Would you know what to do if your dog…Choked on a piece of food? Ate something poisonous? Severely cut his paw? Collapsed and his heart stopped? Was hit by a car? Lost an eyeball in a dog fight?
DOGSAFE® Canine First Aid 101
Certification Course, Continuing Education Credits Approved by: CCPDT (7), IACP, (7) and IAABC
Hours: Typically 7 hours
Maximum: 10 students
Minimum Age: 12 yrs/10 yrs if parent also enrolled
A comprehensive full day course designed to teach responsible dog owners and dog professionals the knowledge and skills to respond to a sick or injured dog until veterinary care is available, and to help you determine if veterinary care is required. The topics are covered in-depth so that students have a thorough understanding of the principles of canine first aid. Since this is a very comprehensive course, we need your full attention and dogs do not come to class.
You’ll learn how to:
Our training tools include canine resuscitation manikins, plush demo dogs, bandages, first aid kits, even fake guts, eyeballs and more. The class also includes the Dogsafe® 101 manual, “Dogsafe: Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know in an Emergency by Michelle Sevigny,” (118 pages, 56 real-life photographs, comprehensive and veterinary reviewed).
Upon Graduation, You’ll Receive:
Upon successful completion, you will be granted a frame-ready 8 1/2″ x 11″ certificate that you can be proud of! The Dogsafe® name is recognized and respected as the leader in canine first aid and safety training and you’ll be able to proudly display the Dogsafe® Certified logo to your clients, on your company website, brochures and business cards. Dog professionals will also be listed on the Dogsafe® ‘Find a Certified Dog Professional’ webpage, at Dogsafe.ca.