Course Description and Rates

Attend a Pet First Aid Course and you will learn the skills and gain the knowledge to help your pet in an emergency. Knowing pet first aid can help keep your pet alive and alleviate pain & suffering.

Working with veterinarians an easy to follow, full colour manual was written that everyone can appreciate. It covers over 20 different situations and is hands on for all attendees. You will get the opportunity to learn CPR and Rescue Breathing on specially imported mannequins from the USA and also practice your bandaging skills on live animals. Learn to recognise everyday poisons that are around our home, how to recognise the symptoms and how to help stabilise your animal until you can get professional help. This course will empower you and give you confidence in an emergency situation.

Our Pet First Aid Course is ideal for the passionate animal lover, those wanting to step into the animal industry, up skill within the industry and is ideal as a team/group exercise.

Topics covered include rescue breathing, CPR, shock, hypothermia, poisoning, broken bones, and so much more! 

 

All for just $179 per person or $160 per student
(Group rates available)

Each course requires a 50% deposit and is non-refundable if cancellation is less than 72 hours prior to the course being run.
A 10% administration fee will be deducted for any cancellations.

Our Pet First Aid Course is a one day course run over 6 hours and is available in most main centers nation wide. 

Our 6 hour  PET First Aid Course is accredited for  NZVNA Continued Professional Development for registered vet nurses.  Attend our pet first course, brush up on your emergency and first aid skills while gaining CPD points towards your registration.
CPD Points : 5   Duration : 6hrs   Cost : $179pp (group rates available)

The PET First Aid Course can now be completed as part of the Bronze Skill Section of the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Awards. Check with your school if they are part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award or contact us for more information.