ProTrainings is proud to announce the launch of a new program designed to help pet owners with everything between home and the vet. Pro Pet Hero is a pet first aid training program that covers a wide range of topics, from cat and dog CPR to how to build a first aid kit for your pets.
Pro Pet Hero is taught by Dr. Bobbi Conner, a veterinarian that is also a college professor. Covering over 40 topics with over an hour and a half of video-based instruction, our online course is the first time you’ll be able to take a pet first aid course wherever you are. With better than front of the classroom instruction, by a teacher that is always at the top of her game, you can watch and re-watch any of the videos, anytime.
Our course is also accredited by a few governing bodies, so if you’re a pet professional in need of continuing education credits, taking this course will help satisfy some of those credits as well. Our CEU awarding organizations includes the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, the National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors, and the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
Dog Walkers, Pet Sitters and other pet professionals will find a lot to love, gain confidence, and can show their clients that they’ve been pro-active and have the skills to keep their pets safe while in their care, and know what to do in their times of need.
Get started today at http://www.ProPetHero.com, and learn how to help your pet in an emergency.
So excited to see this, I am a pet sitter and have been searching for a course!
I hope that you enjoy it!
What can I say? Thank you!!!!!!
You’re welcome, Dr. Protagoras!
TO; WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU OFFER PET CPR/FIRST CLASSES IN ORANGE COUNTY CA I AM A PET SITTER ALSO I MIGHT BE WORKING IN A PET HOSPITAL SOON IN MY CITY AND HOW MUCH ARE YOUR CLASSES.
Hello Rhonda! This course is an online course, so go ahead and get started!
Great idea. Very large need for this information.
Thanks, Robert! I agree!
Yes I am interested in your course. Sadly, our beloved dog “Patty” a sweet 10 year old cockerspaniel, had a heart attack in the Oncology Vet’s Hospital. We had been consulting with Vet’s for 3 months . We believe she had an aggressive tumor that was in her salivary glands, and had just had an extensive review on options, treatments and injections. I had stepped out of the room to pay the bill as my husband waited with her. She just put her head down and was gone. He opened the door and said she was gone. As I returned to the room and held her the oncologist came rushing back and asked if we wanted her to try and treat her. I froze and asked my husband to make the decision. He said “no.” I was and will continue to be heartbroken for a very long time. I am a nurse and he is a doctor… she had a rough 4 days.. and we did not want her to suffer. Maybe I would have made a different choice if I was better informed and trained earlier… I found the right Vets too late in the progression of her illness.
Thank you for your course info.
Sadly, but most sincerely,