Learn the skills you need to potentially help save your dog or cats life! This course is more than just CPR. Topics covered are splinting broken bones, bandaging wounds, burns, punctures, ingesting toxic substances, choking, vomiting, as well as learning to spot illness by taking your pets temperature, checking for dehydration and anemia.
This is a hands on workshop.
This class is approximately 6 hours.
Location: 3330 S. Price Rd #104 Tempe, AZ 85282
Cost: $100 CEU's: 6
When a person has an emergency, we call 911 and help arrives in minutes. But what if it’s your pet?
Our pets are depending on us to know what to do and to help them in the event of an emergency. When an emergency happens with your pet will you know what to do and be able to provide your pet with the first aid they need to survive?
According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), One out of every four pets would have survived if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to getting emergency veterinary care. Pet First Aid and CPR (taught by Captain Sue Rutledge,) will teach you how to prepare for and recognize a pet emergency and what you can do for your pet in a variety of situations.
This class includes information on:
Hands on training for:
Come and learn what you can do to save your pet.
For those in dog related professions completing this Workshop has been accredited at 6 CEU's by Professional Animal Care Certification Council (PACCC)
This workshop can take 10 students.
If attendance is 4 or lower the workshop will be canceled and you will receive a full refund.
Lunch is not provided. Fast food near by, or bring your own.
Refrigerator and microwave on site.
Please don't bring your personal dog.
This is a human education course not a dog training course.