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Pet CPR/1st aid and disaster response class

Tuesday, 29 November '22   6pm – 9:30pm EST
Washington Trust Business Center, 3280 Post Road, Warwick RI 02886-7131
11 spaces available
Pet CPR/1st aid and disaster response class


The course, entitled, Pet First Aid and Disaster Response, teaches student what to do if their beloved pet becomes sick or injured. Some of the topics that will be discussed during the program are CPR for your dog or cat, what happens if they choke on something, and how to do mouth-to-snout resuscitation. Medical emergencies such as seizures are discussed. You will also go over injury prevention, assessment, and treatment for broken bones and soft tissue injuries, such as cuts. Finally, during a disaster, either manmade or natural, a lot of things are going on. You want your pet with you if at all possible. We have to prepare for them as well as being prepared yourself. You should have a "go bag" for your pet as well as your family.
This course carries a two year certification card and certificate. You will receive a guidebook, reviewing everything in class.
Many people take CPR and first aid courses for their's the time to protect that "little furball" as well. Cost of the program will be $50.00 for the first member of a household and $35.00 for each additional member.


11 available


Washington Trust Business Center
3280 Post Road
Warwick RI 02886-7131