Pet First Aid Course

Could you save your best friend in an emergency?

Your beloved canine companion has cut their paw on some broken glass and is bleeding heavily – What do you do?

Your faithful feline is choking and unable to breathe – What do you do?

Just like humans, pets can easily injure themselves or become ill but they depend entirely on their owners to act quickly to potentially save their life before veterinary treatment is obtained.

To give pet owners the skills and confidence to administer emergency first aid, AWL’s resident veterinarian Dr Alison will be running informative and hands-on pet first aid classes at the AWL’s Wingfield shelter. Each 2 hour class will include in-depth training in accident prevention, what to do in trauma emergencies and safe restraint and transportation of your pet in an emergency plus much more!

The AWL offers a great price of $60 for Dr Alison’s Emergency First Aid class PLUS all attendees will be presented with a free St John’s Pet First Aid Kit valued at $19.95 and a take home emergency guide.

AWL PET FIRST AID COURSE
INCLUDING FREE PET FIRST AID KIT
ONLY $60.00

NEW DATES FOR 2017 RELEASED SOON!

All courses held at AWL Wingfield Shelter, 1-19 Cormack Road Wingfield SA

 

  • Please arrive 15 minutes before the start time.
  • You must notify the AWL fundraising team if you are unable to attend your registered course a minimum of 48 hours before the course time otherwise a refund cannot be given.
  • Please be aware the course may run past the specified finish time.
  • You will not be able to bring your pet with you to the course

AWL Pet First Aid Course Disclaimer

The AWL is not a registered training organisation (RTO) and the Pet First Aid Course is not an accredited course. The information given in the AWL Pet First Aid course is general information only and is not a substitute for veterinary advice given by a qualified veterinarian specific to an individual animal. The AWL cannot accept any responsibility for misinterpretation of the advice given and the AWL advises pet owners to seek veterinary advice if first aid treatment is required.  The AWL is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made, actions taken by a user or injury sustained to an animal or human based on the information provided in the AWL Pet First Aid Course.