Taking Care of Man's Best Friend

This Course Is a Must for All Pet Owners and Aspiring Pet Care Professionals!


Don't you need to know the basics of canine nutrition and health if you work with dogs or own dogs? This is essential information you cannot be without, and that your pet, and any dog you work with, needs you to know.

 

Learn all about canine diseases and disorders to recognize their symptoms to know how to respond to your pet and pets in your care.

Understand what requires veterinarian care and how to recognize these issues to know how to properly respond to your pets or pets in your care in the salon, daycare, or overnight boarding. Understand the types of vaccinations and their required schedules to maintain compliance and to keep pets safe.

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Learn such important elements of caring for your best friend as:

  • What terminology you need to know to discuss the energy and nutritional requirements of the dog professionally.

  • The energy requirements for an average dog, a puppy, and a geriatric dog.

  • The energy requirements for active and inactive dogs.

  • Raw materials that every dog needs from a feeding program to lead a healthy life.

  • How you put together a feeding program with the needs of the individual dog in mind.

  • Factors that need to be considered when designing the ideal feeding program.

  • What a balanced diet for a dog.

  • What commercial dog food offers to the dog, as well as table scraps and alternative diets.

  • What illnesses afflict the dog because of inadequate nutrition, and which illnesses can be treated through proper diet.

  • How you address the serious problem of obesity in today's dog.

  • The different problems presented by fleas, ticks, lice, and mites, the external parasites that afflict the dog.

  • How you treat a dog suffering from an infestation by one or more of the external parasites.

  • Which methods of preventing external parasites work best, and why.

  • What worms and protozoans afflict the dog internally.

  • How you treat a dog suffering from one or more internal parasites.

  • Which methods of preventing internal parasites work best, and why.

  • How you recognize the symptoms of a dog infected by external or internal parasites.

  • What the differences between inherited conditions and medical conditions and disorders in dogs.

  • What diseases of the canine skin, eyes, ears, mouth, and teeth are commonly found in dogs, and how do you identify and treat them?

  • Diseases of the canine feet and bones, and other illnesses such as epilepsy, urinary tract problems, and reproductive system disorders and diseases, are common in dogs. How you can identify and treat them.

  • Which diseases may be prevented through a comprehensive vaccination program.

  • What a vaccination program includes.

  • How vaccinations work, and why.

  • Diseases communicable among dogs. 

  • Diseases you catch from your dogs.

  • What diseases your dog catch from external parasites.

Online Pricing Structure

Certificate of Completion 

Receive a Score: Grade: Rank: Level: Title

 

Purchase by the Course (Includes Online Only)

Tuition by the Course: Instructor Driven: $500

Read, Group Discussion, Study Questions, Search and Fetch, Multiple Choice Test by the Course 

The Course takes one month to complete.

Tuition by the Course: Read - Discuss with Instructor and Classmates: $200

Read, Discuss with Instructor and Classmates and Test by the Course

The Course takes one month to complete.

Tuition by the Course: Read and Test Only $100

Express and Take at Your Own Pace $100

Open for 1 Month

 

Purchase by the Course Series (Includes Online Only)

Tuition by the Course Series: Instructor Driven $450

Read, Group Discussion, Study Questions, Search and Fetch, Multiple Choice Test by the Course Series

The Course takes one month to complete.

Tuition by the Course Series

Read, Discuss with Instructor and Classmates and Test by the Course Series $150

The Course takes one month to complete.

Tuition for the Course in a Program

Read and Test Out by the Program

Express and Take at Your Own Pace $80

Open for 1 Month

 

Purchase by the Program (Includes Online Courses and Onsite Courses)

Tuition by the Course in a Program: Instructor Driven $400

Read, Group Discussion, Study Questions, Search and Fetch, Multiple Choice Test by the Program

The Course takes one month to complete.

Tuition for the Course in a Program

Read, Discuss with Instructor and Classmates and Test by the Course $120

Read and Test Out by the Program

The Course takes one month to complete.

Tuition for the Course in a Program

Read and Test Out by the Program

Express and Take at Your Own Pace $60

Open for 1 Month

About Pricing

You can purchase by the Course or purchase by a course series to receive a discount. You can also purchase by the program to receive the most significant savings. A program consists of online and onsite courses. 

If you work with dogs all day, you owe it to yourself and the pets in your care to achieve a specialist level and rank to be the best at caring for man's best friend. 

Onsite Pricing Structure 

Certificate of Completion

Score, Grade, Rank, Level, and Title

6 Clock Hours

  • Take the onsite Course with our Level 4 Specialists in Canine Care and Wellness to receive your Certificate of Completion.

  • Interact with your onsite instructor and classmates to discuss the lessons. 

  • After completing the onsite Course, choose the best online course option for you to achieve your highest certification score, title, and rank. See the Online Pricing listed above. 

Instructor Driven Purchase by the Onsite Course 

Tuition by the Onsite Course - Instructor Driven $299

*Pittsburgh Show Special Includes Online Read and Test Out by the Course Series 

Express and Take at Your Own Pace $60 Value

Open for 1 Month

Your Certification Title and Rank:

  • Level 1 Novice in Canine Care and Wellness

  • Level 2 Master in Canine Care and Wellness

  • Level 3 Expert in Canine Care and Wellness

  • Level 4 Specialist Canine Care and Wellness

Are you interested in teaching, training, and testing in the Nash System?

​To teach the online and onsite courses, you must complete the online and onsite course requirements with a level 4 specialist score and rank.

Course 3 of 6 to complete the Pet Care Professional Certification 

  1. Understanding

  2. Form and Function 

  3. Taking Care

  4. First Aid and CPR

  5. Who's Who

  6. Variations and Creations