If your dog cut his paw on a hike, would you know how to stop the bleeding? If your cat started choking, would you know what to do? In pet emergency situations, every minute counts. Moore, founder of Four Legged Life.com, is a Pet Tech-certified instructor and an IAABC-certified animal behavior consultant. Choose classes being offered from 1:30-5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, or on Sunday, Oct. 2. Light refreshments will be served. Graduates earn certificates in pet first aid, CPR and safety - a plus for those in the pet care field.
This is a hands-on class - not lecture. Attendees will learn how to care for their injured, ill dogs and cats. Get the opportunity to download an amazing, comprehensive Pet Savers app for under $5 that works on all smart phones - iPhones and Androids.
Class fee is $70 ($45 for second person in same household) and includes all course materials. Each class is limited to 16 students to ensure everyone receives hands-on training. Please, no family pets are permitted.
To sign up, contact Arden@fourleggedlife.com or 760-433-3480. To register online, visit www.fourleggedlife.com/classes-2 and click on the PayPal button for the Pet 1st Aid, CPR and Safety course in the Seattle Classes section. Advanced registration is required. For more information, contact Arden at Arden@fourleggedlife.com.
This hands-on training course will teach you a variety of skills that canbe used to stabilize a pet during an emergency. You will learn Pet CPR, rescue breathing, first aid, restraining and muzzling, choking management, fractures/bleeding protocols, care for heatstroke, frostbite, poisoning, seizures, shock and more. Each student will have their own demo dog andfirst aid supplies to use during class. Upon completion, you will receive:
Wallet Emergency Card
Pet First Aid Certificate
Your "homework" assignment prior to attending these classes: Please email Arden (firstname.lastname@example.org) an attached jpg. photo of your pet(s) by Sept. 29. Identify each pet .