adoring it, I feel certain about sharing my insight to everybody.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Course taken: Junio 2016
Would you recommend this centre?: yes

What you'll learn on the course

Animal Nutrition
Animal Behaviour
Dog Handling
Body Language
Emotional Intelligence
Animal Care
Animal Biology
Pet Care
Animal grooming
Dog Behavior
Animal Psychology
Pet Psychology

Course programme

Deal with tricky situations, disruptive habits, boredom and anxiety in your pet.

MODULE 1: Domestication - how pets came in from the cold
1.1 History to human engagement with pets
1.2 Breeding
1.3 Anthropomorphism (transferring human emotions & expectations to pets) 1.4 Choosing your pet

MODULE 2: Normal dog behaviour - when your pet is being true to his nature 2.1 Socialisation
2.2 How older dogs change
2.3 Understanding puppy behaviour
2.4 Feeding time
2.5 Habits like licking, digging & jumping

MODULE 3: If dogs could talk
3.1 Dogs’ body language
3.2 How they greet humans and other dogs
3.3 How to recognise what signals play
3.4 Different types of aggressive behaviour
3.5 The hidden language in dogs’ smells/urine/faeces/sniffing
3.6 Translating vocal language

MODULE 4: Calm the pack – fear, aggression and anxiety
4.1 Aggression: territorial, protective, predatory, sexual, fearful and more
4.2 Anxiety due to separation
4.3 Fear

MODULE 5: How well do you know me? The colourful world of dogs’ antics explained
5.1 Rolling over and rolling in poo!
5.2 How dogs feel about your stroking, patting,
5.3 tummy tickles & ear scratching
5.4 Circling and chasing tail
5.5 Tail between legs
5.6 Muzzle grabbing
5.7 Eating grass

MODULE 6: Lose your mind to understand your dog’s
6.1 Marking in inappropriate places
6.2 Urination due to excitement and submission
6.3 Unusual levels of barking
6.4 Soiling your home

MODULE 7: What is normal behaviour for a cat?
7.1 Eating rituals - how and why they differ from dogs
7.2 Important early lessons for kittens
7.3 Understanding how older cats change
7.4 Kneading
7.5 Burying faeces

MODULE 8: A cat’s the only cat who knows where it’s at
8.1 Body language – tails, whiskers, eyes &
8.2 ears, posture
8.3 Instinctive activity
8.4 Cat calls
8.5 Bringing you their catch
8.6 Napping & playing
8.7 Grooming

MODULE 9: When you’ve had it with your cat – psychiatric challenges
9.1 The ins and outs of litter trays - what works and doesn’t
9.2 Why they soil where you don’t want them to
9.3 How to deal with challenges
9.4 Jumping up
9.5 Shouting

MODULE 10: Cat on a griddle
10.1 Likely reasons for aggression and how to recognise different kinds
10.2 Desensitising
10.3 Separation anxiety
10.4 The impact of environmental stress

MODULE 11: Understanding rabbits
11.1 Body language
11.2 Rabbit noises
11.3 Normal behaviour and what signals a problem
11.4 Chewing
11.5 Marking
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