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15.21 Hours


Course Description​

Navigating the dynamic world of animal care, one often encounters moments that underline the importance of timely intervention. Dog First Aid has always stood out as a critical skill set in these scenarios, bridging the gap between injury and professional medical attention.

In the early stages of my career, the relevance of Dog First Aid became abundantly clear during a community outreach event. A dog, playful and seemingly fit, suddenly suffered a minor seizure. With panic spreading among the attendees, it was the basics of Dog First Aid that I had learned that allowed me to stabilize the canine until it could be taken to a veterinary hospital. This incident didn’t just fortify the importance of First Aid in my mind; it demonstrated to the community that a little knowledge can make a huge difference.

Further down my career path, during a stint at a bustling animal shelter, First Aid once again proved its weight in gold. With dogs of varying ages and health conditions, minor accidents were not uncommon. Whether it was a dog getting a small cut from playing too roughly or showing signs of heat exhaustion after a summer walk, having Dog First Aid knowledge was invaluable. Not only did it provide immediate relief to the animals, but it also ensured that minor issues didn’t escalate into serious problems.

In sum, my journey in the realm of animal care has been dotted with numerous instances where Dog First Aid and First Aid, in general, have been paramount. They serve as a testament to the idea that while every professional hopes never to use their First Aid skills, having them can be the difference between a life saved and a life lost.

Learning outcome

  • Understand the essentials of Dog First Aid.
  • Identify signs of common injuries and illnesses in dogs.
  • Learn proper techniques for bandaging wounds.
  • Grasp the basics of performing CPR on dogs.
  • Know how to react swiftly and efficiently during canine emergencies.
  • Develop the confidence to handle unexpected situations.
  • Receive a certificate upon successful course completion.


  • Passion for animal welfare.
  • Basic knowledge of dog behavior and physiology.
  • Commitment to the course duration.

Why should I take this course?

  • Equip yourself with essential Dog First Aid skills.
  • Enhance the well-being and safety of your pet.
  • Stay prepared for unexpected canine emergencies.
  • Boost confidence in your ability to care for dogs.
  • Increase your credibility as a dog caregiver.
  • Connect with a community passionate about animal care.
  • Achieve a certificate showcasing your expertise.

Career Path

  • Dog First Aid Trainer
  • Canine Care Specialist
  • Animal Health Technician
  • Emergency Animal Responder
  • Professional Dog Sitter
  • Canine Rehabilitation Therapist

Course Curriculum

Module 1 : Basic First Aid Part 1
Basic First Aid Part-1 00:36:00
Module 2 : Basic First Aid Part 2
Basic First Aid Part-2 00:41:00

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