It's 11 PM on a Sunday night...you let your pet out for the final walk of the night. Suddenly you hear a commotion outside and your pet returns covered in blood after being attacked by a raccoon. Your vet's office is closed, the animal emergency hospital is ten miles away and your pet is bleeding profusely...
There is no Pet 9-1-1...
Do YOU know how to help your pet in an emergency?
A medical emergency or traumatic injury suffered by your
pet can be life threatening - unlike their human counterparts, you cannot simply dial 9-1-1 to get help in the event of an emergency. Veterinary medical offices typically maintain normal business hours and even animal emergency hospitals can be miles away...in an emergency, Every Second Counts!!
Learn the vital skills needed to help your pet in an an emergency, provide life saving treatment and safeguard them against further injury prior to reaching definitive veterinary medical care. Paws N Claws 911 is owned and operated by a thirty year seasoned provider of pre-hospital emergency medical services. A lifelong dog lover and owner, Tom has taken his vast education, training and field experience as a veteran pre-hospital emergency medical care provider and educator treating two legged patients to four legged patients, by adapting his highly interactive, hands-on teaching style to educate pet parents, pet care professionals and others in the techniques of Pet CPR and First Aid. Experience the difference of an instructor who has "been there, done that" having administered these life saving techniques to two and four legged patients in an emergency. There is no substitute for real world experience!!
This training is designed for anyone with an interest in "pawtecting" the safety and wellness of canine/feline pets.
The course content is delivered through a combination of lecture, demonstration and hands-on skills practice.
With a focus on hands-on skills practice to ensure proficiency and retention of the life saving skills taught, this
training is geared for Pet Parents, Pet Care Professionals (Groomer, Sitter/Walker, Vet Tech, Kennel Staff), Animal Rescue Volunteers and First Responders (NO prior training or experience is needed). Classes can be taught
almost anywhere including your home, office/place of business, school, animal shelter, firehouse or group meeting.
ANNOUNCING OUR NEW ONLINE TRAINING CLASSES!
As we monitor the phased re-opening of the states that we teach in, Paws N Claws 911
in an effort to meet the continued demand for our highly regarded hands-on Pet CPR
& First Aid training has modified our program to an online platform until such time as
we can physically return to the classroom (which we fully intend to do). Unlike traditional online learning which leaves the student on their own to interpret and (hopefully)
understand the material, our highly interactive approach provides students with
a live instructor who can clearly explain/demonstrate the skills and immediately
address any questions, concerns or skills remediation needs while presenting the information with the same "real world" approach we have established our reputation on.
This approach ensures the student's understanding, proficiency and retention of the life saving skills taught. Experience the difference of being taught by an instructor with thirty
years field experience in pre-hospital emergency medical care who has "been there,
done that" having administered and taught these life saving skills in an emergency.
There is no substitute for real world experience!
Our newest online training class - Pet First Aid for Kids!
Looking to register for a Pet CPR and First Aid class?
ONLINE TRAINING CLASSES
Pet CPR & First Aid - Wednesday 7/8, 10 AM-12:30 PM
Pet CPR & First Aid - Sunday 7/12, 12-2:30 PM
Pet CPR & First Aid - Wednesday 7/22, 7-9:30 PM
Pet First Aid for Kids - Saturday 7/25, 10-11:30 AM
Pet CPR & First Aid - Tuesday 7/28, 7-9:30 PM
Pet First Aid for Kids - Wednesday 7/29, 10-11:30 AM
Pet First Aid for Kids - Friday 7/31, 7-8:30 PM
Pet CPR & First Aid - Sunday 8/2, 3-5:30 PM (International Pet Sitters Connect)
Pet CPR & First Aid - Saturday 8/8, 10 AM-12:30 PM (Animal Protection Ctr. of SE MA)
Need to schedule an online class for your group or business? Contact us for details!
IN-PERSON TRAINING CLASSES
**All March-June in-person classes will be RESCHEDULED - stay tuned for updates**
Pet CPR & First Aid - Sunday 8/30, 9 AM-12 PM - Lincoln Park, NJ (Lincoln Park EMS)
Pet CPR & First Aid - Sunday 8/30, 1-4 PM - Lincoln Park, NJ (Lincoln Park EMS)
Pet CPR & First Aid - Sunday 9/13, 12-4 PM - Brewster, NY (Hudson Vly. GR Club)
Pet CPR & First Aid - Sunday 10/18, 12-4 PM - Morristown, NJ (Montville Animal Shelter)
Now booking our Summer/Fall class schedule - contact us to secure a prime date!
We are now scheduling open enrollment and fundraiser classes (in-person and online) throughout the Northeast (and beyond) for the 2020 calendar year. Contact us to receive
an e-mail update with our class schedule. If your group, organization or business is in
need of a class, we offer private lessons at no additional charge - call to schedule a class!
With high demand for our highly interactive training, we serve the Northeast US region (Metro New York/
New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Delaware) and
are willing to travel to other areas upon request (minimum number of students applies). We also now offer
our highly regarded hands-on training in an online format through the Zoom® platform.
Group discounts may be available (based on student minimum and class location). We offer simple, highly effective fundraiser classes (in-person and online format) for non-profit groups to earn funding without a labor/time/cost intensive effort ("Earn While You Learn"). Visit our Fundraising page for complete details!!
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"Pawtecting" Pets through Education and Training
Disclaimer: This training is not intended to replace veterinary medical care in the event of an emergency or regularly scheduled care. Please consult your primary veterinary medical care provider for guidance regarding your pet's health.