Pet First Aid & Safety Course

If your pet suddenly became sick or injured, would you know what to do?

Brought to you by the Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI), the Pet First Aid and Disaster Response course is ideal for all pet owners and pet caregivers. This unique course covers common health and safety-related issues, a wide array of pet emergencies, including:

  • Bleeding
  • Bite wounds
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Choking
  • Burns
  • Poisoning
  • Trauma, and more

Also included are disaster planning strategies, pet body language and common misconceptions about animal behaviour.

If a convenient course date is not listed, please contact us to request a different time and/or date.

Course dates

Pet Sitting and Dog Walking

Daily exercise, proper nutrition, love and psychological well being are paramount to having a healthy, happy pet. Dog walkers and pet sitters are there for your pet when you are away for work or on holiday. Overnight care in your home reduces your pet's stress considerably when compared to other options such as boarding in kennels or other people's homes, yet costs about the same.

Local Pet Services

Sandy Forbes
Dog Walking and Sitting

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