Our Canine Therapy programmes are a unique blend of biological and therapeutic sciences relating to canines, the way they work, their health, their diseases, how they behave, and what can be done therapeutically to improve their well-being. The courses cover a wide variety of topics such as anatomy and physiology and biomechanics for foundation knowledge as well as more specific modules relating to hydrotherapy and massage therapy, in order to produce rounded therapists.
Why you should study Canine Therapy at WUC...
You will have the opportunity to study a range of subjects - from hands on therapies, to biomechanics and sports medicine - relating to dogs.
You will work with our on-campus facilities including the purpose-built Canine Therapy Centre that includes a hydrotherapy pool and an underwater treadmill.
You will be taught by highly-qualified academic staff, including experienced Veterinary Physiotherapy practitioners and veterinary surgeons.
You will acquire recognised skills in hydrotherapy, and be taught by qualified hydrotherapists and Veterinary Physiotherapists in commercially run sessions to work with real cases.
You will have the opportunity to work towards a professional animal massage qualification.
Our Canine Therapy course enables you to gain a qualification that will enhance your professional opportunities and help you gain all the skills and knowledge required for a rewarding career in the para-professional industry.