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Cats and dogs rely upon us for more than food and shelter. How we treat them has a huge impact on their well-being. It’s vital that caregivers understand dog and cat body language, how to train them and provide for their behavioural needs, and transport them safely. Using appropriate techniques and ensuring that we provide the necessary physical conditions that ensure a cat or dogs’ comfort and safety are a good start. Doing so can help ensure the safety of both you and your pet.

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Activity 4.3 – Reflection

Take a few minutes and reflect on what you have learned in this module. In the Module 4 booklet, answer the following questions: What are the warning signs of a cat or dog showing stress and how would you respond? What are some measures you should take to minimize the risks and hazards of handling animals? What do you need to consider in order to safely transport a dog or cat?


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