First Aid for Dog Owners Morning Courses May 2024

Would you know what to do in a first aid situation? Being able to react swiftly and appropriately if your dog becomes injured or unwell can really mean the difference between life and death.

Sponsored by Millpledge, these practical morning sessions are designed specifically for responsible dog owners who want to be confident in what to do should a first aid situation arise.

The two events will take places as follows:

You should leave the course knowing how to help prevent accidents and how to respond effectively to emergencies. You’ll learn how to handle situations such as heatstroke, choking, and poisoning, and even perform CPR in critical times.

Course highlights:

  • Basic health checks to assess your dog’s wellbeing
  • Immediate actions for heatstroke and sun safety
  • Techniques to manage choking incidents
  • Identifying and responding to poisoning
  • How to deal with unconsciousness and fits
  • Step-by-step guide to canine CPR
  • Managing wounds and injuries effectively

Both courses run from 10am – 12.30pm (please arrive from 9.30 for a prompt start) and cost £15 per person.

Book a place online by following the links below:

If you are a client of The College of Animal Welfare’s dog grooming salons, you can get a £5 discount – please contact us for the code before booking.