Advanced Pet First Aid Level 3 (VTQ)

137 videos, 6 hours and 55 minutes

Course Content

Welcome to this Advanced pet first aid video online course from ProTrainings Europe.

This course includes the standard canine first aid course and adds lots more information on different illnesses and injuries that you may come across. It also goes into more detail of some of the subjects covered on the standard course. This course is ideal for anyone who has already completed our standard course or people for whom this is their first course.

Before we start this course, we will first look at what will be covered during the training. The course is divided into categories and within each category are a number of videos. You can pause and re-watch any video on the course. We update our courses regularly and you will be able to see any replacement or new videos as they are released. This may be an online course but if you have any questions you can still contact us on 01206 805359, email us on support@protrainings.uk or use the online chat facility on any of our sites. More information can also be found at protrainings.uk.

You work through the videos in order and we'll now give you a summary of what will be covered: The first section covers the introduction vet and your role in first aid, keeping safe, protecting your home, hand hygiene and microchipping. The precautions and safety section looks at muzzles, gloves and approaching an injured animal. We then look at basic anatomy and physiology so you have an idea of how the body works. The next section looks at first aid kits and equipment so you have a better understanding of what equipment is available and how to use it. Checking your pet's health looks at gum colours, collecting a urine sample, how pets show pain and vital signs are covered in the next section. Next, we cover recovery position, CPR, drowning, near drowning, Oxygen use and choking.We then look at bleeding and dealing with catastrophic bleeding. We look at different conditions you may see like diarrhoea, vomiting, sneezing, vital signs and many more subjects to better understand your pet and be able to offer the correct treatment.The next sections we look at different injuries and the illnesses that could affect your pet.The final sections look at parasites. This course has approximately 5 and a half hours of videos.