Caring for Animals in Pet Shops

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This course is suitable for pet shop managers and assistants who are required to provide evidence to their Local Authority Licensing Officer that they know and understand the complexities of working in the pet care/retail/rescue environment. It includes guidance on working successfully with the public, colleagues and management, health and safety essentials and the special and general legal responsibilities expected of those caring for pet animals. 

This course is provided at ‘Level 3’ which means that the work expected is about the standard of an 'A' Level course. It will therefore require a lot of effort for it is ‘proper’ education - not just a question of looking at pictures and ticking a few boxes!

The course is available entirely on-line (although hard copy course notes are provided if required) and within its pages are live hyper-links to many web sites which will provide further information. This research is an important element of ‘proper’ education and supplements the course material. You just click on the links within the course work to open the relevant Internet pages which have been carefully selected by the College to provide sound and helpful information. 


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