If you want to learn how to save your pet in an emergency situation or how to prevent spring and summer pet injuries - sign up for a Pet CPR & First Aid class. If you live on Long Island, you are in luck, the next class hosted by Robyn Elman, President and Founder of In Home Pet Services, who is also a certified Pet Tech is holding her next class on Saturday, April 20, 2013. From 9:30 am – 1:30 pm at the Bid-a-wee Learning Center in Wantagh (3300 Beltagh Avenue, Wantagh, NY 11793). The class is limited to 15 people and a portion of the proceeds will go to Pet Safe Coalition (www.petsafecoalition.org).
This class is offered to pet owners, pet professionals, and anyone that wants to learn these very important pet life saving procedures. Every pet owner and pet professional will benefit from learning these techniques. Using a life sized stuffed animal dog, this class will teach participants how to: restrain an injured or ill pet; CPR and rescue breathing; bleeding injuries; heat element injuries; spring and summer dangers to pets and how to prevent them; bandaging; insect bites and much more. Attendees will learn life saving techniques for their furry loved ones and make is a safer holiday season by being educated in pet first aid and CPR.
To register for this class, individuals can call (718) 347-7387 or send a check or money order for $85.00 payable to In Home Pet Services, Inc. and mail to: 88-25 247th Street, Bellerose, NY 11426. Each participant will receive a take-home reference manual and a certificate that they completed the course. For more information on this course or about In Home Pet Services, go to: www.InHomePetServices.com. Space is limited.
If you want to learn the truth about veterinary care and nutritional holistic treatment options you will not want to miss the next free Veterinary seminar with Dr. Michel A. Selmer. The South Huntington Library is presenting Dr. Michel A. Selmer of Advanced Animal Care Center, in a live and free educational library seminar for pet owners who want to know the truth about veterinary care and nutritional holistic treatment options. On Thursday, April 25 at 7pm pet owners can 'Ask the Vet' about pet nutrition and other questions they may have about their pet's health.
Dr. Selmer will be speaking about holistic and preventative veterinary medicine, as well as answer any questions from the audience. Pet owners that are seeking information about alternative options of veterinary care or just want to know more about veterinary treatment today, what may or may not work best for their pet are encouraged to attend this event. Often times, pet owners leave their vet’s office and are not sure if it’s the right course of treatment or feel that their questions went unanswered but may not have another way to get their questions answered. This ‘Ask the Vet’ event will help those pet owners that want to learn how to treat, take care of and help their pets live a longer, healthier life. Dr. Selmer will answer questions and give attendees information that most veterinarians will not want pet owners to know. This is a free library event and for humans only – no pets allowed! To register for this event email Catherine Schmoller at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (631) 549-4411.