Dallas PetSaver: Pet CPR, First Aid & Care For Your Pets Workshop
Event on 2017-11-04 08:00:00
Will you know what to do when your animals need you most? "Guaranteed to be the most complete & comprehensive training in DFW!" Pet CPR & First Aid ProgramCaring For Your Senior Pet-izen™Dental Care For Your Pets (Most Complete Training & Absolutely the Best Value in DFW!) PetSaver Registration Includes Handbook,Starter First Aid Kit,Emergency Muzzle for Safety& Complimentary Water & Snacks! "Beth's CPR & First Aid Seminar is, without question, the most comprehensive and enjoyable pet care class I've ever taken. She uses her own experience as a veterinary technician and dog care facility manger to create meaningful scenarios and experiences that you can apply to your own pets. Beth ensures that every student understands each technique by allowing practice on both stuffed and demonstrations with live dogs, which makes the instruction more memorable. The 8 hour class simply flew by! It was a great value and I will be taking it every year from now on." ~Yvonne Ybarra – DallasDogLife.com~ ___________________ According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) 1-out-of-4 more pets would survive, if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to getting emergency veterinary care. WE TEACH OVER 50 SKILLS TO HELP SAVE YOUR PET! The Pet CPR & First Aid Program covers the following topics: Skill: Restraining & Muzzling "Any pet that is pain or is going to be moved into pain, can and will bite."PetSaver HandbookHands-on Skill Practice Skill: Primary Assessment "In the first 12 seconds of you being on the scene you will know what to do and what actions to take." PetSaver Handbook Hands-on Skill Practice Skill: Rescue Breathing "The pet patient had a heartbeat but is not breathing" PetSaver HandbookHands-on Skill Practice Skill: Canine & Feline CPR "The pet patient has no heart beat and is not breathing."PetSaver HandbookHands-on Skill Practice Skill: Choking Management Conscious Choking, Unconscious Choking (Witnessed & Found) Hands-on Skill Practice Skill: Bleeding & Shock Management Restraint, Muzzle, Elevation, Direct Pressure, Pressure Points, Immobilization, Shock Management & Transportation. Hands-on Skill Practice Skill: Snout-To-Tail™ Assessment for Injury & Wellness "A deliberate and systematic assessment from the snout to the tail of the pet with intent and purpose looking for any injuries the pet does not present to you or for wellness to create a base-line of your pet's health."Hands-on Skill Practice Skill: Assessing the Pet's Vitals "If you know what is normal for your pet then you will be able to quickly recognize when your pet is presenting not-normal." Hands-on Skill Practice Handbook: Pet First Aid Kit Contents Equipment & Supplies for Putting Together Your Own Pet First Aid Kit Lecture: Poisoning Definition, Causes, Signs & Actions For Survival Lecture: Insect Bites & Stings & Snakebite Definition, Causes, Signs & Actions For Survival Lecture: Heat & Cold Injuries Definition, Causes, Signs & Actions For Survival Lecture: Seizures Definition, Causes, Signs & Actions For Survival Beth Bowers Longest Active Pet Tech Instructor in DFW! Certified Master Pet Tech™ Pet CPR, First Aid & Care InstructorVeterinary TechnicianABKA Pet Care Technician Over 17 years experience with Veterinary Medicine,Canine Nutrition,Canine Behavior & Training& Dog Daycare/Boarding Facility Management! One of the skills we teach is the Snout-to-Tail ™ Assessment. Read how this saved one pet's life . . . A pet owner who took our class loved her little dog because she did her homework assignment of the Snout-To-Tail ™ Assessment. Where you go from Snout-To-Tail ™ with deliberate intent and purpose creating a baseline of your pet’s health. Also, so that you know more of what is normal for your pet, so you can more quickly recognize what is not normal for your pet. She found mammary tumors growing on her dog. She took her to the vet, who confirmed the diagnosis. Luckily she caught it early enough that treatment was successful. However, the vet did tell her that if she had let that go just another five or six months, the outcome may not have been as good. This simple skill that can take only a few minutes added thousands of minutes to this pet’s life. When I tell this story in the classroom, some people wonder how she didn't notice the mammary tumors in the first place. The thing is that she never really put her hands on her dog, from Snout-To-Tail ™ , with deliberate intent and purpose, like we teach in the class. She said she would come home from work, make her dog dinner, have dinner herself, her dog would sit on her lap and she would pet it. –Used with permission from www.PetTech.net ** Although no refunds are offered for our seminars, before or after the seminar date, your tuition is transferrable to another seminar. **Class may be filmed for internal and possible promotional use**
at The Cat Connection
14233 Inwood Rd.
Dallas, United States