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Field First Aid For Working Dogs - Free Mini Course

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In this free mini-course you will learn what you need to carry in a first aid kit for a  working dog. This short course was created by Senior Vet Sophie Bell who specialises in Emergency and Critical Care. 

What Our Members Thought:

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Very Informative Video

Very informative video and I can now put together my first aid kit.

Kath Y
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Refreshed My Memory

it refreshed my memory, thank you!!

Laurence V
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A Useful Guide

A useful guide to providing emergency medical back- up for my dog. Thank you.

Caroline R
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Very useful

Grania Q
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Excellent Video

Excellent and very interesting video thank you

Emma P
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Will definitely improve my first aid kit

Extremely useful. Will definitely improve my first aid kit.

Sandra G
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  • Really great masterclass – Thank you. Lots of things to go on and perhaps take things back quite a bit. Unable to download the checklist though?

  • Amazing video, we have done some place board training and this will help us progress further, definitely adding this to my Magic Month Planner 🙂

  • this lady is the reason i love this sport – so safe and passionate – she taught me gun but i fell in love with the ground crew !

  • Absolutely loved the masterclass with Claire Denyer. She has such a straightforward, encouraging style. Clear and easy steps to follow that make you feel that you can achieve success with your dog however challenging it may initially seem. Love the socialisation checklist, quite a few things on it that I hadn’t thought of. Will definitely be working though it with my pup. Looking forward to learning more from Claire in the future. X

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