Canine Health And Emergency First Aid
We teach prevention – like knowing which household plants are toxic to your dog and what people medicines they can NEVER have. We cover basic nutrition, exercise and dental care needs, we teach you about digestive emergencies and how to deal with them.
You get to practice making your own Elizabethan collar and emergency muzzle (even the most docile dogs can act aggressively when they’re injured or scared).
We teach you how to handle the scary stuff, like your dog’s heart stops, they have something lodged in their throat and can’t breathe, they’ve gotten into poison, or have had a terrible accident and needs to be stabilized for safe transport to the Vet.
You will learn and practice a number of different hands-on scenarios – so when an emergency happens muscle memory kicks in and you’ll be able to help your dog in their moment of need.
|Dates||May 20th and May 21st|
|Times||6:30 - 8:30 pm|
2830 Old Second Rd North Elmvale
Cheques Made out to Sweet Charity Medical Assistance
- payment due on first day of training
|Outcome||Health and First Aid Manual (130 pages)
|Safety Protocols||● Maximum 8 participants (4 pairs with canine)
● Participants must complete provincial screening tool prior to attending
● Participants must wear mask during outdoor and indoor training sessions
If you are interested, please fill out and submit the form below. Any questions should be submitted via the contact form.