Thursday, 19 April 2012

Pet First Aid Training


With April being National Pet First Aid Awareness Month Loving Paws & House Sitting wants to ask you, pet lovers and furry pet parents, the following:
Do you know what to do if your pet is injured or has a medical emergency?
The decisions you make in the first few critical minutes can determine whether or not you successfully get your pet to a Veterinarian for proper care. If you are not pet first aid ready Loving Paws & House Sitting strongly urges you to obtain proper training. 
There are so many options today that will give you the knowledge you need to take the proper action quickly and confidently. There are online courses, 2-day classes with a certified trainer, in-home DVD training, and books you can read. 
You should learn such things as: vitals, pet CPR, how to recognize and what to do if your pet is in shock, what to do in the case of poisoning from antifreeze, chocolate, and household products, common illnesses, and much, much more.

To celebrate National Pet First Aid Month, Loving Paws & House Sitting will contribute 10% of all proceeds from the sale of our Pet Emergency First Aid Dog or Cat Training DVDs to our Ottawa Humane Society My Fundraiser page


From traffic accidents to a simple paw cut, this video will guide you, step by step, to know exactly what to do.
You will also learn what items you should have in your pet first aid kit so you can be prepared!
Why take the chance of not knowing what do do?
Watch this DVD with your family and everyone will know what to do if the four-legged member of your family ever gets hurt or becomes ill.
To order now please visit our website product page
Topics covered
- Scene Safety
- Muzzling
- Rescue Breathing
- CPR
- Choking
- Shock
- Poisoning
- Snakebites
- Hypothermia
- Burns
- Fractures
- Car Accidents
- Eye Injuries
- Foot Injuries
- Drowning
- Heat Stroke
- What's normal for my dog