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Veterinary Assistant

Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management

Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management
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Veterinary Assistant

    I. Module 1: Getting Started file

    II. Module 2: Welcome to the Veterinary Hospital file

    III. Module 3: Getting Ready for Your First Visit file

    IV. Module 4: Physiology and Anatomy 1: Directional Signs and the Skeletal System file

    V. Module 5: Physiology and Anatomy 2: The Nervous System, Endocrine System, and Muscles and Joints file

    VI. Module 6: Physiology and Anatomy 3: The Circulatory and Respiratory Systems file

    VII. Module 7: Physiology and Anatomy 4: The Digestive System, Urogenital System, Liver, and Spleen file

    VIII. Module 8: Front Office Duties: Records, Confidentiality, and Client Relations file

    IX. Module 9: More Front Office Tips, and Determining Age and Gender of Kittens and Puppies file

    X. Module 10: Canine Restraint file

    XI. Module 11: Feline and Exotic Restraint file

    XII. Module 12: The Physical Examination: Procedures, Restraint, and Vital Signs file

    XIII. Module 13: Everyday Procedures for the Veterinary Assistant file

    XIV. Module 14: Workplace Hazards and Infection Control file

    XV. Module 15: The Reproductive Cycle and Sterilization Procedures file

    XVI. Module 16: Vaccinology file

    XVII. Module 17: Nutrition Basics and Prescription Foods file

    XVIII. Module 18: Prescriptions: Preparing and Calculating Doses file

    XIX. Module 19: Prescriptions: Types of Medications and What They Do file

    XX. Module 20: Giving Medications file

    XXI. Module 21: The Euthanasia Process file

    XXII. Module 22: Taking Blood Samples file

    XXIII. Module 23: Interpreting Blood Tests and Handling Blood file

    XXIV. Module 24: Urine Collection, Handling, and Interpretation file

    XXV. Module 25: Tests: Serology, Scrapings, Smears, Flotations, and Necropsies file

    XXVI. Module 26: Radiographs and Personal Safety file

    XXVII. Module 27: Radiographic Positioning file

    XXVIII. Module 28: Pain Recognition and Emergency Care file

    XXIX. Module 29: Dentistry: Charting, Tooth Disease, and Dental Care file

    XXX. Module 30: External Parasites: Fleas, Ticks, Mites, and More file

    XXXI. Module 31: Parasites of the Gastrointestinal Tract and Heart file

    XXXII. Module 32: Poisonings in Pets file

    XXXIII. Module 33: Surgery 1: Preparing the Patient file

    XXXIV. Module 34: Surgery 2: Your Role During and After file

    XXXV. Module 35: Understanding Animal Behavior file

    XXXVI. Module 36: The Job Search and Future Opportunities file



Horse Care Management


I.  Horse Care A

A.  Horse Psychology and Handling Horses

                B.  Considerations for Buying and Selling Horses

                C.  Evaluating Conformation in the Horse

                D.  The Digestive System and Basic Principles of Equine Nutrition

                E.  Principles of Pasture Management

                F.  Principles of Proper Grooming

                G.   Industry Applications

II. Horse Care B

                A.  Feeds for Horses

                B.  Stable Management Practices

                C. Bedding and Mucking Out

                D.  Principles of Hoof Care and Shoeing

                E.  Exercise and Conditioning

                F.  Tack and Tack Fitting

                G. Horse Facility Design

III. Horse Care C

                A.  Utilizing Blankets, Bandages and Boots

                B.  Principles of Equine Health Management

                C.  Clipping and Trimming the Competitive Horse

                D.  Transporting and Managing Horses Away from Home

                E.  Organizing and Managing a Horse Event

                F.  Aspects of Operating a Horse Enterprise

You will choose one of the following modules:

IV. Equine Behavior

                A. Introduction to Equine Behavior

                B. How Genetics Influence Behavior

                C. Perception and Response Behavior

                D. Communication and Social Behavior

                E. Sexual and Reproductive Behaviors

                F. Learning Behaviors and Training Methods

                G. Addressing Maladaptive Behavior in Horses

V. Horse Breeding

                A. Fundamental Principles of Horse Breeding

                B. Reproductive Physiology of the Mare

                C. Reproductive Physiology of the Stallion

                D. Breeding Management Practices

                E. Management of the Pregnant Mare

                F. Understanding the Foaling Process

                G. Care of the Newborn Foal

                H. Infertility and Reproductive Disorders





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