CCAC
Sunday, December 8, 2019
Topics > Pets/Animals


Aquariums
$39.00 (1 section available)
Are you setting up an aquarium for the first time? So many new things to learn about a subject that seems complicated at first glance but when aquarium set up is broken down into simple steps, the process becomes quite simple. One must consider the amount of time and money that will be spent on fish, their care, equipment and supplies. The type of fish is also a factor as saltwater fish and freshwater fish are quite different in price, temperament and the level of care required. However, maintaining an aquarium takes less time and money than a traditional house pet and can bring many hours of education and pleasure to the entire family.

Care & Massage for the Senior Pet
$39.00 (2 sections available)
Advanced lessons for the senior pet will teach massage techniques to help enhance and restore your pet's quality of life and promote healthy changes in the pet's body. Participants will review basic anatomy and gain a better understanding on the muscular system. Techniques learned will provide you with the skills on how to best assess and scan the pet's body for areas that are stiff and sore; how to modulate your touch to meet the needs of your pet and to learn how to safely manipulate the muscular system to enhance flexibility and suppleness enabling your dog to move more freely and with less pain. Participants should not bring pets to class.

Enriching Our Pets Lives
$39.00 (2 sections available)
It has been said that the majority of our pets' lives are spent waiting for us to get home. How boring! Learn fun and easy ways to enhance your pets' quality of life both in your company and while you're away.

First Aid for Dogs and Cats
$39.00 (2 sections available)
You love your pet. Do you know what to do in an emergency? Learn what to do when your pet is exposed to poison, seizures, fractures, bleeding, burns, choking, and heatstroke; and if your pet is not breathing. Emergency treatment and first aid for pets should never be used as a substitute for veterinary care but it may save your pet's life before you can get your pet to a veterinarian. Do not bring your pet to class.

I've Adopted a Puppy, Now What?
$59.00 (2 sections available)
Learn the basics of puppy care from teething tips to the importance of socialization and everything in between. This course will provide the necessary resources to raise a happy and healthy pup.

Massage for Pets
$39.00 (2 sections available)
Participants will learn to soothe and better manage their pets through the use of special massage techniques. Topics include how to use massage as a training aid, discipline and establishing trust and connection with a pet. Participants will also learn how to prevent some common canine and feline ailments through techniques that increase circulation, and soothe an aging pet's stiff muscles. Solutions for common behavioral and health related problems will be offered. Students will have the opportunity to practice on a canine manikin. Participants should not bring pets to class.

Pet Nutrition With Emphasis on
$39.00 (1 section available)
We've all seen in the news pet food recalls and articles about protein vs grain ingredients for our pets. Learn about the basics of proper nutrition, feeding techniques and food storage for dogs and cats and how it affects their longevity.

So I've Adopted a Kitten, Now
$59.00 (2 sections available)
Learn the basics of kitten care from the litterbox to the vet's office and everything in between. This course will provide the necessary resources to raise a happy and healthy cat.

 
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