For pet professionals, learning Pet First Aid & CPR will help you keep your dogs safe, attract clients, and gain the skills and confidence needed for handling emergencies. If you are a pet parent, learning how to assess and respond to emergencies will help you care for your pets, in potentially life-threatening situations. Who else benefits from Pet First Aid & CPR training?


Dog sitters, dog walkers, trainers, and pet parents.


Doggie daycare staff, animal shelter groups, and rescue group volunteers.


Animal shelters, animal shelter groups, and non-profits.

Would you know what to do if your dog suddenly choked on a bone? If your pet ate a toxic substance, like chocolate? Do you have a plan for your pet in the event you need to evacuate your family from your home? These topics, and many more, will be discussed in our Pet First Aid & CPR course, as we discuss how to apply these techniques when caring for dogs and cats. This comprehensive program is ideal for pet owners, as well as anyone working in an occupation that requires pet supervision or services. Students receive a completion certificate at the conclusion of the course.

Topics include:

  • Approaching and restraining an injured animal

  • Checking vitals

  • Treating serious bleeding and shock

  • Care for injuries and wounds

  • Medical emergencies

  • Environmental emergencies (animal bites, snake bites, ticks and more)

  • Common Pet Illness and Conditions

  • Pet First Aid & CPR

Pet First Aid & CPR
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Pet First Aid & CPR
Location is TBD
Pet First Aid & CPR
Location is TBD
Pet First Aid & CPR
Location is TBD

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