Potland, OR, August 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Your pets, just like children, are at greater risk of death or injury from preventable accidents than any other reason. Taking the correct and proper actions can significantly increase the chances of survival and reduce the extent of both trauma and injury to your pet, before transporting them to your veterinarian.
Tricia Case, Owner of Trailblazing Tails, which is a dog running and pet sitting service, also offers Pet Tech's Pet First Aid and CPR training for owners as well as pet professionals, such as shelter employees, kennel operators, dog trainers, pet sitters, dog walkers, etc. Professional education credits also available and a percentage of the proceeds will go to Pixie Project. As Case stated, "An important part of being a conscientious and responsible pet owner is knowing the life saving skills of pet first aid and CPR.”
Tricia Case has been a Pet Tech Instructor for nearly 4 years and her 4-hour class receives widespread attention from pet professionals and owners traveling hours to attend. The training includes the skills and information necessary in the event of a medical emergency. Topics highlighted: CPR, rescue breathing, shock management, bleeding protocol, injury assessment, heat and cold injuries, poisoning, muzzling, restraint, and more. She also stresses the importance of having a pet first aid kit readily available and has for sale pre-made kits which she has carefully developed, complete with easy-to-read instructions on a laminated pull-out card.
The next class is being held on September 10th from 10am-2pm at the Lucky Lab Brew Pub at 915 Hawthorne Blvd Portland, OR 97214. The class includes hands-on instruction taught in a fun, entertaining and educational way. The course fee is $90 and you can register online at www.trailblazingtails.com.