School’s Out For The Summer
Summer is just around the corner and the kids will finally be out of school. There will be lots of time for playing in the park and swimming. Many of us will be taking our pets along for an adventure to the local dog park or even on vacation. But we know with this extra time traveling outdoors, we have many more opportunities for bumps and “boo boos” to our kids and our pets.
So, while you’re taking a break from after school soccer practices and cheerleading competitions, sign up for our first aid certification courses this summer. Pets are cherished members of our family and we want to be the best pet parent or siblings we can be to them. So use the few extra summer hours of free time to train your whole family for your pets medical emergencies.
More Than Just CPR
My classes are more than just CPR, chest compressions and bandaging protocols (don’t worry, you learn all this important stuff too). These classes cover prevention and preparation too. There’s no better way to prepare for an emergency than to take every step you can to avoid an emergency. Do you know which summer plant is poisonous to your cat? What are the tell-tale signs your dog is overheating?
By knowing these in advance, you can easily avoid them all summer long and keep your pets happy, healthy and safe.
More Classes, More Locations
This summer I’ll be bringing our Pet Tech first aid training to more places around Central Florida. Starting in June we’ll have classes hosted by our friends at Happy Paws Pet Resort for you Winter Park, Union Park and UCF area pet lovers. Happy Paws is so dedicated to pet safety and care they are requiring their entire staff to be certified.
These guys are awesome. Talk about peace of mind for your next pet boarding. Happy Paws owners, Karina and Michael really love your pets as much as you do. Check out the following links if you’d like to sign up for a class at Happy Paws:
We’ll be announcing more classes this summer benefitting local rescues and charities. Keep your eyes peel to our Facebook page and my home page on www.bigpawpets.com.