The educational objective of the course is to provide the student with the knowledge of the set of principles, rules and habits that every veterinarian must observe and which must inspire him in the exercise of the profession, understanding the economic and emotional context in which he operates. (1.7 Day One Competences). The student will acquire the theoretical-practical contents of what are the prerogatives related to the human-animal relationship and the positive and negative effects that this can determine. These skills related to the canine species will serve to prevent and to know how to evaluate situations of abuse and to prevent accidents related to coexistence with this species. The student will also acquire the skills to study animal welfare through the evaluation of the relationship between breeding, behavior and metabolic parameters. Particular attention will be paid in the course of teaching pets whether they live in a family context or inside kennels and animals inside circuses. A further goal is to give the student the ability to understand the veterinarian''''s ethical and legal responsibilities in relation to the animals under his care, the environment, customers, policies and society (1.1 Day One Competences). Will acquire the ability to apply the principles of risk management to veterinary practice (1.3 Day One Competences). You will acquire the ability to communicate effectively with clients, the public, professional colleagues and responsible authorities, using appropriate language and in full respect of confidentiality and privacy (1.4 Day One Competences). The aim of the course is to provide the ability to contribute to the advancement of veterinary knowledge and the concept of One Healt in order to improve animal health and welfare, the quality of care and prevention and public health. (1.10 Day One Competences) The course will propose expert assessments on the various topics of the lessons, stimulating the student''''s curiosity to investigate further.