Would you know what to do if your pet was sick or injured and required immediate help? Sometimes a vet is not immediately accessible and emergencies do happen so learn the skills to know what to do should something go wrong.
This comprehensive course is perfect for pet owners, foster/rescue organisations or anyone with an interest in knowing what to do in an emergency situation, as well as preventative measures and everyday care of animals. It is facilitated by highly trained and experienced industry professionals.
Courses are held at 14 Thesiger Court, Deakin ACT 2600. Bring your pet!
Duration: 4 hours (not including break halfway through).
Cost includes a Pet First Aid kit which will be given out on the day of training.
$5.00 from every booking will be donated to ACT Pet Crisis Support.
“The Pet First Aid course offered by St John Ambulance is terrific. Did it yesterday by zoom and was most impressed. The course was comprehensive, well and professionally presented, easy to understand for a lay person, had good clear graphics and was informative and very useful indeed. There is also a great little kit which you get with the course which is good. This course is very good value for all pet owners – I learnt a great deal and feel better informed and equipped as a pet owner – and it will be especially valuable for those involved in companion animal rescue and/or foster care. Happy to warmly recommend this one’.
Di Johnstone AM
Pets and Positive Ageing Inc,