Tuesday, 11 May 2010

April 30, 2010 Article in local newspaper

New Workshop - First Aid for Dogs and Cats!

One thing all pet owners dread is that their beloved dog or cat is involved in an accident and gets injured. Of course we all hope it will never happen, but unfortunately pets get hit by cars, they can fight with each other, a bone gets stuck in their throat, and the list goes on. Not only we have accidents, our pets have them, too.
There are ways to prevent a number of accidents, but one can never make everything 100% safe.

The most important thing every pet owner should know is how to provide First Aid for the dog or cat, so that the animal will survive the trip to the veterinarian. No ambulance will come and look after our injured darlings, so we have to be there for them when they need us most.

Animal Connection will run a First Aid for Dogs and Cats Workshop which covers basic First Aid (stopping serious bleedings, learning the vital signs, how to apply CPR, how to recognise shock, etc.)
For more information, please give me a ring or check my website: www.animalconnection.com.au

Dagmar Scherer – Animal Therapist 3298 5036 or 0417 716 907

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