What happens if your
dog chokes on a toy or gets a bad cut during a walk? A pet CPR and first aid
class will be held Jan. 26 at Barkfield Road Dog Treats and Specialty
Products in East Northport. The class will teach
pet owners how to prevent and treat injuries
pet injuries. Robyn Elman, President of In Home Pet Services, Inc., who is a
certified ‘Pet Tech’ Instructor in the Tri-state area, is offering the class on
pet life-saving from 3:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Using a life sized
stuffed animal dog, this class will teach participants how to: restrain an
injured or ill pet; CPR and rescue breathing; bleeding injuries; cold weather
element injuries; winter dangers to pets and how to prevent them; bandaging;
insect bites and much more.
The class is $79 per
person. To register, individuals can call Carol Andersen at Barkfield Road
Dog Treats & Specialty Products at (631)
651-9292. The class is for humans only.