As a former Pet First Aid Instructor, I am often asked which course I recommend to owners of cats and dogs and why?
The company I recommend is experienced in training both pet owners and pet professionals and I believe that their courses would be of value to my pet owning and pet professional readership.
I disclose at this point that I am a former instructor with the company that I recommend and for that still receive a tiny commission for recommending the low-cost course below but I am happy to give it the "thumbs up" as:
- The course is a recognised one and is provided by a genuine general training provider of human first aid and many other courses.
- The Pet First Aid courses are instructional, broad topic based and easy to follow.
- On completion, you can print off a certificate that has value
- The courses are low cost
- Courses be taken at your leisure at a time to suit (when you are relaxed and ready to absorb information)
- Courses can be taken by anyone worldwide
- My tiny commission is not paid by you or loaded into the low course cost.
- I have negotiated a discount code that you can use to obtain a 10% discount on the normal Pet First Aid course cost of £24.95 or around $35.50 (at todays rate) plus VAT
- The value of obtaining information that may help your pet in an emergency or to a small pet business that deals with clients pets is, I believe, immeasurable should an emergency occur and you need to administer Pet First Aid before veterinary attention can be sought.
The video based training can be completed in less than a couple of hours and refresher videos are emailed to students periodically after completion of the Pet First Aid courses.
The Pet First Aid syllabus includes:
- The vet and your role in first aid
- Keeping your pet safe in an emergency
- Car accidents
- Pet proofing your home
- How pets show pain
- Checking your pet's health
- Pet accidents and first aid
- Breathing and respiratory problems including choking
- Dog CPR
- 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
- Poisoning, Bites and Stings
- Burns and temperature related problems
- Seizures and Epilepsy
- Different types and sizes of animals
- The older dog
- Small dog care
- Puppies and young animals
- Summary of Pet First Aid
- Pet First Aid kits
If you are a cat or dog owner or pet professional looking to learn some pet first aid skills then please apply discount code UK-PFA here Pet First Aid Courses