One of the biggest nightmares of a pet lover...You are backing your car on the driveway, you hear you hit something. You come out and discover you hit a dog/cat. What to do?
Or what if you have elderly dogs/cats, do you know what to do if they have a heart attack?
Do you know what to do if your dog/cat suffers from heart stoke or frostbite?
How about choking? They love to chew on random items lying around. What to do?
The Canine First Responder Course™ Curriculum is the only course approved by Emergency First Response - the largest certification agency worldwide for first aid and CPR training. You will be issued with an internationally recognised certificate upon successful completion of the course. This is far exceeds some more basic 'first aid' courses out there and does provide realistic CPR practice on a canine manikin. (Alice has done her research before getting herself trained!) As a bonus on top of the standard Canine First Responder course, Alice the cat behaviourist is going to give you extra tips on how handling cat situation to make an all round Pet First Responder course.
For cat lovers who wonder if this course is suitable to you. The answer is - Yes! There is no recognised Feline First Responder course at the moment. The techniques performed on small dogs and cats are very similar. Alice will of course explain the difference when dealing with cats. Plus, you can come across a dog collapse on a hot summer day and need your help!
- Canine and feline Communication
- Scene Assessment and Barrier use
- How to approach the owner of the animal and your legal liability
- Primary Assessment
- CPR and Rescue Breathing
- Control of serious bleeding
- Shock Management
- Spinal Injury Management
- Injury Assessment
- Illness Assessment
- Splinting for Fractures and Dislocations
- Bandaging Minor Wounds
- Safe Transportation to Vet Facility
- Burns, Poisoning, Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia And More…..
With the price, you can take home:
- Your own copy of the CFR CD containing the student manual so you can refresh your knowledge at home
- An international recognised certificate upon the completion of the course (valid for 2 years)
- A first aid kit for you to take home (value 15 Euro)
- A laminated quick tip card - useful as a reminder you can leave in your car in case of an accident for example
- Tea/coffee and snack during the day
- Of course, confidence and knowledge how to help your own pet or other animals on the street in case of emergency
Date: 18 February 2017
Time: 10am to 6pm, with one hour lunch break
Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis St, Dublin 8