Canine First Aid
This seminar is designed to give owners the basic tools of first aid care for their dogs before veterinary care is required and/or administered. Topics include; safety and prevention of illness and/or injury, how to be prepared in the event of incident, what to have in first aid kit, vital signs, handling injured dogs, bandaging techniques, artificial respiration, CPR and the causes, symptoms and treatment of over 15 common illnesses and injuries.
(Note: dogs do not attend this seminar)
** Note: This Is Not A First Aid Instructor Certification Course **
Contact us for more information on Comprehensive Canine First Aid Instructor Certification
Length: approx 6 hrs. Includes Lunch & Refreshments.
Price Per Person: $160 + hst = $180.80
* This seminar is offered upon sufficient interest received. Now taking names for waiting list. *
Waiting List Instructions: Fill out the enrollment form and pick the class or seminar/workshop you would like. In the section where it asks for a start date, type "waiting list" and then submit the form. Once we have sufficient interest, we will contact you accordingly.
"Sylvia, the Emergency Canine First-Aid seminar was so informative and taught me everything I was hoping to learn as a dog owner and as someone who works with dogs on a daily basis. I feel so much more confident if ever I'm in a situation where first-aid is required.
I know how to bandage a dog and what to keep in my canine first-aid kit. I feel better about taking care of my dogs at home in regards to things like diarrhea or allergies for example, and when to know if its time to go to the vet.
I especially liked learning about canine CPR. Its something I've always wanted to learn and knowing what to do makes me feel so much better in case something like that ever needs to happen.
Thanks so much for such great information!!!!!"
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