Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services (ACCESS) will be teaching a Pet First Aid class on May 3, 2014 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm at Seattle Canine Club. This class is for those who are interested in learning life saving techniques and important pet information for both their cuddly canine companions and fuzzy feline friends!
During the course of this free First Aid event, ACCESS will be giving you the information to make the best out of sticky situations that you hopefully never have to find you and your fur kids in. Some of the topics that were touched on in the last ACCESS First Aid class included what is safe for you to consume but unsafe for pets to consume. Did you know that although you may enjoy a lovely steaming cup of coffee with your morning newspaper, caffeine is one of the most dangerous toxins dogs can ingest? This is because coffee and teas can contain theobromine, which can cause irregular heartbeat, seizures and death! You will learn things like how to decipher when it could be necessary for you to take your dog to seek Veterinary council vs. administering medication and techniques on your own, and simple restraint ideas.
If you don’t want to miss out on this wonderful opportunity, make sure to RSVP to ACCESS ASAP!
Please remember we want to make sure that all those attending walk on two legs–please leave all four legged friends at home! This First Aid class is FREE to the public but there is a LIMIT of only 50 seats available, and light refreshments will be provided.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-364-1660.