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Learn K9 First-aid & CPR -Flood Fundraiser

100% of the profits will be donated. ALL students will also receive a free copy of my new book "K9 Medic" and a Pet certification card.

Doggie Depot has been an established dog daycare training business for over 10 years. Jonathan and Cailey are unique owners who utilize their true love for animals as a guiding principal for conducting their business. Doggie depot was significantly impacted with water damage inside and several feet of mud and debris in the outside dog play yards and the driveway to the business. In addition they lost their home, contents, personal belongings. They had no flood insurance for the business or for their home.
3 years ago the business suffered a fire which totally gutted their building and put them out of business for six months. Their persistence and love of their dogs helped them recover and reopen Doggie Depot. They are determined to overcome this latest tragedy and continue to provide their service to the North Boulder area.

Come learn how to take care of your dog in the event of an emergency. Instructor, Eric Roth is a paramedic for a busy 911 system and he has been teaching people how to save the life of their dog by using paramedic first aid techniques since 2010. In short he takes his world of a paramedic and shows you how to apply it to dogs. One thing the class gives to the students is confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving their dog, you will not only be prepared, but be able to provide care for the best possible outcome.

That alone can be priceless. Content covers over 20 first-aid items including, first aid kits, torn pads, dog fights, seizures, broken bones, electrical injuries, muzzling, and bleeding control. There is special attention to choking, bloat, and poisons.  Cost $75

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  • Eric 'Odie' R.

    I wanted to say thanks to all that attended. We have a lot of fun and the donations went to a great cause... THANKS

    October 26, 2013

  • Chris M

    I feel bad cause I've a family issue that came up and can't make it on time : (

    October 26, 2013

    • Eric 'Odie' R.

      Hi Chris... Sorry we missed you. I have 2 more classes scheduled til the end of the year. Just check the website at www.K9firstaidandcpr.com­

      October 26, 2013

  • Chris M

    Do I pay when I arrive to event? And can I use credit card at that time?

    October 4, 2013

    • Eric 'Odie' R.

      Www.k9cprandfirstaid.com­

      October 4, 2013

    • Eric 'Odie' R.

      HI Chris.. Yes, you can pay the day of the class with a credit card . You may also pay when you register online. You can register by going to www.K9firstaidandCPR.com­

      October 5, 2013

  • Buffy

    Hi Eric. :-) Feel free to post this on the Bernese site as well! Great info for a great cause! - Buffy

    September 30, 2013

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