If the worst were to happen, would you know what to do to protect an animal’s life? Do you think you could act quickly, and safely, thinking on the spot to provide immediate attention? Our brand-new training workshop on 9th January could be just the thing you need.
Give your furry friends essential support
Whether they’ve been involved in an accident or suddenly become very sick, knowing how to treat an animal - exactly when they need it - could save their lives. Not just that but by knowing pet first aid, you can have extra peace of mind that you’d be able to take action in emergency situations and could reduce pain and improve outcomes before medical care is given.
If you’re thinking about becoming a dog handler, knowing animal first aid is also essential. After all, it’s a great way to demonstrate your knowledge, skills and expertise and will help dog owners to feel more confident in trusting you to look after their pets.
Act quickly and safely
Our first aid course isn’t just focused on dogs though. You’ll also learn how to conduct CPR on cats and find out how to treat bleeds and breaks, identify if an animal has been poisoned as well as how to spot common illnesses.
We’ll also give you everything you need to keep the animal, yourself and anyone else around you safe in an emergency situation.
This accredited course costs just £55 and lasts 4 hours. We’re even giving you the chance to book onto the Canine Body Language course, which will run on the 8th January, for a discounted price. It’s suitable for anyone who owns a dog or those who work with animals and want to improve their professional skills.