Don’t panic! Learn how to recognize and react to a pet emergency with our upcoming course. For instance, did you know that the following symptoms indicate immediate veterinary attention?
- Abnormal gum color
- Dilated pupils
- Increased thirst
- Increased urination
HOW TO SAVE YOUR PET’S LIFE (LET 0070): Would you know what to do if your dog or cat was hurt or suddenly became ill? It is not always enough to rush to the vet. To save the life of your pet you must sometimes act before you get to the vet! Join John J. Hanover, DVM as he reviews the basics of pet first aid. You will learn what is normal for your pet and how to check vitals, basic CPR, how to handle bleeding, treatment for poisoning, supplies you should always have on hand and more. Saturday, 10/7, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Animal Lover? Check out these courses:
- Dog Grooming Assistant Info Session 11/6
- Dog Grooming Assistant Part 1 (look for next offering in spring)
- Dog Grooming Assistant Part 2 (look for next offering in spring)
- Introduction to Veterinary Assistant (look for next offering in spring)
- Veterinary Assistant (look for next offering in spring)
Register online or call 847.925.6300.
Details for these and all our fall courses are available in our August-December Course Schedule
or visit our CE website for more information.