Pet first aid

asked 2015-01-13 13:04:46 -0600

I live in Seattle, WA Does anyone have any experiences with any of the organizations offering pet first aid courses in the area? The majority are a few hours and then there is one that is all day.

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answered 2015-01-13 16:34:15 -0600

I took mine at CPR Seattle. It was a pretty long course, but good information. If you do go, bring a snack! It's at a weird time between lunch and dinner and I was hungry about half way through :D

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answered 2015-05-18 11:55:03 -0600

There is a great comprehensive course that you can take online at anytime http://www.propethero.com

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answered 2017-02-01 14:15:50 -0600

I also completed mine on Udemy :) there's also a very awesome app you can download from Red Cross called Pet First Aid. It's got a lot of useful information about what to do in a lot of situations!

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answered 2015-05-10 16:04:37 -0600
 That,s a good question! I myself didn,t no we needed to have

first aid for pets. I live in Murrieta Ca. How can I look that up in my area any ideas? Thank you-

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answered 2015-05-11 03:08:43 -0600

I was certified by PetTech. There instructors in every state and most offer both a condensed or a 5/6hr course. http://www.pettech.net/index.php

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answered 2017-01-31 22:59:40 -0600

UDEMY has on-line courses for reasonable prices. The cpr course is long (30 sections?), but you can do it in an app at your own pace.
I broke it up over the course of a few days. There are knowledge exams throughout.
If you do 30 minute drop-ins for cats and they hide most of the time, that's a good time to do a segment or two.

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