Learn First Aid for Pets

Dog First Aid Course
Learn first aid for pets

Preparation is everything.

16th October (Thursday) from 10am – 2pm

Learning some basic pet first aid is very useful not only caring for your pet at home but also useful for a self-employed dog walker, pet sitter or looking after pets whilst their owners are away on holiday.

Be ready to do first aid on your pet in case of an emergency. Our pet first aid course teaches first aid for dogs, cats or any animal.
Prepare for the unexpected: what to do before, during and after an emergency involving a pet or animal in your care. This course is pet first aid that includes a hands-on approach.

  • How pets show pain
  • Pet proofing your home
  • Keeping your pet safe in an emergency
    Accidents and First Aid

    •    Breathing and respiratory problems including choking
    •    Dog CPR
    •    Drowning
    •    Shock
    •    Broken Bones
    •    Spinal injury and moving an injured pet
    Tending to your pet
    •    Controlling Bleeding
    •    Dressings and Bandages
    •    Paw Problems
    •    Ears, Eyes, and Mouth
    •    Bandaging the Ear
    •    Bandaging the Tail
    •    Illnesses
    •    Poisoning, Bites, and Stings
    •    Burns and temperature related problems
    •    Seizures and Epilepsy
    •    Pet First Aid Kits
    The cost of this course is £55 and will include your certificate. For more details and booking your place please call us on 0775 896 5137
    Email: info@westminster-enterprise.org.uk
    Venue: Westminster Enterprise Centre, 59 Elgin Avenue, London W9 2DB (entrance located on Chippenham Road)

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