Why Take a Live Class vs. Online video training?

You can find many online classes and videos on pet first aid.  These can be helpful, nothing takes the place of being there “in person” and getting “hands-on” practice.  You will see demonstrations and receive actual practical experience in (i) applying a make-shift muzzle to a live dog, (2) checking their pulse, (3) learn how to perform CPR, (4) treat electrical burns and wounds, to name just a few.  Will an on-line video point out to you if you are doing something wrong?

 

Always remember that Pet First Aid and CPR administered to your pet should be followed by immediate veterinary care.  Call ahead and let your vet know you are on your way!  Pet First Aid is not a substitute for proper veterinary care.

Why Take Jean’s Class?

My class is designed to

  1.  replace your panic with knowledge
  2. give you the tools to address an emergency (until you get to your vet)
  3. enhance your pet training and handling skills

You will also receive information on performing a Wellness Exam on your pet.  The “why” and “how” to do this monthly.

Once you have taken this pet first aid and CPR class, my hope is you will have a greater knowledge of how to better care for your pet.

Classes are usually held monthly.  Go here to register and for class schedule

Always remember that Pet First Aid and CPR administered to your pet should be followed by immediate veterinary care.  Call ahead and let your vet know you are on your way!  Pet First Aid is not a substitute for proper veterinary care.

Jean’s Training

Jean is a certified instructor with ProPetHero™ which is an accredited organization and the Pet First Aid, CPR and Safety Program is the most comprehensive program currently available.  You will learn the latest protocols in veterinarian-approved pet first aid, CPR and pet safety.

(If first aid protocols change, I will keep you apprised of any changes via email.   Also, once you take class, I do not disappear.  I am always a phone call/email away.)

Also, this course has been validated by third-party organizations that have reviewed and approved the course content:

  • The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC)
  • The National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (NADOI)
  • The Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT)
  • Pet Sitters International (PSI)
  • The Animal Behavior College’s Dog Trainer (ABCDT)

Upon completion of this course, you earn a 2-year certification and receive a 90-page manual (valued at $75).

Always remember that Pet First Aid and CPR administered to your pet should be followed by immediate veterinary care.  Call ahead and let your vet know you are on your way!  Pet First Aid is not a substitute for proper veterinary care.

For Pet Professionals:  ProTrainings CEU Information

In addition to the 2-year certification, as a pet professional, you qualify for 2 Continuing Education Units from several continuing education awarding organizations:

  • International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC)
  • National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (NADOI)
  • Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT)

If you prefer, Jean can come to your place of business to teach this class.