Nothing makes you feel more helpless than having your little fur
buddy get injured when you are away from home. When a vet is not
close by, what you do for your pet can make a real difference. Here
is what you should know about pet first aid training.
Take Care of Your Pet Anywhere
The primary reason
that pet owners choose to have first aid training for their fur
babies is because accidents and illnesses can happen anywhere.
Spending a few minutes performing some basic first aid and emergency
treatment can give your pet a better chance of surviving.
Helps Your Pet Until You Can Get to a Vet
Pet first aid training in Vancouver, WA, does not replace veterinary care, even in an emergency. Once you take care of your pet, you should get to a vet as soon as possible. Your role is just to stabilize your pet until a vet can take over the care.
Wide Range of Treatments
The first aid training
that you receive for your pet includes treatment for minor injuries,
such as cuts and sprains, as well as more significant treatments,
such as CPR should your pet stop breathing or the heart stops
working. You will also know what you should carry in your vehicle and
backpack to take care of your pet, such as bandages, splints,
stretchers, and antibiotic ointment.
Contact Us to Learn More About Pet First Aid Training
Emergency Response Training Services specializes in first aid, CPR, and AED training, including classes for pet owners. Contact us to learn more and sign up for one of our classes.
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