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Dog First Aid Course - March 2020

21st March 2020 from 10am to 1pm

Education Centre, Leicester Animal Aid

Would you know what to do if your dog was injured whilst you were out for a walk? Those few minutes after an accident can make all the difference, until you can get your dog to the Vets.

Run by Animal Aiders, the LAA Dog First Aid course is a 3 hour session which covers everything you need to know about first aid for dogs, including practical sessions on bandaging and CPR.

The course offers:

  • Up to date techniques taught by a Veterinary Professional
  • High quality replica dogs to practice bandaging on
  • A 'resusci-dog' to practice canine CPR
  • Samples of first aid equipment to practice with
  • Comprehensive course booklet to take home
  • Certificate of Attendance

This course aims to support the Kennel Club Accreditation Scheme for Instructors in Dog Training and Canine Behaviour (module A2 element vi). Delivered in an easily understandable style, the course is suitable for pet dog owners as well as those who work with dogs (groomers and walkers etc).

The Animal Aiders dog First Aid Course and Booklet covers:

  • Basic Health Signs: Wounds, Burns, Bleeding and Shock; Limbs; Skin Conditions; Respiratory Problems; Resuscitation; Stomach Conditions; Epilepsy; Eye injuries.
  • First Aid Situations: Road Traffic Collision; Electrocution; Chemical Poisoning; Ingested Poisoning; Animal Fight; Animal Drowning; Heat Stroke.

The cost of the course is £35 which includes a donation to the work of LAA.

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