Canis familaris Dog

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Canis familaris Dog by Mind Map: Canis familaris  Dog

1. biological data

1.1. temp

1.1.1. New node

1.2. heart rate

1.3. respiration rate

1.4. life span

1.5. body weight

2. senses

2.1. smell

2.2. hearing

2.3. vision

2.4. touch

2.5. taste

3. breeds

3.1. 1. Toys

3.2. 2.Terriers

3.3. 3. Gundogs

3.4. 4. Hounds

3.5. 5. Working dogs

3.6. 6. Utility

3.7. 7. Non sporting

4. evolution

4.1. domestication 50,000yrs ago

4.2. bred for different uses

5. records

5.1. health

5.1.1. medications

5.2. vacinations & worming

5.3. registration

5.4. businesses

5.4.1. consent form

5.4.2. fees estimates

5.4.3. contact details

6. behaviour

6.1. hunting

6.2. body language

6.3. vocalisations

7. breeding

7.1. gestation 63days approx

7.2. puberty, sexual maturity 5 to 24 mths

7.3. oestrus cycle

7.4. mating

7.4.1. "tie"

7.5. pregnancy diagnosis

7.6. litter size 3 \ 8 pups

7.7. weaning 2.5 to 3wks start, weaned by 6wks

8. development

8.1. Neonateal

8.1.1. transitional

8.1.1.1. socialisation

8.1.1.1.1. Juvenile

9. ID

9.1. sex

9.1.1. by external genitalia

9.2. tattoo

9.3. microchip

9.3.1. permanant but need scanner

9.4. tags / collar

9.4.1. can be lost

10. Handling and restraint

10.1. approaching

10.2. chains, leads, collars, harnessess, halti, catch pole

10.3. muzzles

10.4. lifts

10.4.1. small dog

10.4.2. large dog

10.4.3. injured

10.5. removing and placing in cages and pens

10.6. restraining

10.6.1. examination

10.6.2. for iv injection

10.7. administering medication

10.8. weighing

11. desexing

11.1. ear tattoo left ear

11.2. reduces health probs

11.3. easier to manage

11.4. no unwanted puppies

12. digestive system

12.1. teeth

12.1.1. 2 sets, adult and baby

12.1.2. dental hygine

12.1.2.1. diet

12.1.2.2. brushing

12.1.2.3. bones, dental chews

12.1.3. incisors, canines, pre molars, molars

12.1.4. can be used to indicate age

12.2. simple

12.2.1. small caecum

12.2.2. relatively short intestines

13. Nutrition

13.1. feeding hazards to humans

13.1.1. bites

13.1.2. zoonotic diseases

13.1.3. contamination from foods

13.2. requirements

13.2.1. water

13.2.2. protien

13.2.3. vitamins

13.2.4. minerals

13.2.5. fats

13.2.6. carbohydrates

13.2.7. energy

13.3. feeding problems

13.3.1. bloat

13.3.2. fights

13.3.3. choking

13.3.4. food safety

13.3.4.1. use by date

13.3.4.2. correct storage

13.3.4.3. undamaged packaging

13.4. complete and balanced commercial diet is easiest way to ensure nutritional requirements are met.

14. enrichment

14.1. toys

14.2. exercise

14.3. socialisation

14.4. obedience training

14.5. food items and bones

15. Health

15.1. parasites

15.1.1. external

15.1.1.1. fleas

15.1.1.2. mites

15.1.1.3. ?ring worm

15.1.1.4. mange

15.1.2. internal

15.1.2.1. intestinal worms

15.1.2.1.1. tapeworm

15.1.2.1.2. hookworm

15.1.2.1.3. whipworm

15.1.2.1.4. roundworm

15.1.2.2. heart worm

15.2. vacination

15.2.1. parvovirus

15.2.2. hepatitis

15.2.3. distemper

15.2.4. kennel cough complex

15.3. health assessment

15.3.1. signs of distress

15.3.1.1. heart rate

15.3.1.2. respiratory rate

15.3.1.3. vocalising

15.3.1.4. hiding

15.3.1.5. reluctance to move

15.3.1.6. change in normal body temp

15.3.2. signs of disease

15.3.2.1. vomitting

15.3.2.2. diarrhoea

15.3.2.3. temp changes

15.3.2.4. behavioural changes

16. Housing

16.1. kennel design

16.1.1. materials

16.1.2. size

16.1.3. indoor / outdoor / both

16.2. security

16.3. shelter

16.4. temp, ventilation, humidity

16.5. bedding

17. Codes of Practice

18. Transport

19. routine care

19.1. Hygine

19.1.1. Cleaning kennels, runs, pens

19.1.2. cleaning feed and water bowls

19.1.3. bedding changed, washed

19.2. food and water supplied (1 per day)

19.3. exercise

19.4. observed for abnormalities

19.5. preventative treatment / medication

19.6. grooming

19.7. play & socialisation