Would you know what to do if, god forbid, your dog started to choke? If he/ she ate poison? Stops breathing?
Most of use unfortunately wouldn't, and we don't even think about arming ourselves with this vital information in case an emergency situation happened.
I recently attended a very insightful Dog First Aid course. I am not going to lie, I will probably still panic a little should the worst happen, but I felt so much more confident that I would have some hope in saving my own dogs or someone else's in an emergency situation.
This got me thinking, every dog owner should have this information and feel confident that they would be able to help their dog if they ever needed too. This is why I am looking into a course in the Slough, Langley or Old Windsor area in October this year.
It would be a 3 hour course, would be no more the £55 per person and would be a small group of only 14 people. You would learn from a experienced instructor learning in a practical way in a relaxed environment.
If you would like to register your interest, and have any preferences on location, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.