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K9 First-aid and CPR Fundraiser Class for Lifeline Puppy Rescue
Join this class as we will be hosting a fundraiser for Lifeline Puppy Rescue. $25 of each person will go back to this great non-profit. Lifeline Puppy Rescue, a 501(c)3 non profit, was established in 1993 and is located in Brighton, CO. They save over 1,800 puppies a year from high kill shelters across the Rocky Mountain Region and each puppy will stay with the rescue until they find their forever home. Lifeline relies on it's fundraising efforts to help cover the cost of several large expenses including vaccinations, medications, spaying/neutering, other lifesaving veterinary care and shelter maintenance. One major fundraiser for the rescue is the Fire Rescue Dogs Calendar project which features firefighters from all over Colorado who graciously volunteer their time for the calendar to help raise awareness about pet adoption and pet safety. By also teaming up with K9 First Aid & CPR, this opens the door to another great opportunity to help spread the word about the importance pet safety in hopes that we can save even more lives. Complete a one day course in K9 CPR & First Aid. Attendees will learn all aspects of k9 emergency care, with lectures, demonstrations and hands on skills practice with a lifetime certificate included. is a must for any dog owner! Class is taught by Paramedics and includes a LIFETIME certificate! This Paramedic based material gives the students confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving their dog, they will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless. Class cost is $75.00 per person. Price includes a new copy of my book "K9 MEDIC" Each student will recieve a K9 First-aid and CPR wallet certification as part of the class. This card will allow you to take the class at anytime in the future at no charge. The class content covers over 20 First Aid items including: first aid kits, torn pads, dog fights, seizures, broken bones, electrical injuries, muzzling, and bleeding control and appropriate restraining of an injured animal. There is special attention to choking, bloat, and poisons. There are several hands on type skills and the relaxed open format is very conducive for learning. In the class we use high quality K9 CPR manikins where people actually preform “mouth to snout” breathing and compressions. A few reminders about the event: Please no dogs to this event. Service dogs are always welcome. This event has a full service restaurant and food and drink may be purchased. To register - please go my website (it's a separate registration than on this page): Not convinced? Read some of our reviews on Facebook at


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