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Dog Massage Training Course
The dog massage training course curriculum includes look at canine anatomy, the parts of a dog’s body, how the normal dog body functions and moves.
The course also focuses on canine physiology and how it is affected by various conditions.
This six-month course is fully-accredited as a continued professional development course of education. The successful completion of the course counts for a total of 60 hours CPD. In addition, the tutors have developed two books to give students all the necessary information. Both ebooks are provided for free upon course enrolment. Volunteering with Animals and Working with Animals consist of nearly 600 pages of professional analyses, experience and knowledge coming directly from our licensed staff.
The Canine Massage Diploma Course consists of six distinct modules, each one focusing on a specific sub-niche within the discipline.
Students will learn the basics of canine anatomy and physiology. A good understanding of these two topics is of utmost importance for anyone wishing to become a canine massage specialist.
During the second module of the dog massage training course, the students will explore further canine body systems. Digestion, respiration, brain, structure, muscles, blood circulation, joints and tendons are studied during the second part of the anatomy and physiology course.
The third module of the Canine Massage Diploma Course focuses on the individual special needs of dogs Puppies and working/performance dogs are the other focus of the third module. Young dogs have smaller bodies and their systems are not yet fully-developed. This is why our team of experienced professionals puts extreme emphasis on massage specifics for puppies.
This fourth stage of the course will take a detailed look at the ways different injuries influence the canine system. The treatments needed for each injury type and condition are explained. Students cover dealing with neurological conditions and joint disease, orthopedic issues, skin problems and other illnesses.
People who enrol into the course will need to learn and practice the different massage techniques and types in order to work alongside vets with medical and physiological conditions, which means that they need to have profound theoretical background and skills. Knowing the right technique for a respective massage will have a serious impact on dog health. This module will focus on the different massage types and most common techniques that all professionals in the field should be familiar with.
Client care is just one aspect of being a massage therapist. Such professionals will also have to deal with administrative and organisational tasks. The final module of the course focuses on legal issues, responsibilities and communication with pet owners.
(Course cost is all inclusive of tutoring fees, assessments, materials and course registration)
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