Canine First Responder: First Aid & CPR Diploma

Learn the skills of a confident pet first aid responder and be able to identify emergencies, treat common injuries, and administer CPR.

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Course Highlights

  • Over 4 hours of video spread over 31 video lectures, a quiz, PDFs and diploma
  • Learn how to create a pet first aid kit, administer medication, act in an emergency situation
  • Be able to accurately identify illness or aliments assessing what actions can be taken at home
  • Confidently and effectively administer CPR
  • Suitable for any pet or dog owners wanting to expand their knowledge of pet first aid.

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Canine First Responder: First Aid & CPR Diploma

Jeff Grognet
Jeff Grognet, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures31
LanguageEnglish
Course RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
AccessUnlimited

Course Teacher

Jeff Grognet

Pet Behaviour & Animal Health Instructor at Academy for Canine Educators (ACE)

More Info

If your dog was choking or seizing would you know what to do? You will learn the basics of canine first aid, be able to prepare for emergencies, have a great first aid kit ready, give your dog CPR and deal with wounds and injuries. Know when something can be treated at home or when a trip to the hospital is necessary.

Dr. Jeff Grognet has been a veterinarian for over 20 years and is certified in Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation, allowing him to correct spinal issues in domesticated animals. He has been a teacher for more than 20 years developing university and online veterinary assistant courses. Dr.Grognet has also completed a number of pet sitting and behavioral courses.

This course is suitable for people looking to become a veterinary assistant or the causal dog owner interested in learning how to treat their dog in an emergency. It will equip you with the knowledge to know that you can help your pet in an emergency situation.

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