Focus on Exotic Behaviour Issues
9 South Gyle Crescent
When exotic pets display problematic behaviour, they may be kept confined in barren cages, so as to prevent further injury to the owner and their family. This, of course, causes further problematic behaviour and may even lead to medical issues.
Fortunately, informed advice, training, and even behavioural referral is available for exotic species! The first step, of course, is to join us on an in depth day on exotic behaviour issues – you’ll be glad you did!
The aim of this full day CPD is to give candidates up to date knowledge on the following topics.
– The natural behaviour of the rabbit, domestic rodent, reptile and parrot.
– Behavioural first aid and caring for your rabbit, domestic rodent, reptile and parrot behavioural needs within the domestic environment.