ANHL 105 Fundamentals of Animal Health Technology
Description: This course is for students enrolled in the fall semester of their first year in the Animal Health Technology Program. This introductory Lecture course defines the role of the Animal Health Technician in private veterinary practice, research institutions, regulatory agencies and zoos. Topics covered include basic animal care and management, feeding, species identifications, behavior, handling skills, animal restraint, sanitation, personal hygiene, medicating, zoonotic disease risk factors, animal nursing skills, instruments and equipment, terminology, veterinary practice ethics and legal responsibilities.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Animal Health Technology - Associate in Science