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Pet Life Savers (first aid for pets) webinars

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Title: Pet LifeSavers

Type: webinar series - online - needs registration but is free

Intended for: pet owners, also useful for vets and techs

Presenter: Paul Aldridge BVSc CertSAS MRCVS

Organized by: "the veterinary expert"

Descpription:
In the first webinar, you will learn crucial aspects of first aid for your cat or dog. Paul discusses how to treat cuts and minor wounds and tells you what to do if things are more serious! Know what you should do if you have to transport an injured pet to your vet or emergency clinic. Listen to Paul explain what to do with bites and stings and how best to deal with vomiting and diarrhoea. Please register for the webinar series now and we will email you a link to all of the recordings.
The second and third sessions cover dangerous foods and poisons – some of these you will know about and some you won’t so don’t miss these! Also learn about the signs and behaviours your pet may show that indicate GENUINE EMERGENCIES – Signs thatshouldn’t be ignored.
Registering for the Pet Lifesavers Programme will help you to deal with first aid and emergency situations. You will have a much clearer idea about those things that are poisonous for your cat or dog and be much better tuned in to signs and behaviours that should be making those alarm bells ring. Take advantage of this completely free programme to become a better guardian and protector of your pet – their life is in your hands!

Link:
 
Pet Lifesavers Part 2
Common Poisons

Presenter: Paul Aldridge BVSc CerSAS MRCVS

About The Webinar

In the second presentation of this series, emergency care expert Paul Aldridge discusses some well known and some not so well known substances that can be toxic for dogs and cats. What should we do if we suspect our pet has eaten something poisonous? Perhaps just as important are the things we shouldn’t do if our pet has eaten something we think could be toxic.
 
Pet Lifesavers Part 3
Recognising Emergencies – Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore

Presenter: Paul Aldridge BVSc CerSAS MRCVS


About The Webinar

In the third and final presentation of this series, emergency care expert Paul Aldridge discusses some signs and behaviours that we shouldn’t ignore as they may be indications of serious and potentially life-threatening conditions. In his typically ‘down to earth’ and practical manner, Paul gives some invaluable guidance on vomitting and diarrhoea, bloat, seizures and more.

 
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