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Myths and Facts about Rescued Animals

All animal life is precious. However, unfortunately, not all animals get treated the right way and that could cause them a lot of pain and trauma, not to mention, it could also potentially threaten the safety of their lives. While most people choose to buy pets, there are rescues that are overflowing in shelters because nobody wants them. Giving one of them a forever home is something that could really help turn their lives around. That said there are a lot of myths that surround adopting rescued animals that could deter people from actually giving them the home they deserve. Here are some common myths busted so that you can pick your furry friend with the right information.

Myth: Rescue animals are dangerous.
Reality: Some animals have behavioural issues, but rescue centres won’t rehome dangerous animals.Rescue centres have a duty to rehome safe and healthy animals. Not only do they get a full check-up at the vets, their behaviour will be assessed by experts with experience and knowledge of specific breed traits. They’ll spend time with the animal, finding out what they’re like and what sort of home, lifestyle and environment would suit them. They’ll decide whether they can live with other pets, and if they’re good with children of different ages.

Myth: Animal charities get the most donations.
Reality: Donations given to human charities dwarf those given to animal charities. While it’s true that animal welfare is a top cause people donate to, it doesn’t get the most money. The CAF UK Giving Report stated 25% of UK adults had given to animal welfare causes in the last four weeks. Over the entire year of 2016, those causes only got 7% of the total donation amount.

Myth: All rescue animals are old, mixed breeds or have medical issues.
Reality: Rescue centres have all kinds of animals. Some people believe animals wouldn’t end up in shelters unless there was something wrong with them. That’s not the case. Rescue centres are full of wonderful family pets, and it’s possible to rescue puppies or kittens too. It might take longer to find your favourite breed, but it’s possible. Rescue centres can’t predict what’s going to come through their gates, but you’ll often find a mix of pure and cross breeds.

Myth: Adopting is too expensive.
Reality: It’s generally cheaper than buying a non-rescue. Before animals are put up for adoption, they’ll be given a check-up and should come with a clean bill of health. This could include worming, flea treatment, vaccinations and neutering. You could end up saving quite a bit of money. Adoption fees are usually much less than you’d pay a breeder too, especially for pure breeds.

So what else can you do to make sure that you treat the rescued animals right and provide for them? Perhaps you could learn about animal care and if you are keen enough, you could actually turn your passion into a successful career too.

Advanced Diploma in Animal Care and Business – Level 3

This advanced course in Animal Care and Business – Level 3 is the perfect course for individuals dreaming of a business in animal care. Starting up a business is no small task, which is why 1Training has taken up the responsibility to guide you on how to set up a business that will successfully thrive within the animal care industry. All you need to enroll in this course is a recognised qualification at Level 2 or above in a related disciple.

To start up a business, it is important you have an idea on the whole industry and what is expected of you. Therefore, this course will first take you through the animal care industry as a whole, along with an insight into the roles, duties and responsibilities of an animal carer. You will then be enlightened on what it takes to build a successful business, from proper planning to the execution.

Next up, this course will get you into terms with the various affordable marketing and promotional techniques to help you market your business both online and offline. You will also be demonstrated on how to build a website for your business to increase your scope and on how to establish a strong reputation to win the trust and loyalty of the customers. By the time you are done with this course, you will be on your way to successfully establish your own business within the animal care industry.

Once you successfully completed the Advanced Diploma in Animal Care and Business you can have a career in animal care. If you are interested in working in animal shelters, owning animals or volunteering with animals, this certification will give you a starting point to further your career path. Animal care workers who are in pursuit of a promotion will also find this course highly useful.

  • Pet Care Pro
  • Pet Care Associate
  • Pet Care Attendant
  • Pet Care Specialist

Others jobs you can get

  • Pet Sitter
  • Pet Groomer
  • Dog Walker
  • Pet Care Assistant

Diploma in Essential Cat and Kitten Care – Level 3

Although the idea of adopting a cat might sound like a nice idea, one has to really know how to groom and care for them to ensure their health and longevity. Therefore, South London College has introduced this Diploma in Cat and Kitten care- Level 3 to help you adequately care for your pet cats and kittens to ensure a loving and long lasting relationship with them. This program is mainly aimed at pet owners and pet sitters. However, professionals in the veterinary and animal care industry might also find this course worthwhile, provided they have a recognised qualification at level 2 or above in a related disciple to get started with this course.

This in-depth course will start off by advising you to choose your cat or kitten properly. The cat you choose should be healthy and active, so that you can take measures to maintain their health and other physical and emotional needs.

The cat your chose will not only need food. It will also need proper grooming, regular veterinary visits and specifically your affection and attention to lead a quality life. Therefore this course will also touch on these topics to further strengthen your knowledge on cat and kitten care, followed up by modules that will cover the communicating aspects of cat care to help you form a strong bond with them. This comprehensive course will also provide you insights into the behaviours of cats to understand what they mean and to treat them accordingly.

This Level 3 diploma in essential cat and kitten care might be the jumpstart you needed to embark on a successful career in cat care. You can also use this diploma to boost your existing expertise and to win job promotions and salary increments from your organisation or you can also use this diploma to pursue higher studies in cat care or other related field. Following are some of the job positions you can get with this diploma,

  • Veterinary
  • Veterinary assistant
  • Cat caretaker
  • Animal care specialist
  • Cat care assistant

Other jobs you can get

  • Veterinary nurse
  • General physician
  • Cat care program coordinator

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