CIDBT 4108 The Complete Canine
This course recognise’s that there is so much more to the dog than just what may be observed on the outside. Whether you are a dog owner with a passion for learning or a canine professional, the course is designed to provide a detailed physical study of canine anatomy and physiology, an essential consideration for building a clear picture of the dog as a whole.
Ever wondered what’s going on inside, how normal body functions affect the behaviour responses of the dog, and what possibilities there are for behaviour to be affected when body systems go wrong? The behaviour of the dog is affected by numerous factors including interactions between body systems, nutrition, environmental circumstances, genetics and relationships. This is the course to answer all complex questions pertaining to the physical structure and activity of the canine form.
It all starts with one little cell! The course begins by visiting molecular physiology (the cell) and moves on to a detailed understanding of the ‘working canine body’, regulation and control of all processes and complex interactions between body systems. You are provided a depth of knowledge that will enhance your understanding of canine behaviour and help you work more efficiently with your own dog and/or develop successful training and behaviour programs for clients.
Particular attention is given to systemic anatomy – providing core knowledge on the following body systems:
Understanding how these organs and systems interact and affect the behaviour of the dog, particularly when anomalies arise will provide students with a core depth of clinical knowledge to support an evaluation. Guidance is given on recognising important medical indicators for serious illness or disease.