Stretching and mobility Practical class August 2009 Basic anatomy Richard Payne comparing canine and equine skeletons. Hands-on basic anatomy Students getting close-up study of skeletal anatomy Dissections aid learning Wet dissections are important teaching aids. Classroom canine anatomy Richard Payne discussing canine anatomy Classroom canine anatomy (2) Students comparing notes on canine anatomy Greyhound surface anatomy Richard Payne demonstrating surface anatomy Canine surface anatomy Getting acquainted and learning Dr Mike Targett Mike in full flow during a neurology lecture Dr David Somerville Lecturing on sensory neurology Patient patients CEPT hires in agility dogs for teaching. Pole work Active participation by students. Dr Mike Targett MRCVS Neurology practical Dr Mike Targett MRCVS Neurology practical Friendly surface anatomy Greyhounds make ideal subjects Richard Payne MRCVS Demo of canine surface anatomy Basic histology A microscope session links theory with reality Microscope view A view of muscle down the microscope November dissections Wet dissections are an important feature of the course Course mascot Ben Complete with ball!