Are you a dog lover eager to know more about ensuring their well-being? Our “Canine First Aid” course is meticulously crafted for individuals seeking knowledge about the immediate, temporary care given to an injured or ill dog. Learn the nuances of canine health – from assessing pulses to understanding the dangers of poisoning.
From understanding the basics of first aid to mastering techniques like checking respiration and pulse, every unit is crafted to ensure you’re equipped to handle an array of situations. Whether it’s a minor cut or a life-threatening situation like poisoning, we’ve got you covered. With in-depth insights into bleeding, shock, and the nuances of safe handling and transport, you’ll emerge not just as a pet owner, but as a vigilant guardian, ready to shield your pet from harm.
With our “Canine First Aid” course, the safety of your cherished canine lies snugly in your hands. It’s not just about equipping yourself with the knowledge; it’s about weaving a safety net, ensuring that come what may, you stand prepared, skilled, and undeterred. Embrace this journey, and let’s make the world a safer place for our dogs, one lesson at a time.
£99 (worth £599)
- Understand the fundamentals of first aid tailored for dogs.
- Confidently manage and transport an injured canine.
- Accurately assess a dog’s pulse and respiration.
- Execute life-saving techniques during critical situations.
- Address bleeding and shock promptly and effectively.
- Identify and respond to canine poisoning symptoms.
- Grasp the importance and application of each first aid unit.
- Passion for canine welfare.
- Basic knowledge about dogs and their behaviour.
- Commitment to the course duration and materials.
Why should I take this course?
- Gain crucial knowledge to protect a dog’s life during emergencies.
- Enhance your confidence in handling dogs in distress.
- Boost your credentials in canine care.
- Stay prepared for unexpected canine health issues.
- Make a tangible difference in the dog community.
- Canine First Aid Trainer
- Dog Walker
- Dog Sitter
- Kennel Manager
- Pet Care Assistant
- Canine Therapist
|Unit 01 What is First Aid?||00:15:00|
|Unit 02 Canine First Aid||00:15:00|
|Unit 03 Handling and Transport||00:20:00|
|Unit 04 Taking the pulse||00:10:00|
|Unit 05 Respiration||00:10:00|
|Unit 06 Life Saving Techniques||00:15:00|
|Unit 07 Bleeding||00:15:00|
|Unit 08 Shock||00:15:00|
|Unit 09 Poisoning||00:15:00|
|Unit 10 Fractures||00:10:00|
|Unit 11 Dislocation||00:10:00|
|Unit 12 Soft Tissue Injury||00:15:00|
|Unit 13 Eye Injuries||00:15:00|
|Unit 14 Metabolic Problems||00:10:00|
|Unit 15 Epilepsy||00:10:00|
|Unit 16 Heat Stroke||00:15:00|
|Unit 17 Bandaging||00:15:00|
|Unit 18 Snakebite||00:15:00|
|Unit 19 Chemical Injuries and Dehydration||00:15:00|
|Unit 20 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Just Say No, Fido||00:04:00|
|Unit 21 Driving Safely With Pets||00:04:00|
|Unit 22 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Buffet of Hazards||00:03:00|
|Unit 23 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Stay Cool||00:02:00|
|Unit 24 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Panties||00:02:00|
|Unit 25 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Road Trips||00:02:00|
|Unit 26 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Tazlab Collars||00:01:00|
|Unit 27 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Paper Shredders||00:01:00|
|Unit 28 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Collar Safety||00:02:00|
|Unit 29 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Tree Wells||00:02:00|
|Unit 30 Safe Dog Safety Tip: CPR||00:05:00|
|Unit 31 Conclusion to Canine First Aid||00:10:00|
|Mock Exam – Canine First Aid||00:20:00|
|Final Exam – Canine First Aid||00:20:00|