As a cat professional, it is important that all cats in your care are not only physically healthy but behaviourally healthy too – that is free from distress and able to perform the behaviours that in essence, make a cat, a cat.
Our aim is to provide, a comprehensive understanding of what a cat is (eg, its free-ranging behaviour, development, learning capacity, emotional complexity, communicative abilities, relationships with us, to name just a few topics) so that you can fully understand the behavioural needs of the species, and utilise such knowledge to develop the practical skills to improve its well-being.
ISFM Advanced Certificate in Feline Behaviour
A course for veterinarians and veterinary nurses/technicians
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Note: While the course is designed to give the learner an overview of the various problem behaviours can occur in cats, it is not designed to teach you to become a qualified cat behaviourist. However, this course will be of great use for anyone wishing to pursue a career in clinical animal behaviour or for those already qualified, by providing a solid foundation in many aspects of cat behaviour.
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