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This is an informational event which will be of interest to many if not all pet stewards. First Aid for our pets is of utmost importance to us. However, how many of us have the time and presence to go in search of just such a program. Well, here is the information we have wanted. While at the PetExpo in Seattle, this group gave informative and interesting discussion and now they are having classes in First Aid for our dogs and more.

They will teach each of us how to protect and apply our first aid techniques for chocking, bleeding, CPR and hypothermia just to name a very few. This class presentation has been many pet owners have been asking for and looking forward too. The specifics are as follows:

Dates: July 19 and 20, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday and 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM on Sunday
Where: Queen Anne, Seattle K9 Fun Zone
Cost: $150.00 and pre-registration is highly encouraged or by telephone at 206-284-3647



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