Feline Nursing: Dealing with Difficult Cats

The College of Animal WelfareDate: Time: Venue: CAW HuntingdonCourse fee: £125 with early bird promotion (£265)
*The early bird discount is applied at the "Payment" stage of checkout
Lecturer: Sarah Stevenson ->
12Spaces available. Book now As a species, cats can present a variety of challenges in the clinical setting. Have you ever wondered whether the techniques you use are actually the best way to handle cats?

As a species, cats can present a variety of challenges in the clinical setting. Have you ever wondered whether the techniques you use are actually the best way to handle cats?

This course will give you a thorough understanding of the specific needs of cats so you can ensure you are providing the best possible nursing care to your feline patients. You will take a look at:

  • Introducing the concept of 'Feline Friendly Nursing’ and why it is so important for our feline patients
  • Stress reduction in the clinical environment and how we can improve the care we give; ensuring our feline patients feel safe
  • Handling and restraint – looking at feline friendly options for safe restraint for those difficult cats

An interactive session where we will discuss common scenarios and how we can make small changes in practices for a positive, feline friendly outcome.

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