Dogsafe 101 Fraser Vally October 27th
This course gives you the hands on practice and comprehensive teachings to enable you to be prepared for the many illnesses and accidents your dog may encounter. Make no mistake, any first aid course is not meant to replace the role of good routine veterinary care but to teach you about pre veterinary care and to help you supply your vet with valuable information to help diagnose and treat your dog. We will practice handling various emergency scenarios such as choking, poisoning, CPR... Hands on practice is what helps you retain such learnings for better recall in an emergency setting.
So whether you have your own dogs to care for or you care for other peoples dogs, this course is an invaluable asset. Taking your training with K9ABCs gives you the added experience of an instructor who works full time, with over 24yrs behind her, as an emergency first responder. One of the reasons why K9ABCs courses are not offered frequently, your instructor works full time as a paramedic and spends a lot of her off time with her own two dogs. Quincy, whom with continued luck, you will meet in class. Quincy is K9ABCs demo dog and is now a senior at 14. Skye, dog # 2 was born deaf due to genetics (Double Merle). This trait along with her breed traits, Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Hound, keeps her Mom very busy and always supplied with antidotes to share in class when it comes to keeping your dogs safe.
Feel free to share this post with your social media, there's 12 spaces in total for this class. Small enough for each student to have the personal guidance when learning so much in one day. This is an 8hr course and you will be tired after, but not to worry because not only will you leave with a manual covering all info (and a lot more) K9ABCs will always be available for any questions after.
So, no need to wait, just register here on line. No need to wait, take the course no student has ever reported as being a regret. Meet others with similar interest, it's a great networking opportunity as well. Many classmates have remained in touch and some even join forces to fundraise for events like SPCA Paws for a Cause. Need more info? Explore K9ABCs website for more details on course content etc. and please, feel free to contact me with any questions.