How to save your pet from common hazards?
What you'll learn
- Learn about the most common hazards that pets and their dedicated owners encounter. Learn how to prevent those and how to help your pet in case they happen.
- Course topics: Poisonings, Fractures, Neurological emergencies, Anemia and bleeding, Hyperthermia and hypothermia, and CPR.
- You just need to LOVE animals and have an interest in their making their lives better.
- The course is in English with subtitles (CC)
This five parts video course was prepared for real animal lovers who want to know more about the common hazards that our pets encounter.
In this course, you will learn how to prevent those and what to do if they do occur.
The course covers the following subjects:
Lesson one: Poisonings.
In this lesson, we will go through the most common ones, such as Anti-freeze liquid poisoning, food poisoning, common household plant poisoning, medication poisoning, and more.
Lesson two: Fractures.
Fractures are rather common in pets. In this video, we will go through the most common causes of fractures, the processes that may lead to bone fractures, and what should be done if an animal is suspected of having fractured a bone.
Lesson three: Anemia and bleeding.
There most common causes of anemia and bleeding are discussed in this video, and how these can be diagnosed, prevented, and treated.
Lesson four: Neurological emergencies.
Some pets don’t show any symptoms before going into a serious seizure.
Every pet owner should know what to do if this neurological emergency situation starts all out of a sudden.
Lesson five: Choking, hypothermia and hyperthermia, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Our last video contains a few important topics:
What to do if my pet looks like it is choking?
What are the dangers of exposure to extreme temperatures?
And finally, it can be life-saving to know how to perform CPR on your pet.
Enjoy the course
Who this course is for:
- Any animal lover who likes to learn how to prevent dangerous situations for his or her pet.
Hi, my name is Amir.
I'm a certified veterinary surgeon since 2001. Every day I see patients of all kinds: dogs, cats, and exotics.
On top of being a veterinarian, I love sharing my knowledge and experience with pet owners and so improving the lives of animals.
I hope you will enjoy the course
Dr. Amir Maurer-Broide, DVM