PET FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE TRAINING
Walks N Wag's Pet First Aid is an Internationally recognized Certificate Course
for Dog and Cat Professionals and Pet Owners.
10 hour Pet First Aid Certification Course
Over 20+ Topics Covered Including;
Parasites, Poisons, Infection, Foreign Objects, Wound Care, Splinting and CPR!
$155 + hst
Monthly Classes available
3 hour OFF THE GRID Training
Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, people living in remote communities
or anyone wanting additional training and living in areas without easily accessible Veterinary Care.
Topics include: Trip Planning, Equipment Improvisation, Advanced Shock, Pain Management and Evacuation
$75 + hst
Email email@example.com for schedule
Must have completed Walks N Wags Pet First Aid
Private Booking Available
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATED COVID-19 POLICIES:
- Class sizes have been reduced to 5 to allow the minimum 2 meter (6 foot) distance between participants
- Each participant will have their own personal station, sanitized prior to arrival
- All students will be required to wear masks while inside the building. Gloves will be available at request
- All students will complete an online self assessment, due on arrival
There will be no sharing of supplies. Participant stations will include the following:
Take home objects
- Walks ‘N’ Wags Pet First Aid Manual and Pocket Manual
- Individual hand sanitizer
- Water Bottle
- + Additional Prizes won throughout course!
- Personal dog or cat stuffed (toy) animal for bandaging, splinting and CPR practical's
- First aid basket filled with first aid supplies needed for scenarios throughout the day.
Question: How long would I be certified for?
Answer: Walks N Wags Pet First Aid Certification is valid for 3 years.
Question: Can I bring my dog?
Answer: 2 Live dogs are welcome (first come, first serve). Dogs must only be handled by their person(s). Dogs must be leashed and attached to their persons stations at all times during the course, and not roaming the facility. Please bring a blanket and toy for your dog, including snacks and water. Owners are expected to clean up after dog.
Question: What is OFF THE GRID Training?
Answer: OFF THE GRID Training is ideal for Outdoor enthusiasts, backpackers, farmers, hunters, campers, people living in remote communities, dog walkers, hikers, cabin owners, people wanting additional training, people living in areas without easily accessible Veterinary care. The skills can also be applied in urban areas in times of disaster when Veterinary care is not easily accessible.
Question: I have registered for a course, but I am experiencing sign of illness. What do I do?
Answer: In the event you are experiencing any signs of illness, self isolating for any reason or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, please do not attend class. You will be scheduled into a future course, which is offered monthly.
Question: What happens if my instructor is feeling unwell the morning of class?
Answer: If your instructor is feeling unwell, the course will be cancelled and you will receive a phone call. You will then be rescheduled into a future course, which is offered monthly.
Question: If I cannot attend a class due to illness or reason for self isolation, will I receive a refund?
Answer: You will receive full refund if cancellation is made 1 week prior to course start date. Any cancellations after this point are subject to a $25 administrative fee. Cancellations made within 72 hours of course start date, will not be refunded or transferred.