Introduction to Canine First Aid

Introduction to Canine First Aid
  • Level(s) of study: Short course
  • Study mode(s): Short course
  • Location: Brackenhurst Campus
  • Course duration: Two hours

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This evening, short course teaches both owners and pet professionals basic first aid skills for emergency situations.

Date: tbc

Indicative maximum class size: 40

Any questions?

Contact our short course team for further information on:

Email:    aasshortcourses@ntu.ac.uk

Tel:         0115 8486644

What you'll study

This evening course teaches both owners and pet professionals, basic first aid for emergency situations. These skills can help prevent a dog from getting worse before help is given by your vet.

The evening is suitable for anyone who wishes to understand more about canine first aid and is a great addition to your dog owning tool kit.

Please note that there are no practical tasks for you to carry during this short course and all demonstrations will be carried out by our academic to the group.

The course is taught by Clinical Animal Behaviourist expert Alex Bordin, who is the course leader for the FdSc in Animal Science at Nottingham Trent University and is also a qualified Vet.

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