Whether you own a pedigree or cross breed, having a well-groomed dog is not only pleasing to look at but benefits the health of your dog. Not to mention the money you’ll save when you don’t have to take your dog to a grooming parlour!
Students are required to bring their own dog along to the course to learn the appropriate grooming techniques.
- Health checks
- Correct bathing and drying techniques
- Correct clipping/scissoring or stripping techniques appropriate to your breed
To book a place or request further information, call us on 01964 553181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
One day. This course runs on a Sunday.
- 13 October 2019
- 3 November 2019
- 8 December 2019
£139 per person.
This program is suitable for the pet dog owner who may wish to progress into commercial grooming.
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Owners are required to bring their own dog, which must be suitable in temperament to be with other dogs within a grooming room situation.
Please note that dogs must be at least six months old to take part in the course.
MSc Applied Animal Behaviour and Training
Our new MSc Applied Animal Behaviour and Training course launches at Riseholme in September... Find out how Sandra, a student at our partner College - Bishop Burton, goton from graduating as Student of the Year to pursuing a career within bovine welfare monitoring.
Q: Tell us about your current role?
A: The MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training from Bishop Burton College gave me the confidence to accept work in bovine welfare monitoring at a DIY artificial insemination course for farmers.
Q: How have the skills you learnt at Bihop Burton College helped within your role?
A: As a result of the experience I gained from the course, I was able to search the literature, critically analyse relevant research, adapt it and fuse it with my veterinary knowledge to design a welfare monitoring programme. In addition, the course also equipped me with the ability to teach farmers about bovine welfare through the medium of PowerPoint.