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The Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management includes: Horse Care Management
Veterinary Assistant

Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management

Veterinary Assistant with Horse Care Management
$3,995.00 (USD)
List Price: $4,990.00
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  1. Veterinary Assistant
    1. Getting Started file
    2. Welcome to the Veterinary Hospital file
    3. Getting Ready for Your First Visit file
    4. Physiology and Anatomy 1: Directional Signs and the Skeletal System file
    5. Physiology and Anatomy 2: The Nervous System, Endocrine System, and Muscles and Joints file
    6. Physiology and Anatomy 3: The Circulatory and Respiratory Systems file
    7. Physiology and Anatomy 4: The Digestive System, Urogenital System, Liver, and Spleen file
    8. Front Office Duties: Records, Confidentiality, and Client Relations file
    9. More Front Office Tips, and Determining Age and Gender of Kittens and Puppies file
    10. Canine Restraint file
    11. Feline and Exotic Restraint file
    12. The Physical Examination: Procedures, Restraint, and Vital Signs file
    13. Everyday Procedures for the Veterinary Assistant file
    14. Workplace Hazards and Infection Control file
    15. The Reproductive Cycle and Sterilization Procedures file
    16. Vaccinology file
    17. Nutrition Basics and Prescription Foods file
    18. Prescriptions: Preparing and Calculating Doses file
    19. Prescriptions: Types of Medications and What They Do file
    20. Giving Medications file
    21. The Euthanasia Process file
    22. Taking Blood Samples file
    23. Interpreting Blood Tests and Handling Blood file
    24. Urine Collection, Handling, and Interpretation file
    25. Tests: Serology, Scrapings, Smears, Flotations, and Necropsies file
    26. Radiographs and Personal Safety file
    27. Radiographic Positioning file
    28. Pain Recognition and Emergency Care file
    29. Dentistry: Charting, Tooth Disease, and Dental Care file
    30. External Parasites: Fleas, Ticks, Mites, and More file
    31. Parasites of the Gastrointestinal Tract and Heart file
    32. Poisonings in Pets file
    33. Surgery 1: Preparing the Patient file
    34. Surgery 2: Your Role During and After file
    35. Understanding Animal Behavior file
    36. The Job Search and Future Opportunities file
  2. Horse Care Management
    1. Horse Care I: Equine Husbandry Basics
      1. Domestication/Development of the Horse
      2. Form to Function
      3. Definitions of Movement
      4. Teeth and Age Determination
      5. Feet & Hoof Care
      6. Horsemanship and Equitation
      7. G. Basic Handling of Horses
    2. Horse Care II: Equine Herd Health Management
      1. Review of Disease
      2. Normal Health Parameters & Signs of Disease
      3. Common Infectious Diseases
      4. Parasite Management
      5. Digestive System Disorders
      6. Miscellaneous Diseases
      7. Wound Management and First Aid
    3. Horse Management III: Equine Nutrition
      1. Review of the Horse's Digestive Anatomy & Physiology
      2. Review of the Basic Nutrients
      3. Animal Factors Affecting Nutrition
      4. Feed Factors Affecting Nutrition
      5. Feeding Factors Affecting Nutrition
      6. Feed-Induced Diseases
    4. Horse Training Principles (Option 1)
      1. Introduction to Equine Behavior
      2. Patterns of General Behavior
      3. Social Behavior
      4. Intelligence/Factors Affecting Learning
      5. Foundations in Horsemanship
      6. Principles of Training
    5. Horse Breeding (Option 2)
      1. Basic Principles in Selective Breeding
      2. Reproductive Physiology of the Mare
      3. Reproductive Physiology of the Stallion
      4. Breeding Management of the Mare
      5. Breeding Management of the Stallion
      6. Management of Pregnancy & Parturition
      7. Reproductive Failure
      8. Principles of Artificial Insemination & Embryo Transfer

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Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

3520 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45223 US
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