PAWSITIVE TOUCH CANINE MASSAGE 250.802.9957
In light of COVID-19, health and safety protocols have been put in place to ensure
proper sanitation and physical distancing. In addition, class sizes have been reduced.
A list of COVID-19 protocols will be e-mailed to you upon confirmation of class.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND STAY HEALTHY.
As you know, BC has implemented a COVID-19 vaccination passport, and starting September 13, 2021, there will be requirements for proof of vaccination for group meetings (until at least January 31, 2022).
After investigating the guidelines, Walks ‘N’ Wags has determined that Pet First Aid courses need to follow the “Proof of Vaccination” requirements.
The BC government states that in order to attend class,
“By October 12, you must be fully vaccinated with 2 doses.”
Learn more about these guidelines, if you wish, here:
Thank you for your understanding.
Some of the topics covered in the Walks ‘N’ Wags Pet First Aid certificate course include:
CPR and Artificial Respiration Bleeding & Other Wounds
Bone & Joint Injuries Choking Skills
Heat Stroke, Frostbite and Hypothermia Poisoning Parasites
Medical Conditions Eye and Ear Injuries Burns
Restraining and Transporting Injured Animals and MORE!
* Our course is applicable to both dog AND cat owners.
* We encourage participants to work with their own LIVE pets to further develop their new skills!
(There may be up to 4 dogs approved per class, but if you do not wish to practice on live animals,
there are stuffed animals available at all times.)
* There are CPR DOG MANNEQUINS to practice Artificial Respiration (AR) and Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR) to provide a realistic learning experience!
* You receive an extensive, user-friendly manual and a “quick pocket guide” to keep in your purse or
* You receive a certificate upon course completion of the 10 hour course, valid for 3 years.
* Walks 'N' Wags instructors have various backgrounds including professional pet care, human first
aid, boarding facilities, pet stores and rescue organizations.
* Our courses are informative, interactive and FUN!
*** NOTE: Pet First Aid is NOT a substitution for veterinary care. ***
Registration form must be filled out and approved. If space allows, the payment total will be e-mailed, payment will be accepted by Pawsitive Touch Canine Massage and then an invoice will be issued.
The preferred payment method is by e-transfer, e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
**Registration is not complete until full payment has been received.**
Please inquire with PTCM if you require alternate payment arrangements.
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You are required to attend the full 10 hours of class to receive your certificate. This includes demonstrating your learned practical skills and receiving a passing mark on your written knowledge assessment.
Classes are held at Nanaimo Pet Services at 4512 Wellington Road
Remember to wear comfortable clothing as you will be practicing on CPR dog mannequins and live dogs (or stuffed animals) on the floor.
Dogs are welcome if registered ONLY. There is a maximum of 4 dogs allowed to be registered. Your dog must be obedient, relatively calm, quiet and sociable with other dogs and people, as they will be handled by multiple people for demonstrations. Your dog must also be healthy and up-to-date on vaccines. Pawsitive Touch Canine Massage reserves the right to send any dog home if she/he is felt to be disruptive or unsuitable for the class. Pawsitive Touch Canine Massage and/or Walks ‘N’ Wags Pet First Aid and/or Nanaimo Pet Services do NOT assume liability should damage and/or injury be caused by your dog. WNW Pet First Aid covers information on cats, but due to the environment, we regret that cats are unable to be used as demo animals in classes.
There will be a short lunch break, please pack a lunch for yourself or bring money to purchase lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Mobile service based out of Nanaimo, BC
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