First Aid Course
Would you know what to do in an emergency?
Many of us enjoy our beautiful countryside, beaches, lakes and just getting away from the crowds with our four legged friends – we certainly do, infact we have some recommendations on where to go, but what if you are out and your pet suffers from a cut paw, chokes on a gravy bone or worse still a full on emergency?
No one wants to feel helpless in this situation which is why we are very excited to offer our own Pet First Aid courses.
On our course you will cover a wide range of topics from how to perform a basic health assessment on your pet right through to dealing with emergencies and administering CPR.
Our fun and practical courses run for approximately 5 hours and include course notes, practical sessions on both models and live animals all under the watchful guidance of our fully qualified staff – and of course there will be refreshments!
Just some of the topics and situations you will cover:
Courses cost £50 (10% off if you are one of our health plan members) and are limited to groups of ten.
There are currently the following course dates scheduled:
- 8th February 2020
- 13th June 2020
- 17th October 2020
For more information please contact the practice on 01492 546112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would be interested in arranging training for a group or organisation then please contact us.
Feedback from previous course attendees …
“Very interactive, interesting and fun. I really found this course very practical and helpful. Sarah and Abbie gave precise instructions which were easy to follow.”
“An essential course if you want to know how to give your pet the best chance if they get injured or taken ill whilst out and about. Sarah and Abbie are excellent tutors and present the course in a friendly and relaxed way (ps the food’s great too!)”
“I thoroughly enjoyed the course and will feel well prepared for the next emergencies with my pets. It’s a good course to safeguard your pet in the future.”
“Very enjoyable and informative, looking forward to practicising at home”
“fab! The best K9 first aid course I’ve been on!”
“Every pet owner needs this course so they can do their very best to look after their fur babies! :)”
“Worth every penny and every animal lover needs to do this”
“Thoroughly recommended to any pet owner or any people who work with animals”
“The First Aid Course was excellent. The dogs we practiced on were so patient. I learnt so many good tips and because I have practiced on dogs or substitutes I feel confident that I would be able to do the right thing if I’d have to. Sarah and Abbie were amazing, I recommend that every dog owner should do this course.”
This course is not intended to replace the advice of a Veterinary Surgeon and therefore veterinary advice should always be sought as soon as possible.
In an emergency, where no veterinary surgeon is immediately available to give advice and guidance, the lay person (Person who is not an expert in a given field of knowledge) has the right to administer first aid treatment to an animal providing that it will only be a temporary measure until veterinary advice is immediately sought, the treatment administered should be designed to preserve life, alleviate suffering and to prevent the situation worsening. If the situation is traumatic and requires surgery, it must be pointed out that: Under the terms of the Veterinary Act 1966 no person is allowed to practice veterinary surgery unless registered in the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons or in the supplementary register of Veterinary Practitioners.
Consultation Times (by appointment only)
Monday – Friday 08:00 – 20:00
Saturday 09:00 – 12:00
Sunday 10:00 – 13:00
Mochdre Vets is the trading name for Heywood and Heywood Limited
and is registered in England and Wales. Registered Number 10654839.
Registered Office Williams House, Conway Road, Mochdre, Conwy. LL28 5HE.