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Zoom Dog First Aid Course - Sun 25th April

25th April 2021 from 6.30pm - 9pm

Zoom Live Video Conference

Our popular First Aid courses have moved online to Zoom!  

The online Zoom course is taught by an experienced and knowledgeable Registered Vet Nurse together with an Animal Aiders Trainer. The course lasts approximately 2 hours 30 minutes with an additional 30 minutes of bandaging practice to be completed after the course and a short quiz.

Before the course you will be sent a course booklet and a set of bandages.  After the course you will be able to have a go yourself at home with the bandage set sent to you – you can practice on various things – yourself, a soft toy, chair arm, remote control or your own dog if they are happy with it. This should take around 30 minutes.

After the course, Animal Aiders will contact you to take a short quiz via email and when you have passed (70% pass mark) your certificate will be sent to you.

The course is via Zoom and you can access the meeting on a smart phone, tablet or PC. You don’t need to have a Zoom account to access the course, but you will need to launch and run the software when prompted by your device.  There is plenty of opportunity during the course to ask questions. 

The online interactive course offers:

  • Up to date techniques taught by a Veterinary Professional
  • Opportunity to ask questions
  • Comprehensive course booklet, set of bandages and a 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).
  • The course is delivered in an easily understandable style and is suitable for pet dog owners as well as those who work with dogs (groomers and walkers etc).

The course 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 course booklet, set of bandages, small first aid kit and a donation to Leicester Animal Aid.


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