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UNIQUE PRACTICAL AND ONLINE TRAINING TO SAVE YOUR DOG’S LIFE
AWARD-WINNING FIRST AID TRAINING
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Written by experts for all dog lovers.
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This invaluable guide to first aid for dogs explains step-by-step how to help your pet or any other dog should an accident happen.
You will not find a more comprehensive guide to caring for your pet in an emergency. This bright and informative guide includes allergic reactions, bites and stings, bleeding, broken bones, burns, choking, CPR, drowning, head injuries, hypothermia, heat stroke, improvised muzzles, poisoning, recovery position, seizures, spinal injuries, road traffic accidents, and so much more.
I’ve never seen any first aid for dogs before. I think this is absolutely brilliant!Daniel Priestley
This is an in depth, thorough course for anyone with a four legged friend.
There are many cases I see in practice which if a dog walker/ owner had the knowledge of this course, it would improve the prognosis for the animal and potentially save their life.Elizabeth Orpwood
My very precious little Jasper began to choke!!! It was on the last instruction of how to do the Heimlich manoeuvre on a dog that saved Jasper.
I will forever be grateful to First Aid for Pets for walking me through the steps to save Jasper!Sandra G
First Aid for Pets is an Award Winning Dog First Aid training provider empowering all pet lovers with the skills and confidence to help their pet – in those first vital minutes before you can get to a Vet.
Choking and Breathing Problems
Learn how to help your pet if they are choking, how and when to put them into the recovery position, what to do if they are drowning, when to give rescue breaths
Wounds, Bleeding and Burns
How to dress and bandage a wound, what to do if your dog is burnt, how to prevent your pet getting hurt, how to help if they have an eye injury
Poisoning, Extremes of Temperature and Fitting
Learn what common products can be lethal for your pet, signs and symptoms of different poisons, what to do if they have heat stroke or hypothermia, what to do in the event of a seizure
What To Do if they are Hit by a Car & More
Priorities at the scene of an accident, when and how to move and injured animal, how to recognise signs of shock, how to stop bleeding
The course material has been written by Emma Hammett, Qualified Nurse, First Aid Trainer and founder of First Aid for Life in conjunction with other medical, first aid, animal and veterinary professionals.