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Pet CPR & First Aid Workshop – May 14, 2022
May 14 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm$187.00
Will you know what to do when your animals need you most?
According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), 1-out-of-4 more pets would survive if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to getting emergency veterinary care. We teach over 50 skills to help save your pet.
- Pet CPR & First Aid Program
- Caring for your Senior Pet-izen™
- Dental Care for your Pets
- 40-page Handbook
- 8 x 10 Professional Sealed Certificate of Completion
- Starter First Aid Kit
- Emergency Muzzle for Safety
- Coffee, Bottled Water & Snacks
- and a lot of fun while learning!
** Although no refunds are offered for our seminars, before or after the seminar date,
your tuition is transferable to another seminar within one year of registration.
**Class may be filmed for internal and possible promotional use**
- Emergency Low-Stress Restraint and Muzzling Techniques
- Primary Assessment
- Rescue Breathing
- Canine & Feline CPR
- Choking Management
- Bleeding & Shock Management
- Snout-To-Tail™ Assessment for Injury & Wellness
- Assessing the Pet’s Vitals
- Pet First Aid Kit Contents
- Insect Bites & Strings
- Heat & Cold Injuries
Read how this saved one pet’s life.
A pet parent who loved her little dog decided to take our class and followed up that night by doing her homework assignment of the Snout-To-Tail ™ Assessment. During the Snout-To-Tail™ Assessment, with deliberate intent and purpose, creating a baseline of your pet’s health. We want you to know what is normal for your pet, so you can more quickly recognize what is not normal for your pet. She found mammary tumors growing on her dog. She took her to the vet, who confirmed the diagnosis. Luckily she caught it early enough that treatment was successful. However, the vet did tell her that if she had let that go just another five or six months, the outcome may not have been as good. This simple skill that can take only a few minutes added thousands of minutes to this pet’s life.
When I tell this story in the classroom, some people wonder how she didn’t notice the mammary tumors in the first place. The thing is that she never really put her hands on her dog, from Snout-To-Tail ™, with deliberate intent and purpose, like we teach in the class. She said she would come home from work, make her dog dinner, have dinner herself, her dog would sit on her lap and she would pet it.
–Used with permission from www.PetTech.net
“Beth’s CPR & First Aid Seminar is, without question, the most comprehensive and enjoyable pet care class I’ve ever taken. She uses her own experience as a veterinary technician and dog care facility manger to create meaningful scenarios and experiences that you can apply to your own pets. Beth ensures that every student understands each technique by allowing practice on both stuffed and demonstrations with live dogs, which makes the instruction more memorable. The 8 hour class simply flew by! It was a great value and I will be taking it every year from now on.”