Pet First Aid & CPR: Help Your Pets & Help the SPCA

We’re very excited today to announce two special Pet First Aid and CPR certification classes.

photoThe classes themselves will train you in the same procedures for treating bleeding, choking or applying CPR. But these classes are special for one simple reason: all proceeds will be given to the SPCA of Central Florida.

The SPCA of Central Florida was established in 1937 with the purpose of educating the general public about the responsible human behavior towards animals. Since then their vision has been firmly established: to no longer be needed.

The SPCA only accepts surrendered pets and that makes them responsible for nearly 300 pets every single week. By years end they will have had more than 15,000 animals in their care.

But the SPCA’s responsibilities don’t end at re-homing pets. They offer a food program for low-income or unemployed pet owners, with food delivered right to their door. They offer low-cost vet service in their clinic, summer camps and of course training classes. That’s where Big Paw Pet Care comes in…

This summer we’ll be offering a couple of classes, one in SPCA’s Sanford location and one at their Orlando location by Millenia Mall. All proceeds from the class will go to the SPCA as they continue their mission.

If you’d like to join us for one of these classes, please visit the Pet First Aid Training page of this website to register.

If you’d like to make a donation to the SPCA of Central Florida or maybe even volunteer, please visit: http://www.ohs-spca.org/

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