Be ready to do first aid on your pet in case of an emergency, keeping your pets safe takes many important skills including a knowledge of first aid in an emergency. These online pet first aid courses teaches you first aid for dogs, cats, rabbits, or any animal. Courses from just £5.00.

Course include – 3-year nationally recognised certificate (unless detailed differently)  engaging video training – Video access even after course completion – Printable wall certificate – CPD time credit conformation – Includes manual & other downloads – Free weekly video refresher – Evidence Based Training certificate

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First Aid & CPR for small and large pets Pet First Aid: When people think of first aid, they often do not think about their pets. Pets have accidents the same as humans and knowing what to do should the worst happen is a simple thing to learn with basic training. Pet first aid is not aimed to replace veterinary care but it will help you to recognise an emergency, calm your pet and reduce the risks of delayed treatment.

Advanced Pet First Aid Level 3 (VTQ) Advanced Pet First Aid Level 3 (VTQ): Advanced pet first aid level 3 (VTQ) covers much more details about the different injuries and illnesses that can affect dogs and cats. The course has been designed to give the pet owner or pet professional much more information in order to be able to detect early when something is wrong and give the appropriate care.

Canine First Aid Canine First Aid: This course is aimed at anyone who requires a course in first aid for dogs. It is ideal for dog owners or dog professionals. Understanding basic first aid for your dog will give you the skills to assist them and prevent them from getting worse before your vet gives professional help.

Security Dog First Aid Security Dog First Aid: This course is approved by NASDU for the requirement of pet first aid in their standards.  First aid is important to know for your security dog not only to comply with associations and local authorities but also for animal welfare and to help a dog in need.  The nature of working with dogs will pose a risk that they may be harmed in the course of their work or transport.

Basic Tips for Caring for your Dog  Dog Care: 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.

Basic Tips for Caring for your Cat  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.

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