The responsibility of looking after someone’s pet has recently been updated with changes to the law.
You will need to ensure that you have the correct First Aid training for these roles.
It does make sense really.
Can you imagine, if you saw an accident with a dog? Or it was your dog and no one knew how to help including yourself?
This is one of the reasons we decided to offer the Canine First Aid course to professionals and individuals.
Another reason for running the courses was the fact that we have always had dogs and Bella is the dog with no fear- no thoughts of relaxing and a world that revolves around sticks.
It is one of those accidents you REALLY don’t want to think about, but it could happen if your dog falls and the stick goes through the roof of their mouth…
By attending one of the courses, we will be able to take away that fear of not knowing what to do in this situation and many others, as we do know first aid inside out!
The course content has 27 subjects all about dogs and the first aid treatment.
Now you may think they are the same (human and canine first aid courses and their treatments) and to a certain degree, you are correct. Because both us and dogs breathe, use blood, and our hearts and lungs to survive.
However, there are significant differences with how accidents are treated and we explain all of it. We explain the ‘WHY’- not just what you do at certain times.
There are things you may not know, however, you don’t know what you don’t know.
Do you know all the different foods that are poisonous for dogs?
Do you know why the tongue is so important? or why you need a torch in your first aid kit for your dog?
We are running the courses on a Saturday to start with- no doggies allowed I am afraid.
Steve is the tutor and with his first aid knowledge, love of dogs as well as over 50 years of caring for these four-legged friends. He will make the session interesting, fun and relevant to you and your pets and or work.
For more information, please take a look at the Canine/Dog First Aid course