The UK is famous for being a nation of animal-lovers. Animals and wildlife are all around us and there is a growing emphasis on the need to protect and preserve our environment.

Work in this sector is hard and the competition for jobs can be fierce, but for dedicated individuals the rewards can be very worthwhile. You won't get rich working in this sector, but you can be sure that you will be giving something back to nature, whether you are working indoors or out.

It is important in the current climate that you are qualified in your chosen field. Below are just a few courses available in this field. 

Just some of the Animal Studies Courses available:

Animal Behaviour
Marine Studies Intermediate (II)
Animal Breeding For Beginners
Animal Feed & Nutrition (Animal Husbandry III)
Animal Management
Equine Behaviour
Natural Health Care for Animals
Calf Rearing
Pet Care
Animal Health (Animal Husbandry II)
Animal Health Care For Beginners
Beef Cattle Management
Dairy Cattle Management
Horse Care Intermediate (II)
Ornithology For Beginners
Pig Management
Sheep Management
Zoo Keeping
Horse Care Advanced (III)
Horse Care Basics (I)
Dog Care
Animal Anatomy And Physiology (Animal Husbandry I )
Biochemistry – Animal Processes (III)
Biochemistry of Plants & Animals (II)
Cat Psychology and Training
Dog Psychology and Training
Herpetology (Reptiles & Amphibians)
Managing Poultry
Diagnosing Animal Diseases


Certificate
Certificate in Animal Health
Certificate in Equine Husbandry
Certificate in Pet Grooming
Certificate in Zoo Keeping
Certificate in Animal Husbandry
Certificate in Companion Animal Studies
Advanced Certificate
Advanced Certificate in Applied Management (Horses)
Advanced Certificate in Applied Animal Science
Advanced Certificate in Zoo Keeping

Diploma
Diploma in Pet Grooming
Diploma in Animal Management
Associate Diploma
Associate Diploma In Equine Studies
Advanced Diploma
Advanced Diploma In Agriculture – Animal Husbandry

We are your local wildlife rescue and without your support we would not be able to do the work we do. Last year we treated and cared for over 1600 feathered, furred or scaled creatures. 

 

Hedgehogs are very useful visitors to any garden. They eat slugs, beetles, caterpillars and a variety of other cute creepy crawlies, in fact, everything that makes holes in your plants will probably be the prey of these spiky fellows, making them a must have in any garden.

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