Due to current natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic we have reduced the number of classes we offer as all of our trainers are first responders. We are currently booked through March of 2022. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the latest schedule updates. Thank you for your understanding.
Pet CPR for Professionals
If you work in the industry as a pet-walker or pet groomer, this is a great way to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in pet first aid to enhance your authority and encourage new and potential clients to feel confident trusting their pets to your care. All participants are awarded an Emergency First Aid for Pet’s Certificate, an accompanying first aid manual and pet face shield. Pet first aid kits are available to purchase on the day you start your training.
This course is designed to give you the theoretical knowledge to help your pet or any other pet should an accident happen. The course is ideal for those working with pets and pet owners to gain the skills and confidence to help in an emergency until veterinary support is available. You will learn vital skills such as recognizing when there is something seriously wrong. Learn how to take a pet’s pulse and give CPR if necessary, recognition and treatment for common First Aid emergencies, including bleeding, choking, poisoning and if they were hit by a car. The course consists of illustrated step by step directions, flow charts, diagrams, videos and test yourself sections fully compatible with all computers and mobile devices. You will be able to stop and start as often as you like and print your Certificate on completion. You have continuous access for 12 months.
Serving Our Best Friends
The Benefits of Quality CPR & Preventitive Care
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.
Lifesaving CPR Instruction
Most of us are probably familiar with Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in regards to humans. We may have learned about it in a middle school first-aid course or seen it on a television show. However, an accident and emergency that affects the family pet may require a pet parent to perform Pet CPR on their Furry Friend.
Post Trauma Care
The course is 1 hour long and covers how to care for your pet after a truma incident. Feeding techniques, wound care managment, pain management, and how to provide a comfortable environment for your Furry Friend as they are recovering.