First Aid, CPR, & Canine Conditioning Workshop

Dates: November 16th & 17th

Paws and Play Dog Resort and Training Center is proud to offer an extensive training workshop on Canine Conditioning & First Aid and CPR to any student interested in earning a certification of competition on the topic. Our goal is to teach students how to prevent and minimize risk of injury along with the proper ways to respond during a canine emergency. Whether you participate in canine sports or simply want to maximize the quality of your dog's life, Canine Conditioning will give you the tools and confidence to do so! We love our dogs as members of our family, so it is only natural to want to feel prepared should they be injured or face other life-threatening complications. First Aid and CPR skills will allow you to stabilize and prevent further harm until a veterinarian or other emergency professional can be reached. The First Aid and CPR portion of this workshop will include a 2-year certification through a nationally recognized program. Our trainers will also help you put together your own personalized emergency kit!


Pricing & Scheduling

  • 10 Working Spots $250
  • 15 Auditing Spots $150

Saturday

9am-11am Introduction

  • The role of first aid with your pet
  • Safety concerns for the provider
  • Preparing a pet first aid kit
  • Understanding pet vital signs and how to measure them
  • Recognizing normal & abnormal behaviors
  • Testing and certification process

BREAK FOR LUNCH 11am-12pm

12pm-1pm Illnesses and Allergies

  • Vomiting and diarrhea
  • Bloat
  • Loss of appetite
  • Lethargy
  • Weakness or collapse
  • Seizures
  • Cold or heat exposure
  • Fever
  • Insect stings and general allergies
  • Vaccine reactions
  • Anaphylaxis

1pm-2pm Injuries

  • Bleeding
  • Temporary wound care, infection prevention
  • Lameness
  • Suspected fracture or spinal injury
  • Burn wounds
  • Hit by car, fall from height, animal attack
  • Shock
  • Poisonings and envenomation's
  • How to approach, capture and restrain an injured dog
  • Should I muzzle? Important guidelines to help you decide

2pm-3pm Hands On

* Hands On 3pm - 3:30pm Group Questions
  • Dogs will be placed in crates during this Q & A

Sunday

9am - 11am Discussion & Education

Cardiovascular Emergencies 9am-10am

  • Recognizing the signs of cardiopulmonary arrest
  • Dog CPR

Respiratory Emergencies 10am-11am

  • Choking
  • Near-drowning
  • Breathing problems/respiratory distress
  • Rescue breathing

BREAK FOR LUNCH 11am-12pm

12pm-1pm Prevention

  • Dog proofing
  • Toxic foods, plants and common household poison hazards
  • Car safety
  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Preventing Collar Accidents
  • Holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, 4th of July, Halloween and other celebrations pose numerous hazards to our dogs. This lesson details the most common holiday-specific risks, along with actionable plans and information to help you enjoy these occasions while keeping your dog safe.

1pm - 3pm Hands On

  • CPR

3pm - 3:30pm Testing

  • Dogs will be placed in crates during the test

hours

monday - saturday 7a-8p
sunday 9a-5p

Closed on Major Holidays

location

9001 E. 133rd Place
Fishers, IN 46038
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