Prepare for an emergency by taking a Pet First Aid class. Dogs and cats can't tell you what's wrong, they have teeth that they're not scared to use, and, if you call, an ambulance won't come. The more prevention you can practice, and the more prepared you can be for emergency, the better.
There are other pet first aid classes, but none as good as the Walks 'N' Wags class.
- It's Canada's leading and most comprehensive course - a full 10 hours.
- The course is constantly updated with the latest research and thinking in disease and accident prevention.
- You practice on a mannequin and your own pet - imagine spending the weekend with your pet by your side.
- It's the only course recognized and accepted for continuing education credits for Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT) and International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IIABC).
- Animal Wellness Magazine, the leading North American health and lifestyle magazine for pets, named the Walks 'N' Wags Pet First Aid course as their June/July 2011 product pick.
The course is taught by Louise Yates from K-Lane Kennels. Teaching since 2002, She's Saskatchewan's first and most experienced instructor.
The course is hosted at and supports the Regina Humane Society.
More details about the class are available online. If you've been thinking about taking a class like this, now's the time to register. Space is limited.
- 2011 - Friday, November 4th 6-9:30 p.m. and Saturday, November 5th 1-8 p.m.
- At the Regina Humane Society on Armour Road
- $125 per person plus GST - register by calling RHS at 543-6363, extension 221.