We’re delighted to bring you our first-ever online event for FREE, and we’re pretty sure it’ll be a popular topic if our past face-to-face events are anything to go by. On Thursday 30th July at 7:30 pm, you can learn Basic Pet First Aid for Dogs, Cats & Rabbits, with RVN and Pet First Aider, Emily Ashdown.
Pet First Aid is especially important during the Summer holiday season, as our pets tend to be outdoors more, which can present some additional risks. Learn how to tend to your pet’s injury or condition in the first instance, before you can get to see a vet.
We’ll take you through;
1. The five things you need to remember in an emergency,
2. What you should have in your pet first aid kit,
3. We’ll walk you through five common first aid situations and
4. We’ll cover five summer-related emergencies and how to deal with them.
Normally we offer a number of free local events each year, however, in response to the Coronavirus situation, we’re excited to be trialling a new, virtual way of bringing pet education to our clients, and local pet owners.
You’ll be able to sit back, relax, social distance, and learn some basic first aid knowledge and skills from the comfort of your own home – or a coffee shop – or wherever you happen to be at the time.
All you need is a device with an internet connection and a spare 25-30 minutes. There’s no need to call us, or to book a physical ‘place’ at an event, everything is done online.
To secure your FREE spot on our Pet First Aid Webinar, simply follow the link below to Register. You will receive an email from Gotowebinar (check your junk/spam folder if you don’t receive it) which will explain how to Join the Webinar on Thursday 30th at 7pm.
Join Emily Ashdown, practice nurse & pet first aider, for this informative and enjoyable session. As it’s all about helping pets in need, we encourage you to share this invitation with friends and family. Every pet owner in Worcestershire is welcome to join us and so signing up for this session is not limited to current clients.
We look forward to sharing this vital pet first aid advice with you.