The first words you'll learn to exclaim when seeing an unconscious canine or feline are, "Doggie, doggie, are you okay?!" or "Kitty, kitty, are you okay?!"
These essentials words are the start of a timely intervention that will greatly increase chances of survival for pets.
Doggie & Kitty say,
"We are okay."
"We are okay."
Imagine walking Fido in the park when it suddenly got curious and choked on a discarded chicken bone before going unconscious. Maybe the 'over-friendly dog' had a squabble with the cat, and Fifi sustained an arterial bleeding on her limb which wouldn’t stop. Sure, we can always make a best effort to rush to the vet but there is only a small window of opportunity for intervention before we see irreversible effects on our beloved pet.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) published that 1-out-of-4 more pets would survive, if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to getting emergency veterinary care. The reality is that sometimes the unexpected happens.
Will you be prepared to act when it does?
Fido’s Pawpose is proud to partner with Pet Tech® to offer the PetSaver™ CPR, First Aid & Care program for dogs and cats in South East Asia.
In Association with Pet Tech®
PetSaver™ CPR, First Aid & Care Program
Headquartered in California, USA – Pet Tech® is the first international training center dedicated to CPR, First Aid & Care for over 20 years. Their programs are used by the Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and major pet care organizations.
What You'll Learn
The hallmark PetSaver™ CPR, First Aid & Care is a premier 9-hour program that goes beyond conventional training. It includes Pet Tech® exclusives such as dental and Senior Petizen™ care.
Here are some of the takeaways, but not limited to:
- 3 styles of CPR
- Bleeding and choking management
- Snout-To-Tail™ injury assessment
- Hot and cold injuries
- Rescue breathing
Training instruction is conducted in plain, simple language through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and lots of hands-on practice
Who Should Learn?
Practically anybody! Whether you’re 10 or 90 years old, it doesn't matter. That being said, aside from pet owners, Fido also recommends these hoomans to pick up First Aid & CPR skills:
- Shelter staff, volunteers
- Dog handlers, walkers, trainers
- Vet technicians, animal therapists
- K9 officers
What You Gain
- Wall-mountable certificate
- PetSaver™ student handbook
- The gift of potentially saving an animal's life