Intro & Module Activities


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Module Activities

You will be using this module activities booklet to complete the practice activities for submission.

Unless indicated otherwise by your teacher, use the rubric that follows the activities.

Instructions: Download the Module 4 Booklet

  1. Open the Module 4 Booklet  that contains your practice activities.
  2. Save the completed PDF document to your course folder. You will be using this booklet to complete all the practice activities in this module.

At the end of the module, you will upload your completed module booklet  (HINT: see the Activities video if you need a refresher on how to use the upload tool.)


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Overview

The type of contact between people and animals has a strong influence on animal welfare. Cats and dogs can perceive a negative interaction or handling experience fearfully. When pets are fearful, their stress responses increase and their well-being is reduced. They can also behave in ways that can harm humans. 

As you explore this module keep in mind the following questions:

  1. How can we reduce stress and risks when handling cats and dogs?
  2. How do recommended guidelines compare to your own experiences with handling animals?

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Module Objectives

By successfully completing this module you will:

  • Identify the behavioural signs of fear, stress, and anxiety in dogs and cats (Activity 4.1).
  • Identify the needs of dogs and cats beyond food, water, and shelter (Activity 4.2).
  • Reflect on humane handling, transport, and the behavioural needs of dogs and cats (Activity 4.3).

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Estimated Time Required

It is estimated it will take you approximately 2-4 hours to complete this module.

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