We’ve partnered with international e-learning company, Holly & Hugo, to save you 84% off a range of accredited Online Pet Care Training Courses, covering 25 pet-related topics including:
Puppy & New Dog Training
Dog Behavior & Training
Dog Socialization & Obedience Masterclass
Pet First Aid
Veterinary Support Assistant
Care of Senior Pets
A Vet in the making
Accreditation: Holly and Hugo courses are accredited by ICOES, the International Council for Online Educational Standards, www.icoes.org. Holly & Hugo is also a recognized member of the CPD Certification Service. CPD accredited courses will count towards CPD hour records.
If you'd like to check out the full Course Catalog see the link at the end of this article.
Never again misread animal signs and signals. Get inside their head to learn what truly makes them tick.
Understand what’s normal behavior and how to respond to what’s not.
Build a better relationship by understanding why dogs chase their tails or cats nap.
CARE OF THE SENIOR PET
Keep your pet healthy and happy for as long as possible through diet, exercise and pain relief.
Strengthen the bond with your pet by fully understanding the changing needs of a senior animal.
You are what you eat - so make sure your pet’s food is healthy and nutritious.
Gain an understanding of the digestion and nutritional needs of pets when they are well, ill, old or pregnant.
Make informed choices in weighing up Pros & Cons of branded pet food vs supermarket brands vs home-made.
Learn the right nutritional balance for your dog / pet, along with what are ‘treats’ and what should be avoided. You’ll know your pet is tucking into a healthy diet as his coat will shine, his nose will be wet and he’ll have loads of energy!
PET FIRST AID & CPR
Pet Parents: Be able to act quickly if your pet is injured, poisoned or stung so she’s out of pain or danger faster!
Pet Service Providers: Give your clients the reassurance of showing them you’ve passed a certified course to carry out essential first aid and know how to resuscitate animals with CPR!
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ULTIMATE GUIDE TO DOG GROOMING
Learn to spot the early signs of different skin, eye, ears and teeth complaints.
Build a closer bond through regular contact while keeping his coat healthy and shiny.
Broaden your knowledge to keep your pet healthy, happy and looking gorgeous.
DOG BEHAVIOR & TRAINING
Build a closer bond while boosting your dog’s mental and physical well-being through fun training exercises that you can both enjoy.
Enjoy living with a happy dog by training him with rewards, not punishment.
Everything you need to know to start a successful career in dog walking.
Understand how to keep dogs safe through reading body language, stopping fights before they start.
From naming your business to setting up advertising, we guide you through the process of starting, and running, a thriving business.
A VET IN THE MAKING
Make sure a veterinary career is right for you before you start years of study and training.
Jump-start your career in Veterinary health with this intro course to Animal Psychology, Physiology, and Care. Perfect for animal lovers who are thinking about transitioning into a career in animal health!
DOG SOCIALIZATION AND OBEDIENCE MASTERCLASS
Develop a stronger bond with your dog by fully understanding him.
Learn why dogs behave the way they do and how to train them correctly.
Build trust and correct behaviours by learning to read your dog's mind and what it means when he acts in a certain way.
MARKET YOUR BUSINESS
Learn how to promote your animal business, build your brand, and attract the right customers.
Learn about social media, online marketing, PR and more.
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