Seminar: Urgent Care for Dogs: To Vet, or Not to Vet

Urgent Care for Dogs is baack! If you’ve ever been up at 1am on a Friday, wondering whether your dog is sick enough to go to the ER, this course is for you. If you’ve ever watched your dog eat something toxic (cough, cough LABRADORS) and wondered whether and how to make him vomit, this class is for you. If you worry about BLOAT, and don’t know what it looks like or what to do about it, this class is for you!!!

Register with our office manager Brigitte, at (775) 453-5753, or brigitte@furfeatherworks.com to reserve your spot.

Part first aid course, part general medicine, part urgent care, this is the most comprehensive, educational, and fun first aid course you’ve ever taken – guaranteed! And it’s taught by a real veterinarian, who can answer medical questions.

gum refill time
pulse
temperature
bloat
heat stroke
seizures
poisoning
first aid
CPR
wound care
safe muzzling and restraint techniques

We will be using real dogs, stuffed dogs, and video for comprehensive learning and fun. Space is strictly limited to 20 participants, so please register early!

When: Saturday, March 24th at 1:00pm

Tuition: $85

Speaker: Betsy Phillips, DVM

Where: Fur and Feather Works’ Training Center
9475 Double R Blvd, Ste. B-12 (just North of the intersection of
Double R and South Meadows)

Space is strictly limited to 20 participants, so please don’t wait to reserve your spot! Register with our office manager Brigitte, at (775) 453-5753, or brigitte@furfeatherworks.com to reserve your spot.

*We will be working with real dogs, but please leave yours at home for this class.*

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