As we have discussed during this training, all course materials for all the classes you are eligible to teach are located in the instructor portal. You receive access to the portal in your profile after you graduate this program. Anytime we add a new class or update a PowerPoint or e-book you will be able to download them from the Instructor Portal.
Disclaimer for all classes: Our classes in no way will teach how to administer veterinary care; they are introductory emergency first aid courses for pet owners and animal professionals to learn how to manage a medical emergency until veterinary care can be ascertained.
Medication Policy: Instructors are not allowed to discuss medications, prescriptions, over the counter medications nor any home remedies in our classes. Recommending or giving any advice about drugs, remedies or dosages is a liability. If someone uses the information you provide about these topics with their pet and the pet sustains serious injury, or even death, you are legally responsible. Also, states have laws called Practice Acts that dictate that only a licensed veterinarian can prescribe or advice on drugs and medications.
E-books- Click on this link to access the E-book for the Canine and Feline CPR and First Aid Course. Content from this E-book may appear on quizzes and exams throughout the remainder for this course.
E-books are copyrighted and protected as proprietary material. Under now circumstances is anyone allowed to use our E-books and PowerPoints for any purpose other than teaching one of our classes under our jurisdiction.
The PetCPR+ Certification program is designed to train the participant in canine and feline CPR and First Aid. It is our foundation animal CPR training that is ideal for anyone who loves animals including animal professionals, obedience trainers, kennel staff, pet retailers, pet sitters, animal shelter staff/volunteers, rescue personnel, groomers, First Responders, Fire/EMT and pet owners. It provides the participant an overview of what to do in an emergency situation with their pet prior to getting veterinary care.
Topics covered in this class will include safe handling, restraint and transportation of sick and/or injured pets, obtaining vital signs and assessing an emergency situation, how to determine if an animal is experiencing a medical emergency, how to manage common medical emergencies including shock, allergic reactions, burns, wounds and bandaging, trauma, poisoning, choking and more. Participants will learn how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation using the most current veterinary endorsed methods. This is our most popular class.