Domesti-PUPS Brings Canine First Aid & CPR Course to Nebraska
K9 First Aid and CPR certification class will be available Sunday, October 23 to be held at 1541 Center Park Road, Suite A in Lincoln. The class is taught by Colorado paramedics Dan Ponce and author of the book K9 Medic, Eric ‘Odie’ Roth. The morning session will be held from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and the afternoon session will run from 1-4:30 p.m.
Eric has taught over 1,700 dog owners and professionals his paramedic-based material since 2009. This class is a must for any dog owner or anyone who works with dogs on a daily basis. Participants will receive basic instruction on the following topics: Canine Body Language; Personal Safety; The Importance of Early Veterinary Care; Appropriate Restraint of an Injured Animal; and Preparing a First-Aid Kit. They will also learn valuable skills, including: Checking Vital Signs; The Doggie Heimlich; How to Control Bleeding; Poisons; Seizures; Dog Fights; Splinting and Bandaging; Bloat; and of course, CPR.
As a bonus, all participants will receive an autographed copy of the book K9 Medic by instructor Eric Roth.
This training is brought to you by Domesti-PUPS, Nebraska’s premiere resource for therapy and service dogs, as a public service initiative. The classes are sponsored in part by Nature’s Variety dog food and Nebraska Animal Medical Center.
Register online: www.pups-pals.com/first-aidcpr.html.
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