Free online pet first aid course

//Free online pet first aid course
Free online pet first aid course

Free online pet first aid course


In this free online pet first aid course I will write about how to help and care for your dog or a cat.

It will be a summary of my experiences and all pet first aid courses that I took.

You can click bellow on a topic(new topics coming soon!) that you are interested in or click next on the bottom of the page to move to the next section.

  In this course you will learn:

  • The vet and your role in first aid
  • When is Veterinary Care Required

  • Keeping your pet safe in an emergency

  • Car Accidents

  • Pet Proofing your home

  • How pets show pain

  • Checking your pet’s health and finding out what is normal

  • Taking a Pulse

  • What to do if your cat has an accident

  • Breathing and respiratory problems

  • Pet CPR, dog CPR and cat CPR

  • Drowning and Treatment

  • Broken Bones

  • Shock

  • Spinal injury and moving an injured pet

  • Types of Bleeding and Controlling Bleeding

  • Pet Bandages and Dressings

  • Paw Problems

  • Ears, Eyes, and Mouth

  • Digestive Process Vomiting and Illness

  • Poisons Bites, and Stings

  • High Temperature and Heatstroke

  • Hypothermia Treatment

  • Epilepsy and Seizure

  • Choking

  • Snakes Attacks On Pets

  • Ticks

  • Insect Stings and Fly Strikes

  • The Older Dog

  • Small Dog Care

  • Puppies and Young Animals

  • Pets and Fireworks

  • Pet First Aid Kits

Next part of the course

After you read all of the above, you will gain knowledge how to help your pet in a stressful or dangerous situations.

REMEMBER this are my experiences and tips if you want to be certified in pet first aid you need to enrol into certified pet first aid course.

But as for now, please sit comfortably pet your dog(or a cat) and enjoy the next section on my course.

From the next section, you will learn about the role of the Vet in your lives.

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