How do you serve precious pets?

  • Pet First Aid Training

What part of the animal kingdom do you serve?

  • Cats
  • Dogs

What licensing do you have?

  • Business License

On a scale of snail to elephant, what size animals do you work with?

  • 20-39 lbs
  • 40-79 lbs
  • under 20 lbs

Pet Certifications

  • American Red Cross Pet First Aid and CPR Certified
  • Certified Professional Animal Care Operator
  • PetCPR+ Pet CPR Certification
  • ProTrainings Pro Pet Hero First Aid & CPR Certified

Cat-astrophes happen! What is your cancellation policy?

  • Flexible

Which part of the country do you serve pets?

florida

What year did you begin serving pets?

2006

What tip would you give pet parents for working with animals that you've learned as a pro?

If your dog has a pulse but is not breathing, you can perform artificial respiration. In humans, it is mouth to mouth. In dogs and cats and puppies, it is mouth to snout. If your dog or cat does not have a pulse, you will need to do CPR, or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, which is a combination of artificial respiration and chest compressions. How far you go down for compressions or squeezes depends on the size of your cat, puppy or dog. Learn more at https://cprflorida.net/app/webroot/files/review_document/petcprandfirstaidstepsbycprflorida2021.pdf

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How do you serve precious pets?

  • Pet First Aid Training

What part of the animal kingdom do you serve?

  • Cats
  • Dogs

What licensing do you have?

  • Business License

On a scale of snail to elephant, what size animals do you work with?

  • 20-39 lbs
  • 40-79 lbs
  • under 20 lbs

Pet Certifications

  • American Red Cross Pet First Aid and CPR Certified
  • Certified Professional Animal Care Operator
  • PetCPR+ Pet CPR Certification
  • ProTrainings Pro Pet Hero First Aid & CPR Certified

Cat-astrophes happen! What is your cancellation policy?

  • Flexible

Which part of the country do you serve pets?

florida

What year did you begin serving pets?

2006

What tip would you give pet parents for working with animals that you've learned as a pro?

If your dog has a pulse but is not breathing, you can perform artificial respiration. In humans, it is mouth to mouth. In dogs and cats and puppies, it is mouth to snout. If your dog or cat does not have a pulse, you will need to do CPR, or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, which is a combination of artificial respiration and chest compressions. How far you go down for compressions or squeezes depends on the size of your cat, puppy or dog. Learn more at https://cprflorida.net/app/webroot/files/review_document/petcprandfirstaidstepsbycprflorida2021.pdf