Dog First Aid Workshop .
Presented By Vicky Payne BVetMed MRCVS
Brighton 17 March 2018 10am – 4pm
Everything you need to know about Dog First Aid… taught by a practising Vet!
From assessing dangers and dog vital statistics, to coping with broken bones, broken nails and bleeding.
Be it a minor scrape or a major incident, this advice, from a highly qualified veterinary professional, will prepare you for emergency situations with your dogs.
It is essential that you react calmly and effectively, and above all, do no further harm.
This workshop is a must for dog owners, walkers, trainers and anyone who wants to be confident in the emergency care they provide our canine pals.
This is a full day (10am-4pm), packed with invaluable insights into lifesaving information from a vet, currently working daily in emergency medicine.
Bandaging practice on real dogs (the fun bit!) and CPR on a realistic dummy.
Certificate of attendance & notes will be provided.
Dog's Choice! are delighted to be hosting this workshop.
To book your place, please e-mail Vikki on firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form or call 01273 386995
The workshop fee of £55 is payable on booking to secure your place.
There are strictly 10 places available for this workshop.
(This course is not a substitute for seeking veterinary assistance when appropriate).