Our pets serve as companions, best friends, family members, and many are even trained to be of special service to the blind, the handicapped, or even the police force who need an extra nose to help them find a criminal. Pets (dogs and cats especially) have been with humans for as long as we have been on this planet. We have a symbiotic relationship that is more sophisticated, more evolved, and certainly deeper than any other symbiotic relationship that can be found in nature. Humans and their pets have a special bond that took years to forge and it is one that is difficult to break. We have evolved together for the past several thousand years and our personalities and characteristics could not have formed the way they did had our companions not been at our side all this time.
Given the importance of our relationship with the animals in our lives, and given how much joy and comfort they bring us, taking care of our pets the right way is the least we can do in return.
This lecture is devoted to educating the average pet owner on how to maintain the health of their pets by preventing and treating common diseases and minor ailments.
Sometimes, all that is needed for your pets is a little fresh air, sunshine, exercise, healthy organic food, and of course lots of positive attention. But, some animals are different and some might need more than just that and this is where we come in.
- Lectures 5
- Quizzes 1
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 13
- Assessments Self