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Love Pets? This is for you! By subscribing you will learn how to care for your Pet during an emergency. Eric"Odie"Roth author of K9 MEDIC UNLEASHED and Dr Lisa Booth DVM will be covering a variety of subjects as it pertains to Pet care. Podcasts will include actual case studies and we will have special guests to the podcast to talk about all things pets. We also do some product reviews to make sure you are purchasing the very best for your beloved pet. By subscribing or taking one of our online courses you will have taken your first steps to be prepared as we will give you the tools to be confidant to handle any emergency involving your beloved pet. We look forward to having you be a part of the K9Educators family! Online course information can be found at www.K9Educators.com

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Love Pets? This is for you! By subscribing you will learn how to care for your Pet during an emergency. Eric"Odie"Roth author of K9 MEDIC UNLEASHED and Dr Lisa Booth DVM will be covering a variety of subjects as it pertains to Pet care. Podcasts will include actual case studies and we will have special guests to the podcast to talk about all things pets. We also do some product reviews to make sure you are purchasing the very best for your beloved pet. By subscribing or taking one of our online courses you will have taken your first steps to be prepared as we will give you the tools to be confidant to handle any emergency involving your beloved pet. We look forward to having you be a part of the K9Educators family! Online course information can be found at www.K9Educators.com

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English

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303-916-9190


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Episode 23- Pet Photography and what you need to know!

10/27/2023
Professional pet photography allows you to have high-quality images of your pet to cherish for years to come. From candid shots to posed portraits, a professional photographer can capture the unique personality and spirit of your pet in a way that phone snapshots just can't match. In this episode of To Save a Pet's Life, we speak with pet photographer Bonnie Sindlar. We discuss the benefits of hiring a professional, finding the right location for shoots, and debunking photography stereotypes. Check out the directory Happily Ever Photo for pet photographers and find the perfect Photographer! You can find the Photographer directory at the following link: http://www.happilyeverphoto.com/ If you have a topic or a story to share please reach out as we would love to hear from you. K9Educators.com. We are also now offering an Advanced K9 Trauma Course! Until next time!

Duration:00:35:33

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Episode 22: Tales of a Vet Nurse

8/22/2023
Join me as I get the pleasure to spend time with Jade Pengelly. Jade is a registered veterinary nurse from New Zealand and has recently published the book "Tales of a Vet Nurse." Jade is hoping to inspire more veterinary nurses and veterinary technicians to share their stories and viewpoints within the veterinary industry. She has great passion promoting the veterinary nursing/technician industry, and shares how valuable vet nurse and vet techs are to the profession. Jade wants other vet nurses and technicians to feel proud and inspired by their career choice, especially when it comes with so many ups and downs. You can follow Jade on instagram: Tailsofavetnurse or by visiting https://www.instagram.com/talesofavetnurse You can purchase a copy of her book at: https://www.harpercollins.com.au/9781775542179/tales-of-a-vet-nurse/ Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit: K9Educators.com

Duration:00:40:58

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Episode 21: Life of a Groomer

3/9/2023
In this episode I spend some time with one of my former students Abby Davis. Abby has quite the passion and during one training course actually got blisters on her hands attempting revive my CPR manikins. Abby is now a professional groomer and will talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly side of grooming and how she ended up in this career field. Until next time- Never let fear be larger than your purpose!

Duration:00:19:47

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Episode 20 - An interview with an Inmate.

6/21/2022
Dog-training programs (DTPs) are the most common type of prison-based animal programs (Furst, 2006). The first successful prison-based animal program in the United States unintentionally began in 1975 at the Lima State Hospital in Ohio, when an inmate adopted an injured bird (Strimple, 2003). The staff noticed a change in the behavior of inmates on the ward, which led them to allow an animal therapy program. It was found that inmates in the ward with animals needed 50% less medication, fewer attempted suicides, and there was less violence compared to a control group of inmates that did not have access to animals (Britton and Button, 2005; Harkrader, Burke, and Owen, 2004). There have been 290 facilities across the 50 states in America that have implemented DTPs. DTPs have been around since 1981 when the first program was implemented at the Washington State Corrections Center for Women, because the program’s founder, Sister Pauline Quinn, recognized the therapeutic power of dogs when a dog helped her recover from psychiatric issues herself (Kohl and Wenner, 2012). The specific goals and objectives of each program may vary. However, the overall goals are to reduce recidivism and improve behavior among participants. Improving the behavior of participants can ultimately contribute to the rehabilitation effectiveness. In this episode we will interview an inmate and talk about the program. Special thanks to Domestic-PUPS in Nebraska for allowing us to recored this interview.

Duration:00:16:45

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Episode 19: A trip back in time to define my WHY!

7/9/2021
Your "WHY" is a statement of purpose that describes why you do the work you do and the why you live the lifestyle you do. In this episode we will travel back in time and talk about an incident that happened many years ago and that helped define my why. In this episode we will visit with my previous neighbor Cassi Toth as we recall the events of that day. You can't plan when an emergency will happen, however you can plan for an emergency. Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit: K9Educators.com Original music by Savfk (www.youtube.com/savfkmusic www.facebook.com/savfkmusic)

Duration:00:15:53

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Episode 18: Dogs and Fireworks - Part II

6/23/2021
It is that time of year again! BOOM BOOM BANG! Dogs experience the world through their senses — nose, eyes, ears. The typical Fourth of July celebration can be overwhelming to them. In Episode 5 we talked about simple strategies for dog owners. We have asked Dog trainer Jennifer Skiba from Namastay training to come back to the show to dig in a little deeper. We hope you enjoy the episode! To speak with Jennifer she can be contacted at: www.namastaytraining.com

Duration:00:38:11

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Episode 17: How Obedience Training Can Benefit Medical Situations with Your Dog

1/23/2021
In this episode we talk with professional dog trainer Sam Williams. Sam talks about the importance of obedience training in a variety of setting including when you need to apply a first aid technique to your dog. Sam also talks about the difference between desensitization and training. "When you get a puppy, five minutes of your day should be spent desensitizing to touch and sound. This should be an uncomfortable experience turned positive" says Williams. Are you looking to be certified in K9 First-aid and CPR? Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM. as this class gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments including: Safety Practices, Preparation for Pet Sitting, How to care for Pets on the job. How to identify trouble when walking dogs. Medication Administration. First-aid Kits, Normal Vitals Signs, Dog Behavior, How to Restrain and Muzzle, Bleeding Control, Tail Wounds, Bleeding Ears, Eye Injuries, Pad Injuries, Puncture Wounds, Lameness, Dog Fights, Vomiting, Seizures, Diabetes, Heat and Cold Emergencies, Abdominal Wounds, Broken Toe Nails, Electrical Injuries, Snakes, Skunks, Scorpions, Bite Safety with Children. There is special attention to Choking, Bloat, Dog Behavior, CPR, and Poisons. Cat specific includes: Flea Checks, How to Muzzle and Scruff a Cat. How to pill a Cat. Eye Drops and Insulin shots. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Cost $75 Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:46:26

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Episode 16: Andee, The 3 Legged Deaf Dog.

10/13/2020
Join myself and trainer Sam Williams as we dedicate this episode to Andee the three legged deaf dog. My Guest Sam started working with horses at a young age and her love for animals has lead her to have a passion for training protection dogs. She also enjoys decoy work and is involved in many dog sports. At only 10 months old Andee an American Pit Bull Terrier has faced insurmountable challenges and continues to display a desire to live and thrive when most would say all hope was lost. You will hear this heartwarming story how Andee is recovering from being hit by a car not once, but twice and listen how she is adjusting to being deaf and the challenges she faces in the future. Andee is needing a MRI at the price of $3500. If you can help or would like to contribute to Andee's care you can send a donation through PayPal at: Bridgestohome@gmail.com Be sure to Say it is for Andee. You can find more information by visiting:www.Bthnm.org or contact Sam Williams directly at: Salmnwilliams@gmail.com K9 Educators will be donating 50% of all classes through the month of November 2020 to help provide for Andee's care. Be sure to use promo code: Andee. You can register for a course today by visiting: www.K9Educators.com Thank you for listening and subscribing. Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM. as this class gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments including: Safety Practices, Preparation for Pet Sitting, How to care for Pets on the job. How to identify trouble when walking dogs. Medication Administration. First-aid Kits, Normal Vitals Signs, Dog Behavior, How to Restrain and Muzzle, Bleeding Control, Tail Wounds, Bleeding Ears, Eye Injuries, Pad Injuries, Puncture Wounds, Lameness, Dog Fights, Vomiting, Seizures, Diabetes, Heat and Cold Emergencies, Abdominal Wounds, Broken Toe Nails, Electrical Injuries, Snakes, Skunks, Scorpions, Bite Safety with Children. There is special attention to Choking, Bloat, Dog Behavior, CPR, and Poisons. Cat specific includes: Flea Checks, How to Muzzle and Scruff a Cat. How to pill a Cat. Eye Drops and Insulin shots. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Cost $75 Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:21:54

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Episode 15: Turn Back Blow- An interview with author Roger O. Williams

8/11/2020
In this podcast I am with Roger O. Williams, author of Turn Back Blow! Roger who was born in Jamaica took on animal cruelty single-handedly in his country. As a boy, he saw many dogs got poisoned, kicked and stoned for various reasons. In 2013 he decided to write his first novel (titled: Turn Back Blow) He wanted to bring awareness and show to his fellow Jamaican people--and other people from the Caribbean as well--that animals have feelings too, and to also show them the importance of animal and human friendship. The book has opened many people's eyes on the issue. The book has literally saved many animals from getting hurt. His passion for writing this book came with heavy repercussions and sacrificed friendships who felt he shouldn't have written such book. He states "No one is going to scare me from highlighting a much needed issue". He also states that whenever he is on the streets of Jamaica, it's like animals--especially dogs and cats--can sense that I wrote the book for them. Roger is first author from the Caribbean to write such book as It has raised awareness of animal cruelty. The book is not graphic in nature and has excellent reviews on Amazon: You purchase the book here: https://amzn.to/2Nm5uFc Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:36:29

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Episode 14: Water Intoxication

8/3/2020
Join us in this case study involving Dog owner Susan Paulson. Susan lost her dog Kinetic to water intoxication, also known as Hyponatremia. Hyponatremia is a relatively rare but potentially fatal condition that is most commonly seen in dogs that love to play in the water. They tend to ingest large quantities of water very quickly. It can also happen when they “catch” pressurized water from sprinklers or hoses. Excessive amounts of water cause the body to lose sodium. The body’s cells begin to fill with water and swell. If the cells in the brain swell, it can affect the central nervous system which can be fatal. You hear the term "Knowledge is power" If you are not trained in K9 First-aid and CPR it is time to get started! You too can save a life! Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM. as this class gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments including: Safety Practices, Preparation for Pet Sitting, How to care for Pets on the job. How to identify trouble when walking dogs. Medication Administration. First-aid Kits, Normal Vitals Signs, Dog Behavior, How to Restrain and Muzzle, Bleeding Control, Tail Wounds, Bleeding Ears, Eye Injuries, Pad Injuries, Puncture Wounds, Lameness, Dog Fights, Vomiting, Seizures, Diabetes, Heat and Cold Emergencies, Abdominal Wounds, Broken Toe Nails, Electrical Injuries, Snakes, Skunks, Scorpions, Bite Safety with Children. There is special attention to Choking, Bloat, Dog Behavior, CPR, and Poisons. Cat specific includes: Flea Checks, How to Muzzle and Scruff a Cat. How to pill a Cat. Eye Drops and Insulin shots. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Cost $75 Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:09:00

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Episode 12: Blue Green Algae

8/1/2020
Last summer, the news shocked dog owners across social media: three dogs died after playing in a pond in Wilmington, North Carolina, while another died after a swim in Lake Allatoona, Georgia, and three different dogs died after playing in a lake in Austin. What led to the deaths of all seven dogs? Likely, liver failure was brought on by ingesting water contaminated with toxic blue-green algae. Learn about this potent toxin and how to recognize the signs of intoxication and more importantly just how to keep your dog safe! Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:07:50

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Episode 11: Make your Dog Tilt Their Head

7/21/2020
We often get questions on why puppies do this. In puppies their eyesight is not developed yet so they twist their head to see what sounds hit what ear so they can turn and focus with their more developed eyesight or in older dogs it may be an unfamiliar sound. I put this to the test and found a sound bite that had great results with my labradoodle Hank. Have fun and see if it works!

Duration:00:02:31

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Episode 10: Hunting Dogs with Dan Ponce

7/21/2020
In this episode our instructor Dan Ponce will talk about hunting dogs! Hunting dogs are on the move and things can happen fast as dogs are exposed with many threats to their health and safety. Hazards are at every turn and can include barbed wire, porcupines, skunks, ticks, bees, other animals or even traps set for other animals. Fixed objects such thick brush and sharp sticks that can impale and stumps that can cause dislocations. The weather can also play a signifiant role that that can cause overheating or hypothermia and the effects of cold water and ice. Learn how to keep your hunting companion safe for the upcoming season. Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence and be well prepared to handle any emergency involving your dog. The Dog Owners course covers over 35 First Aid segments and cost is only $45. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:29:02

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Episode 9: Saving a Service Dogs Life

7/20/2020
In this episode I will speak with Riley Mers. As a child Riley developed a dangerous food allergy to peanuts and spent her childhood with her service dog Rock'O. Her allergies were so sever she still has a scar on her foot from a time when a peanut shell slipped into her sandal at the park, burning her skin like an acid. Rock'O was trained to detect peanuts and keep her safe. Riley will also talk about what it was like growing up with a service dog and also some of the frustrations with "fake" service dogs. Amazingly at age 10 Riley returned the favor and saved a life as she preformed life saving skills to another service dog when he cut his leg to the bone from a plastic swimming pool. She controlled bleeding, muzzled the dog and even checked his pulse. Please join me for this inspiring podcast. Riley learned the skills by taking our K9 First-aid and CPR course. We offer the same course Riley attended online! Visit www.K9Educators.com and join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course will give you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:24:17

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Episode 8: Water Hemlock - Poison

7/14/2020
Water hemlock is a highly poisonous plant found in many areas of North America and in parts of Europe. Ingestion of even a small amount can be lethal to your dog. Water Hemlock is thought to be the most poisonous range plant on the continent and exposure to the plant comes with a guarded prognosis. Learn about the plant and more importantly how to keep your dog safe! Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:05:37

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Episode 7: Vaseline and Dogs

7/10/2020
The good old question- Can I use Vaseline on my dog? We answer that question and dig into some alternatives. According to dermatologist Dr. Alan Dattner, the founder of HolisticDermatology.com, the components of oil removed during the making of petroleum jelly are, in some cases, canceer causing. While Vaseline itself, is highly refined and purified and classified as non-carcinogenic, the same is not known about all other brands. Stay away from any products that you can not determine if it is non-carcinogenic. Always consult your Veterinarian for any skin issues your pup my be having. Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:05:52

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Episode 6: Dogs and Seat Belts

7/1/2020
Dwayne Caruth founder of Big Dog Seat Belt Company joins author Eric "Odie" Roth to talk seat belts and dog's. There are many things you should consider as more pet owners than ever are foregoing the kennel in favor of bringing their furry friends along on vacation and that means more time in the family sedan. In some states it is becoming law for your dog to have a seatbelt. A study by AAA and Kurgo conducted a study in 2011 and found 84 percent of pet owners don’t restrain their dogs on car trips. The force of an impact could kill both the dog and the car’s human occupants. Yet many of us drive around every day with our dogs just sitting on the back seat, or even on our laps. We hope to change that and it all starts today! Dwayne talks about how Big Dog Seat Belts are are made and the importance of choosing the right one for your pup. He talks about the materials he uses and the importance of crash testing and why to stay away from "freebies." He has also extended a discount when mentioning this podcast. Use promo code: K9MEDIC to get your discount and free shipping! Big Dog Seat Belt website: www.bigdogseatbelt.com Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:33:34

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Episode 5: Dogs and Fireworks- Strategies for Dog Owners!

6/22/2020
Is your dog stressed by fireworks? Fireworks are a fun and exciting way to celebrate holidays like Independence Day. For dogs, though, those loud booms and flashing lights aren’t so fun and are dog gone frightening! Fireworks bring a whole new set of fears as they are closer to the ground, accompanied by sudden booms, flashes and burning smells. Dogs experience the world through their senses — nose, eyes, ears. The typical Fourth of July celebration can be overwhelming to them. Fortunately, there are plenty of simple strategies for dog owners. We have asked Dog trainer Jennifer Skiba from Namastay training to join us as we’ve rounded up all the tips you need to help your pet have a successful holiday. We hope you enjoy the episode! To speak with Jennifer she can be contacted at: www.namastaytraining.com

Duration:01:04:04

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Episode 4: Foxtails in Dogs

6/19/2020
Every pet parent loves to see their dog run in grass. However, there are some wild grasses that dogs should stay away from. Foxtails are grasses with seed awns that are extremely dangerous to dogs. That’s because the awns on foxtails are barbed, razor-sharp needles, designed to burrow into the ground with the seed. However, they can also burrow through a dog’s skin and enter soft tissue where they can cause serious injury, infection and even death. Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:11:43

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Episode 3: Pet First-aid Kits: What you need to know!

6/15/2020
Eric "Odie" Roth author of K9 MEDIC and Paramedic Dan Ponce talk about the importance of having a Pet-First-aid Kit, the top 10 principles when it comes to having a complete kit and will tell you how to receive a recommended Pet First-aid list for free! There are many emergencies that may arise at home involving our pets and in those moments it is important to be fully prepared in order to act quickly and effectively. Having the proper knowledge and skills to react in these situations will also help to alleviate much of the panic and stress pet owners often experience. These emergent issues can involve ingestion of a toxic food or chemical, an injured body part, choking or even cardiac arrest. Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years. Visit www.K9Educators.com to enroll in a course today!

Duration:00:15:38