How It Works

1

Connect With Us

Purchase your class and download the neccessary forms and paperwork.

2

Complete Pre Class Paperwork

COmplete the forms and paperwork provided when you purchased your class and email to the email address provided on the forms.

3

Schedule Your Class

After our staff reviews your paperwork we will contact you (generally within 24-48 hrs) to schedule your class and answer any questions you might have.

4

Learn Pet CPR

Attend your classes and learn Pet CPR from a highly trained and qualified instructor.

5

Receive Your Certification!

After successfully completing your Pet CPR certifications and traing, you will receive your certificate.

F.A.Q.

How many people will be in the course?

We have a maximum of 12 people on our Pet CPR courses. This ensures a comfortable learning environment and the time and space for everyone to get lots of hands on practice.

What do I need to wear on the course?

We recommend you wear comfortable clothing (not skirts or dresses) to participate in the practical elements of our training. You will also be asked to remove your shoes, so you might want to wear your best socks.

Do you use real dogs and cats in the course?

We use a specially designed dog first aid manikin named Buddy and a cat manikin named Kitty. Buddy and Kitty are essential to our course as they allow you to safely practice your CPR skills so you are prepared if the worst happens with your own pet.

Where does the course take place?

The course will be held at our Fort Lauderdale location. This location is not open to the public. We only use this location to provide Pet CPR and Human CPR training.

Can I bring my pet along to the course?

No, (as much as we would love to meet them) our venue is not set up for your pets to attend with you. We do encourage you to set aside some time with your pet when you get home to try out some of your new skills.

Or, we can come to you…if you would prefer to have your pet with you on the course, we can run a Pet CPR course from your home with a small group of friends or colleagues and we would be delighted to have your pets present.

What preventitive techniques are taught besides CPR?

The course is 3 hours and covers how to care for an unconscious pet whether they are breathing or not breathing, as well as commonly occurring injuries and illnesses including choking, bleeding, fitting, poisoning and much more.