THIS COURSE WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO PREPARE, PREVENT AND RESPOND TO AN EMERGENCY INVOLVING YOUR DOG.
This course is based on real-world examples with up to date information coming from across the globe, from various Veterinary and Working dog communities. This is not your average sub-standard pet/dog first aid course.
We don't sugarcoat, fluff or bullshit with what we teach, we give you the hard facts. This is so you are more prepared for the "what if".
Course Contains graphic real-world content!
Duration: 7-8 hours (Start time varies by location)
The course size is limited to: 10 handlers MAX
What to bring: Enclosed footwear, Lunch, Everything else is supplied.
What you receive: Certificate of Attendance and our 80-page colour published dog first aid book!
Dates / Prices: See Booking page
Subjects include, but are not limited to:
Prevention and Risk Management K9PE – dog protective equipment Preparing for an Emergency Basic Dog Anatomy My Dog Has Been Hurt – What Do I Do? (DRsABCDE) Severe Bleeding - Tourniquet (TQ), Wound Packing, Partial / Full Amputations Severe Burns (including fire, chemical, bitumen etc.) If Your Dog is Choking Penetrating Chest Wound CPR – Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Embedded Objects – With or Without Exit Wound Abdominal Injury Crush Injuries Hyperthermia / Hypothermia / Frost Bite Shock Drowning/Near Drowning Seizures Land and Sea Snakes, Funnel Web Spiders, Blue Ringed Octopus and Cone Shell Pressure Immobilization Bandaging Technique Other Bites/Stings (e.g. Bees, Wasps, Spiders, Ants, Jelly Fish, Ticks) Cane Toads Allergic Reaction / Anaphylactic Shock Dental Problems Poisoning (Baiting, ingested chemicals etc.) Abscess Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) Strains and Sprains Smoke Inhalation / Carbon Monoxide Electrocution And so much more...
WARNING - THIS COURSE IS NOT DESIGNED TO REPLACE PROFESSIONAL VETERINARY CARE. THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO HELP GET YOUR CANINE FROM THE POINT OF INJURY TO A VETERINARY CLINIC IN A SAFE AND STABLE MANNER.