Canine First Aid
About the Course
During this one day course we will cover basic Canine First Aid in an emergency situation. You will learn how to treat minor injuries and handle post veterinary care.
• The Traffic Accident
• Poisoning and Fitting
Participants are encouraged to bring a dog with them but it is not essential.
A Writtle University College Certificate of Attendance is issued on completion of the course.
By making a booking you are declaring yourself medically fit to participate in the course
- Dogs must be kept on the lead at all times unless otherwise directed by the instructor
- Bitches in season should not attend
- Vaccinations must be up-to-date on all dogs attending Writtle University College courses
- Please do not bring your dog if he or she is unwell. Any dog suspected of carrying a contagious disease will not be allowed to attend
- No dogs are to be left unattended in vehicles on campus under any circumstances
- If your dog fouls the training area please clear it up immediately
- Writtle University College reserves the right to refuse attendance to any dog considered to be a danger to the instructor, other participants and/or their dogs
Participants will require note taking equipment.
Free parking is available on campus; a permit will be issued and should be clearly displayed.
Participants are advised to bring a packed lunch. Morning and afternoon refreshments are provided.
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For group bookings please contact Michelle Williams 01245 424287