Do YOU know how to help your pet in an EMERGENCY?
The Islip Town Fire & EMS Museum and Education Center will be hosting a fundraiser Advanced Pet First Aid training class on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021 from 12-3 PM.
This is a HANDS-ON training class (no boring slides or video) taught by a 30 year seasoned EMS provider and educator (our museum historian who teaches this in his professional career capacity). The class reviews key basic skills (muzzling, CPR, etc.), teaches advanced life saving techniques and utilizes real world scenario based skills challenges to further reinforce the training through hands-on practice.
Geared for pet parents, pet care professionals (groomer, pet walker/sitter, kennel staff, vet tech) and animal rescue volunteers (no prior training or experience needed). A pre-requisite is that the student must have previously completed
a basic Pet CPR & First Aid class taught by Paws N Claws 911
(no other training program will be accepted) .
Registration fee is $55.00 with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the museum's daily operations/special projects, fee includes a 25+ page detailed handbook, certificate of completion (valid for 2 years) and an emergency muzzle.
Limited to 30 seats (every student gets their own demo animal & training props, no live pets permitted), pre-registration and payment required, secure your seats (up to 5 per registration) @ www.pawsnclaws911.com/register-online
Questions regarding this class can be addressed to Tom Rinelli @ 631-721-8129 (phone/text daily until 10 PM) or via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)