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Great Intro to the Subject
Many Small Assignments
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would highly recommend this course because she went through the course material thoroughly and answered all of the students questions to the best of her ability. She relates her teachings back to her original job as a veterinarian to help her students to better understand the material she presents.
This course begins with the history of cats and dogs. Then it leads into dog breeds along with common personality traits and diseases in each breed. You'll learn about the American Kennel Association, American Veterinary Medicine Association, and American Animal Hospital Association. She will continue the course into nutritional needs, cats, birds, pocket pets, and so much more.
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Advice for students:
In order to succeed in this course you'll need to study a lot and be prepared for quizzes every Thursday. Listen, ask many questions, and tell a story now and then to the class. To study for this course flashcards and memorization is best. The only material you'll need to know for tests and quizzes is what is being presented on power point. I suggest to read the textbook anyway to better inform yourself about the material presented plus it might help you out inth e short answer questions of the test.