The Metal-less Horse
Understanding the Long-term Effects of Metal on Horses
In this extensive, certificate class you will learn of the detriment of the use of shoes on the hoof and bits in the mouth that effect the long-term health of the horse. The goal of this course is to have the student gain an understanding of how the equine hoof and mouth function and how this relates to the overall health and well-being of the equine.
Coursework includes the use of books, audio and video presentations and a certificate of completion will be issued when the class is sucessfully completed.
This class may be taken for 50 learning units of continuing education credit and a certificate of completion.
Enroll with payment plan
***PLEASE NOTE*** This course is provided on a payment plan with a drip schedule of content released after each payment is received.
Please Note: A computer (or laptop) and a basic technical knowledge of working online is required for our classes and courses. The longer audios in our classes will not download on to a mobile device.
As in most educational courses, you will be required to purchase books and/or DVDs in addition to the course/module fee. Each class has its own required text book reading as well as essays or projects that are used to determine a passing grade before the student can proceed to the next class.
The cost of these materials will vary with each class module. As you enter other classes the costs may drop or rise depending on the class as you will have some of the materials from previous class modules now in your possession.
Online Course Refund Policy
Potential students should carefully review our class and certification course outlines prior to enrolling. If you have any questions about the suitability of the content and whether our programs are for you, please e-mail us through our contact form during normal business hours 10:00 am to 6:00 pm MT Monday through Friday.
Due to the nature of online content, we cannot issue refunds for our classes or courses once a username and password have been issued.
The American Council of Animal Naturopathy is privately owned and operated, not government-funded.
NOTE: Even though the American Council of Animal Naturopathy is a privately owned and operated entity, we still uphold the first amendment in respecting and protecting the religious liberty rights of our instructors and students of all faiths or none. You may find statements within the books, articles, audios or videos within the class work that speak of personal spiritual beliefs of the author or speaker.
A.C.A.N. Certified Animal Naturopaths, Animal Health Coaches and practitioners certified in animal naturopathy or nutrition do not provide medical diagnosis, prescribe medications or perform surgical procedures. A.C.A.N. expects Certified Animal Naturopaths and those certified in animal naturopathy only provide the professional services set out in the Scope of Practice and strictly adhere to the Code of Ethics identified on this website. A.C.A.N. cannot be held responsible for anyone not acting within the Scope of Practice or not adhering to the Code of Ethics herein.