Canine First Aid Workshop
Saturday October 19th
There is nothing more frightening than watching a loved one suffer and not knowing how to help.
This also applies to our injured or unwell pets.
However, you can do something about this. Our fantastic Canine and Feline First Aid Workshop covers all of the important aspects that will ensure you are prepared and knowledgeable in what to do in the case of an emergency.
If you work professionally with cats or dogs it is simply foolish to run your business without appropriately trained animal first aid responders on site at all times.
This fantastic one day workshop is not to be missed by animal lovers and professionals alike.
Our tutor is the very respected Dr Megan Kenny.
Dr. Megan Kenny is a professional veterinary surgeon at Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital with a special interest in behaviour.
Megan did her under graduate degree in zoology at Michigan State University and completed her bachelors of veterinary science.
She then followed that with graduate school and received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Michigan State University
Megan has studied in Africa and India specifically in conservation medicine and population management.
Megan has also completed internships in surgery and reproductive medicine
She began practicing in the US focusing on small animal medicine and surgery. After this she moved to Ireland and started to work at Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital.
Approaching and Injured Animal
Dealing with Choking Dogs
Communicating with the Vet
and much more.
ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION
All attendees who successfully pass the end of day assessment will receive a certificate from Creedons College to proudly display on their wall, and to show potential employers that you have committed yourself to continued education, and dedication to ensuring you provide animals in your care with the very best.
Assessment will involve an informal role play, and a pop quiz.
All information and material will be provided by the College.