Host a Pet CPR and First Aid Certification Class

Host a Pet CPR and First Aid Certification Class

Would You Like to Host a Pet CPR and First Aid Certification Class at Your Location for the public or a private class for your staff, or group?   Choose from our PetCPR+, PetCPR+ Advanced, and our Lg Animal Emergency Certification classes Classes require a minimum of 6 or more paid participants however you do not need 6 people to book the class.  We will help you advertise the class to get people to attend. Hosts will receive one complimentary registration for classes of 8 or more Private and Public Classes Available Simply provide the space.  We bring our own equipment and supplies Visit our website for more information and to request a class

Spring Pet Photo Contest- Win $50 Pet First Aid Gift Pack

Spring Pet Photo Contest- Win $50 Pet First Aid Gift Pack

Click Here to Enter a Photo of Your Pet OR Vote on Your Favorite Pet Photo! Enter our photo contest today! Submit a photo of your pet in a springtime setting at the link below. Share the contest with your friends and family. Photo with the most votes/likes will win a Pet First Aid Gift Pack ($50 Value) including an AKC licensed Pet First Aid Kit, Printed copy of our Canine and Feline CPR and First Aid Manual and a respiratory barrier mask In celebration of Pet First Aid month we will award a Pet First Aid Gift Pack worth $50 to the photo submission with the most votes/likes. Upload your photo today and enter into the contest! 1 Winner  Winners will be selected based on how many people vote on an uploaded photo. So get your cameras out and take the perfect picture that shows your pet in a springtime theme. This contest is about getting people to like your photo and improve your chances to win… Make sure you share this contest with everyone you know and get your friends to like your photo! Please make note that the winner is primarily based on number of likes however final decision is that of the Contest Moderator. The number of votes on photo will improve your chances to be

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Pets: Your Child’s Best Learning Aide | petMD

Pets: Your Child’s Best Learning Aide | petMD

Maybe the focus for improving academic success shouldn’t be focused on where kids go to school. Maybe we should be looking at home, where our four-legged furry family members live, for clues on improving education. Read more. Source: Pets: Your Child’s Best Learning Aide | petMD

It’s a Dog’s Life- 4 Great Off-Leash Dog Parks Outside Denver

It’s a Dog’s Life- 4 Great Off-Leash Dog Parks Outside Denver

by Greg D’Andrea, Executive Director Pet Emergency Education, LLC As co-owners of Pet Emergency Education, LLC, a national Pet CPR and First Aid Certification company, my wife and I are, as one might expect, passionate about animals. We’re especially passionate about our constant companion, Cootie, a Jack Russel/Miniature Pinscher mix. Two years ago we moved from Rhode Island to Littleton, Colorado and quickly discovered that with so many great places to walk and hike with your pet, it really is a dog’s life here in Colorado. Although most places do require that you keep your 4-legged friend on a leash, there are plenty of places where they can run fast and free. Here are 4 (of many) exceptional off-leash dog parks located a short distance outside of Denver that we enjoy taking Cootie to. Wynetka Ponds Bark Park: This well maintained neighborhood dog park is conveniently located on the corner or W. Bowles and S. Lowell Blvd in Littleton. There are 2 spacious fenced in areas, with one side at a time closed to allow the grounds to recuperate from lots of activity.  Within the fenced in areas there are picnic tables, doggie drinking fountains and rubber fire hydrants for your dog to, well, you know. Oh, and poop bags are provided.  This park is great for socializing your pet

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