Ever felt like you’d love to take a crash course in veterinary medicine? Wondered whether your dog needs to go to the vet now, or if it can wait? We’ve got the class for you!
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
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!
Sunday, July 31st at 2:00pm
Presented by Betsy Phillips, DVM
class will be at Fur and Feather Works’ Training Center
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 by email.
*We will be working with real dogs, but please leave yours at home for this class.*
This was a fabulous workshop. All those nagging questions you always have when the furkid isn’t acting quite right. Situations I was not aware of and will certainly understand if it happens. I highly recommend this workshop for anyone with a dog. Dr. Phillips was informative, funny and approachable. Thank you Joanna for hosting and thanks to Dr. Phillips for the great first aid kit.
Thanks, Heather! We’ll offer it again in a few months!