From animal welfare to veterinary medicine, veterinary medicine and veterinary science, canine humane schools offer courses designed to make learning more effective and help improve the quality of your life.
They are the brainchild of a pair of Australian veterinary doctors, who were inspired by the success of their students in learning how to read and write.
“It’s about the best of humanity,” Dr Daniel Stapleton, a veterinary veterinary surgeon from Adelaide, told ABC News.
Dr Daniel says his students were able to read the newspaper and write about their experiences.
“They were so good at that.
They were just brilliant,” he said.
Dr Stapelton’s students were inspired to take up canine humane studies after witnessing their students being bullied in a local park.
They took to the internet to share their experience, which they hoped would change the way their community viewed dogs and their behaviour.
The online community The group of dog owners were inspired, and a video of their experiences went viral.
It is now shared on a number of social media sites, and Dr Stapeleton says his videos have become a huge hit.
“The community is very supportive of us,” he told ABC Radio Adelaide.
‘They’re doing well’ Dr Stappleton said his students had received a high grade for their behaviour and were happy with their results. “
In terms of their grades, they’re doing quite well.”
‘They’re doing well’ Dr Stappleton said his students had received a high grade for their behaviour and were happy with their results.
“We’ve got good results out of them, they’ve got a high GPA, they are doing well,” he added.
“Our students are the best out of all of us.”
Dr Strapleton and his students are hoping to raise more money through their own charity, to fund their next project.
“One of the things that we’re working on is going to be a charity, so we can fund it with dogs,” he explained.
“This is one of those things where we can make a big difference in their lives.”
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