Pet First Aid

Join us for a day of the most comprehensive pet first aid course available! Our Walks ‘n’ Wags certified instructors offer a day of fun and learning. Classes are intended for pet care professionals, dog and cat owners, rescue workers, first responders, groomers and shelter workers. Course completion offers continuing education credits for PSI, IAABC, IACP and CBCC-KA members. This class has received the Animal Wellness Magazine Stamp of Approval and a Modern Dog Fave Find. We work with live animals in class.

Our curriculum includes:

  • Choking
  • Bleeding and Wounds
  • Bone and Joint Injuries
  • Restraint and Transport
  • CPR
  • Artificial Respiration (AR)
  • Eye & Ear Injuries
  • Burns, Frostbite, Hypothermia & Heat Stroke
  • Poisoning
  • Parasites
  • Snake bite and insect stings
  • Impaled objects
  • Infections
  • Bandaging
  • Foreign Objects
  • Shock
  • An easy-to-use manual/quick reference kit.
  • Certificate of completion

Registration

$ 159.00

Per Person
Discounts Apply for:
  •  Pet care professionals
  •  First responders
  • Animal welfare workers
  • Pet foster parents
  • Service dog owners
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Your Location

Custom Plans Available

Want to hold a class at your location? Pet First Aid can be taught in any comfortable location. Please contact us for more information and pricing schedule.

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Event Schedule

  • February 10 & 11, 12:00 – 5:00 PM, Metro Dog, Seattle
  • March 23 & 24, 12:00 – 5:00 PM, Metro Dog, Seattle
  • April 20 & 21, 12:00 – 5:00 PM, Metro Dog, Seattle
  • May 18 & 19, 12:00 – 5:00 PM, Metro Dog, Seattle

Off-Grid Classes

  • TBA

Off-Grid Supplemental Learning

Who Should Take off the Grid?

Outdoor enthusiasts, backpackers, farmers, hunters, campers, people living in remote communities, dog walkers, hikers, cabin owners, people wanting additional training, people living in areas without easily accessible Veterinary care. The skills can also be applied in urban areas in times of disaster when Veterinary care is not easily accessible.

Classes Topics Cover

  • Trip Planning
  • Equipment Improvisation
  • Prolonged Patient Care
  • Advanced shock
  • Pain management
  • Poisoning
  • Evacuation

Frequently Asked Questions

Qualifications

To attend OFF THE GRID, participants must have completed our initial Pet First Aid program within the past 3 years.

Classes Length

OFF THE GRID is a 3-hour program.

Should I Bring My Own Dog

At least one live dog or cat will be present in class. Ask your Instructor whether you may bring your own.

Will I Receive a Certificate?

OFF THE GRID is a Certification program earned upon successful completion of the course and exam.

What Is the Cost?

Cost is $65 per person.

Call 206-284-3647 (DOGS)

Stop by today, we are at 4020 23rd Ave W (Magnolia)

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