Being prepared in the event of an emergency can mean the difference between life and death. This is true for humans as well as for our beloved pets.
Taking a Pet Tech PetSaver Seminar will prepare pet owners, animal rescuers, and pet professionals with valuable skills that can make all the difference for your best friend before you ever get to the veterinarian's office.
A Pet Tech PetSaver Seminar "is a comprehensive, hands~on program. Materials covered include bleeding and shock, restraining and muzzling, priorities and concerns of emergency situations, primary pet assessment, rescue breathing, CPR, fracture and limb injuries, insect bites and stings, snake bite, seizures, first aid kits, emergency preparedness kits, heat and cold injuries, pet vitals, poisoning and poisonous substances, choking and snout to tail assessments. Everyone will have their own stuffed dog to practice on as well as receive two handbooks." Upon completion of the Seminar you will receive a Certificate which is valid for two years.
On Sunday, August 28th there will be a Seminar in Sherman, CT. The instructors ~ Mary Oquendo and Beth Cristiano ~ are the best of the best and hold the distinction of having been the first two Certified Master Pet Tech Instructors in the United States. The fee is $150.00 per person, but if you are an active volunteer for an animal shelter, animal rescue or SART team, the cost is only $100.00. To register for the class or for more information, please go to www.pawsitivelypretty.com/calendar.htm. If you are eligible to take advantage of the discounted rate, you must contact Mary Oquendo directly at 203-746-9569 or [email protected]
This writer has taken the Pet Tech PetSaver Seminar, and cannot recommend it highly enough.