First Aid for Pets
3.7 (49 ratings)
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First Aid for Pets

Be prepared for pet emergencies: build a first aid kit + learn what actions to take for a range of traumas and diseases.
3.7 (49 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
830 students enrolled
Last updated 3/2014
English
Current price: $16 Original price: $20 Discount: 20% off
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Includes:
  • 34 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
You'll learn how to identify and respond to different types of emergency scenarios; how to safely handle your pet when they are injured; and how to build your very own pet first aid kit
By the end of the course, you'll have the confidence to know how to best help your pet in case of an emergency
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Requirements
  • Basic cat and dog handling skills
  • Participants need to be comfortable around pets
  • Understand basic anatomy (where the chest, nose, throat are located)
Description

This course is run by our veterinarian, Dr Katherine, and will equip pet owners with the basic knowledge they need to help their pets in emergencies. It includes a series of explanatory videos, demonstrations with the one and only Delilah the Pitbull, and printable instructions for assembling your own pet-friendly first aid kit at home. We've thrown in a few quizzes to help with learning, too! Dr Katherine will conduct live sessions to take questions and respond to comments about the material. Please note that this is not intended to replace veterinary advice and you should always seek veterinary attention in case of emergency.

Who is the target audience?
  • Pet owners
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 12 Lectures Collapse All 12 Lectures 33:59
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Build Your Own Pet First Aid Kit
2 Lectures 06:16

Learn what essential items to include in your pet's first aid kit.

Preview 05:38

Items for your first aid kit
3 questions
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Safe Ways to Handle Injured Pets
1 Lecture 02:20

Learn how to handle injured animals in ways that minimizes further hurt, or danger to you.

Preview 02:20

The do's and dont's of handling injured animals
4 questions
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Responding to Emergencies
6 Lectures 17:09

Give your pet the best chance of survival by learning how to respond to a range of emergency conditions and symptoms.

Preview 02:25

Give your pet the best chance of survival by learning how to respond to a range of emergency conditions and symptoms.

Symptoms: skin problems, limping, and fractures
01:55

Give your pet the best chance of survival by learning how to respond to a range of emergency conditions and symptoms.

Preview 02:02


Symptoms: collapse, shock, and heatstroke
03:17

Poisonings and inappropriate ingestions
02:28

What to do in case of emergency
8 questions
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Poisonous Food and Household Items
3 Lectures 08:14

Know which foods can be toxic to pets and save trips to the emergency clinic!

Dangerous food for pets
04:43

Know which common household items can be dangerous for pets so you can keep them out of trouble!

Dangerous household items
03:10

Food and household items to avoid
6 questions

Conclusion
00:21
About the Instructor
Dr Katherine  van Ekert Onay
3.7 Average rating
49 Reviews
830 Students
1 Course

Dr Katherine is a veterinarian, and director of Animal Consultants International. She has worked as a veterinarian in various mixed and small animal practices, including the RSPCA, as well as a veterinarian for the Victorian state government in Australia. She has also trained local veterinarians surgical skills and vaccination programs abroad, and performs veterinary outreach services for the homeless at VetSOS, and the Pryor Foundation, working with underprivileged youth.