Date(s) - 24/03/2019
10:30 am - 1:30 pm
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First Aid for Pets Course – Sunday 24th March, 2019
Would you know what to do if an animal in your care required first aid treatment?
This accredited and veterinary approved course is suitable for the pet professional, those working with animals and pet owners.
It provides you with the basic skills to carry out immediate first aid & save life whilst waiting for Veterinary attention. The course focuses on the dog but touches on some first aid for the cat, rabbit and other small mammals.
Here are just some of the areas included on this veterinary endorsed course:
Carrying out a primary assessment of the animal
Dealing with wounds and controlling haemorrhage
Choking & respiratory obstruction
Recognising substances that are poisonous and immediate action
Dealing with seizures
CPR – Demonstrations and hands-on practical opportunities
The course will be led by Caroline Clark: Caroline has a professional teaching qualification and is an A.B.T.C. Registered Clinical Animal Behaviour Counsellor and full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (A.P.B.C.). She is a fully qualified registered veterinary nurse with over 30 years’ experience in Veterinary practice. She runs a private behaviour clinic, taking referrals from veterinary surgeons throughout the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region and also works as a freelance lead clinical coach in a busy RCVS approved Veterinary Hospital. Caroline has a busy lecturing programme and writes articles for veterinary publications. Caroline also features as an expert on the Channel 5 program – Embarrassing Pets!
Where? RSPCA Leeds, Wakefield & District Branch, Moor Knoll Lane, East Ardsley, WF3 2DX
When? Sunday 24th March, 2019. 10.30am – 1.30pm.
Cost? £55 per person. (includes accredited certificate and PDF course notes)
How to Book? Call: 0113 253 6952
For details of this course please visit the Pet Education and Training Website
Booking is essential