Aspen Valley can now offer pet owners and pet lovers alike the opportunity to educate themselves in pet and horse first aid courses. In addition you can take dog and cat care courses too.
Photo above. Georgina teaching her students on 8th December 2012
This course is aimed at anyone who requires a course in first aid for pets. It is ideal for Pet owners or Pet professionals, although there will be a professional pet first aid course available after the New Year . It covers the main first aid subjects for Dogs and Cats but this information is also suitable for most other animals. Understanding basic first aid for your pet will give you the skills to assist them and prevent them from getting worse before professional help is given by your vet. The certificate is valid for 3 year.
With the online course we add extra videos which you will be able to see for 8 months to keep you up to date with your skills. With online a classroom courses you will receive free weekly refresher video emails to keep your skills fresh and to up date you on the later news. All students will receive a free login area to propetfirstaid where you can download a free student manual and control other settings. Online students can print off their certificate online on completion and classroom students will receive an official ProTrainings wall certificate and wallet card in the post after the course.
These make fantastic presents for friends and family.
If you would like to be taught in person by our instructor then please get in touch for more information. This course can be delivered at your social groups, dog clubs, village hall even at your home with a few of your friends or family. Evenings and weekends are a great time. We use a powerpoint presentation, student handouts, manakins and fun practicals.
Prevention of accidents is very important, and the correct care for your dog can prevent it from getting hurt or becoming ill. On this course, we discuss different things you need to think about when you get a dog or puppy. This course is aimed to go alongside our pet first aid course to look at caring for your dog rather than dealing with an emergency.
Dogs are great fun and will be a friend to you and your family, but there are a few things you can learn to make their lives more enjoyable.
Prevention of accidents is very important, and the correct care for your cat can prevent it from getting hurt or becoming ill. On this course we discuss different things you need to think about when you get a cat or kitten. This course is aimed to go alongside our pet first aid course to look at caring for your cat rather than dealing with an emergency.
We discuss choosing a cat or kitten and look at the pedigree cat side so that when you choose, you know what questions to ask. We also cover the care you give once you have a cat or kitten.
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