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Pet First Aid & CPR Class - Asheville, Jan. 23

Screen Shot 2015-12-18 at 10.51.31 AMJoin other pet parents and pet professionals from the Asheville area for a pet first aid & CPR training class on Saturday, January 23 from 9:30 AM to 3 PM presented by Pet Tech Pet CPR & First Aid Training. This is the most comprehensive Pet First Aid & CPR training class available. 

In this class, you will learn through lecture and hands-on practice the skills to handle life-threatening situations you may find your pets in.  You will learn:  Pet First Aid, Pet CPR, Rescue Breathing, appropriate muzzling and restraining of a pet in danger, bleeding protocols, about poisoning, snake bites, heat & cold injuries and more. You will receive a training certificate good for 2 years.
Your instructor, Linda Edwards, is the owner of Nana’s Pet Sitting in Charlotte, NC, and a Pet Tech Master Instructor.  Since 2011, Linda has taught the Pet Tech training courses to hundreds of pet owners and pet professionals.
This class will be held in the Education Room of the Asheville Humane Society Adoption Center, 14 Forever Friend Lane, Asheville. The Adoption Center is located off Brevard and Pond Roads near the WNC Farmers Market.
Pre-registration is required. The cost of the class is $80. To register, print, complete, and mail the registration form with your check. Download the form below. If you have questions, please call Maripage Grubic at (828) 216-0161.


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