CANI 199 Canine
Anatomy and Physiology
This is veterinary course structured for canine trainers and
those who are planning to study canine Neuroanatomy, ethology, or animal
science. London school of veterinary
medicine staff teaches this course.
CANI 206 Basic
Canine Medical Management
Basic medical management is an
introductory course for students of all canine relationships and areas. The program teaches students the inception of
vaccinations, nutrition fundamentals, welfare, required grooming, and emergency
techniques regarding bloat and torsion, pancreatitis, basic injuries, and
CANI 214 Olfactory
course is a neurobiology formation class that instructs the biological science
behind a canine’s capability to detect scent. The course is not
elementary. It is a functional anatomy
class with a biology overview and includes airflow dynamics and laminar flow
principals. The student will learn the precise method which a canine processes
an odor from gas to odor sensory neuron with a strong focus on organic detection
CANI 215 Introduction
to Canine Auditory Neurobiology
This course introduces the students to the physiology and
neurobiology of the canine auditory system.
Microsmatic species have highly developed auditory pathways, as
genetically reciprocal to the olfactory pathways. This course allows the student to explore and
understand the hearing capability, as relating to the species and
CANI 217 Medical Trauma Preparedness
This class is
accompanied by a first rate veterinary manual, designed specifically for
working dog teams and trainers in the aspects of dealing with situations of
acute medical need. The class is designed as a survey of treatment, utilizing
the manual as the basis for the survey.
CANI 283 Fundamental
This science course is a prerequisite for behavioral
neurobiology I. This course teaches the
student the basic neurobiology systems: sensory to memory to muscle reaction
pathways. The course focuses strongly
focuses on the areas of the brain responsible for fear and aggression, memory,
and autonomic nervous reactions.
CANI 289 Canine
Emergency Medicine: Field Techniques
The London Hanover University veterinary medical instructors
instruct this course. It teaches the
emergency skills and life saving procedures for canines serving in the
field. The course covers trauma,
emergency surgical processes, as well as general medical procedures, the
program covers equipment and techniques; including modification from the
CANI 311 Biology
of Human Decomposition
This biology course allows the student to carefully follow
the biological events, cellular to macro, of the breakdown and decomposition of
human body components. The course considers two views: internal, biological
events and external gas expression.
CANI 314 Human
Scent and Biology of Stress
This is a biology course based upon both the endocrine
system and volatile organic compounds: The class investigates the organs and
biological components that render what another animal regards as a scent. The class teaches the student both the
sources of scent and the gas exponent of that scent, as well as, the emission
of the gas or liquid from the body.
CANI 317 Environmental
Biology of Scent and Sourcing
This science course instructs the science of scent from an
environmental aspect. It teaches the specifics of what scent’s are, where they
come from, and how the science of nature affects them. The course carefully maps the components of
scent and the physical chemistry, wave dynamics, thermo physics, and biology,
to layer a picture of scent and it’s behavior under specific circumstances.
CANI 318 Olfactory
This class follows Canine Olfactory Neurobiology. This course teaches the olfactory
neurobiology process from the review of the nasal and odorant sensory neuron to
the olfactory bulb: The course teaches
the olfactory neurotransmission as it prepares to regulate biological responses
and carries out the process through specific pathways, canvasing many
neurological nuclei. The student will
learn the resolution of neurological olfactory stimulation throughout the brain
and behavioral memory.
CANI 329 Gas Laws
and Scent Behavior
This science course explains the physical laws that regulate
how gasses react under specified conditions. The course uses chemistry, biology
and physics to teach the calculations and natural recognition of the
behavior. The molecular weights and
distribution conversion rates are also instructed.
CANI 404 Behavioral
This course follows the fundamental neurobiology course and
is the prerequisite to Behavioral Neurobiology II. The program instructs the
student in the basic function on the cellular levels of synaptic function,
receptors, and neurotransmitters. The
course teaches an advanced level of autonomic nervous system reactions:
parasympathetic and sympathetic systems.
The olfactory to sensory behavioral load is also covered in depth.
CANI 409 Behavioral
This course instructs students on the behavioral function of
the endocrine system of both the human and the canine. The course offers a clear insight into the
biological events that transpire during the primary functionality of life: rest
The course explores
the functions of the endocrine system, triggers and modulators, affect on the
motor cortex, effect on the limbic system, effect on memory.
CANI 417 Technical
This course teaches the technical aspects of narcotic
odorants. The course breaks down the
organic chemistry of narcotics, establishing the specific odorant composition,
as well as, the multi chemical basis for the final resultant odor. Following, the course teaches the individual
behaviors of the states odorant components and the over all achievement of the
gas behavior. Gas behavior for environment, vehicle, and building are all
discussed at length.
CANI 501 Cellular
This graduate class reviews the canine olfactory system in
its’ entirety and then instructs the student in the chemistry of neurological,
olfactory sensory neuron synaptic potentiation, as set forth by chemoreceptors
and the chemical gases they receive. A
focus point is made on the genetic structure of the OSN and the receptor
protein formation, as well as the dimer principles of chemoreceptor function.
CANI 502 Chromatography
This science course teaches the student the gas
chromatography involved in gas behaviors of odors (human, narcotic, explosives,
human decay, accelerants, and more): focuses include displacement, affinity,
CANI 503 Human
Scent Chemistry (volatile organic compounds)
This course concentrates the student’s attention to the
precise chemical analysis for human scent composition. The Volatile Organic Compounds, which play
the essential role in communication of olfactory detection, are explored, as
they relate to human composition and gasses that emit from the sources.
CANI 504 Behavioral
This science course follows behavioral neurobiology I. The program instructs students in the
concepts of depolarization of neurons, potentiation, synaptic structure,
amygdalae nuclei and the respective function of fear, hippocampal nuclei and
the support of memory storage, and the direct function of adrenaline, dopamine,
serotonin, and glutamate. The student will be clearly driven by challenges of
visual content and research of topics.
CANI 506 Canine
Anatomy and Physiology
The London Hanover University School of Veterinary Sciences
instructs this class. The class exposes
the student to the biological anatomy of the canine species, including:
neurology, endocrinology, vascular, skeletal, and more. The primary focuses are on the structure of
the head and the respiratory tract.
CANI 507 Behavioral
This class follows Behavioral Endocrinology I. This course teaches the student the primary
function of neuroendocrinology and the specific effects of the endocrine system
on the behavioral nuclei of the thalamus and pituitary glands. A strong focus is placed on the
neuroendocrine integration and the effect the integration plays in memory
aesthetics, learned behaviors, motor operators, and drives.
CANI 531 Canine
The London Hanover School of Medicine teaches this course,
through the department of neurobiology and anatomy. This course explores and
defines the canine Neuroanatomy. The
course is divided into three core platforms: motor system, sensory, and limbic.
CANI 601 Advanced
Explosives Scent Chemistry
This course concentrates on the specific chemical
properties, emitting odorants, found within explosives and explosives
components. The focus is placed on the
chemical picture of the explosive, as an odorant for a microsmatic species. The
volatile organic compounds and inorganic compounds will be reviewed, as is the
chemical engineering of the explosives.
This course does not teach a student how to make explosives. The course
engages the student in the evaluation and exploration of explosives gasses, as
an odorant a canine receives.