Do you own a pet or work with animals? If so, how would you cope with a pet medical emergency?
Very Important Pets is pleased to offer our pet first aid seminar’s with one of our qualified Veterinary Nurses covering all aspects of pet first aid.
Our 3.5 hour seminar includes practical and written aspects, and should leave you feeling confident to deal with most pet first aid situations. You will also receive a personalised certificate of attendance.
Join us for a relaxed and informative 3.5 hour session, perfect for any animal lover!
Examples of topics covered:
- Road traffic accidents
- Foreign body injuries
- Wound management
- Stings and bites
- And much more!
Pet First Aid Seminar dates & details:
Dates: Saturday, 2nd November 2019, 10.30am to 2.00pm.
Cost: £39 (prior booking is essential)
Location: VIPs Office, 45B Quicks Road, SW19 1EY
Light refreshments will be provided.
How to get to the seminar:
Train: Nearest mainline station is Wimbledon and tube station is South Wimbledon.
Driving: Parking available at venue, or on surrounding streets.
Places are limited and likely to go quickly.
To book your place please contact us.
- I wanted to express my thanks to both you and Heidi for a very informative, and well delivered First Aid seminar on Saturday. I feel confident now that I could tackle some of the basics of first aid on dogs and cats. Susan D.
- “Woody-Walks team thoroughly enjoyed the Pet First Aid Course held last Saturday. Whilst it was a refresher course for me, my team
gained much knowledge and consequently are more confident around the dogs we look after and support through our service. It also gives us another distinct advantage over regular ‘bread and butter’ dog walkers of which Farnham have an abundance of. Heidi/Louise and the team made us all feel most comfortable and welcome in their surgery.”
Hugh Scotchbrook (Proprietor)
- “Thank you, I enjoyed the course, it was very informative and very well presented. Thank you to everyone involved and I look forward to the next course you offer. Warm regards, Sandra.”