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Snake Bites Impact Cats and Dogs Differently

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By Arden Moore – Pro Pet Hero Instructor Director and Master Pet First Aid/CPR Instructor New Study Reveals That Snakes Bites Impact Cats and Dogs Differently Confronting an irked rattlesnake or other venomous snake is definitely a situation any person, dog or cat wishes to avoid. But a new study indicates that cats are twice as likely to survive a …

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The Dangers of a Commonly Found Toad to Your Dog

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By Arden Moore Pro Pet Hero Instructor Director and Master Pet First Aid/CPR Instructor Why Bufo Toads Are So Dangerous to Your Water-Loving Dog Looking for a safe place to exercise your dog with no crowds during these COVID-19 days? Lakes, rivers and ponds may seem like ideal options for your water-loving dog, but beware of a dangerous threat lurking …

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Can My Pets Get Coronavirus?

In Animal Health, cat cpr, cat first aid, Cats, Dog Behavior, Dog CPR, dog daycare owner, Dog Jobs, Dog Show, dog training, dog walker, Dogs, Parasites, pet care professional, pet cpr, Pet Death, Pet First Aid, Pet Industry, Pet Safety, vet tech, veterinarian by Cara Armour

I generally do not watch news stations but I am one of the millions of people that scroll through social media daily. I haven’t been able to go a day since at least January without hearing about the coronavirus, no doubt it is on everyone’s minds and now from watching the news, it’s all over there too. While we are …

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3 Human Foods Never to Give Your Dog

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By Arden Moore Master Pet First Aid/CPR Instructor What are three tasty people’s foods never to give your dog? There’s a reason dogs have earned the nickname: chowhounds. Many dogs investigate their worlds with their mouths. They will pop something in their mouth without thinking. They need us to help them make safe food choices. That’s why you need to …

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Californian First Responders Can Now Provide First Aid to Pets

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Providing Pet First Aid Used to be a Legal Issue Before Senate Bill No. 1305 was passed, first responders that offered first aid to pets could face legal issues and fines for performing veterinary care without a license. Pets are considered property and because we have quite a bit of emotion wrapped up in them, when things don’t go well, even …

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Lighting Strikes with Pets

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Lightning Strikes in Many – and Surprising – Ways By our master instructor, Arden Moore I am going to cherish each and every day with more gratitude. Why? Because on August 27, 2019, my dogs, Kona and Bujeau and I survived being struck and we could have been killed by lightning due to a sudden and strong thunderstorm. I also have …

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Outdoor Pet Events for Pet Professionals

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Should You Have a Booth at An Outdoor Pet Event? By Arden Moore our certified master pet first aid & CPR instructor  You know dog and maybe, cat. You are certified as a pet first aid instructor. And, possibly, you have also earned certifications in dog training, pet boarding, pet sitting, grooming, animal behavior or another pet field. Now, it’s …

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The Right Time to Give Hydrogen Peroxide to Your Pet

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Our very own Master Instructor from our Pet First Aid and CPR Instructor Course Arden Moore, attended the Cat Writers’ Association 25th Anniversary Conference and Awards Banquet in St. Louis, MO. She brought along her safety cat Casey who shares the spotlight with Dr. Jason Nicholas, The Preventive Vet, on the cautions associated with using hydrogen peroxide in dogs and cats. It …

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Is Hydrogen Peroxide Safe for Pets?

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By Arden Moore Certified Master Pet First Aid/CPR Instructor Spilling the Truth About Hydrogen Peroxide For years, the brown plastic bottle of hydrogen peroxide has been a familiar sight in first aid kits for people and for pets. Many people reached for a bottle of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide to disinfect skin wounds. The combination of hydrogen and oxygen molecules …

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5 Tips to Prepare Care for Your Pet in an Emergency

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Hopefully, most pet owners know to have first aid kits, disaster bags/go bags and carriers at the ready in case we need to evacuate with our pets, but do you have a plan if something happens to you and you need someone else to provide care for your animals? Here are some tips so that in the event of a …