The knowledge to keep yourself and a sick or injured animal safe
22 in-depth topics on the most common emergency situations
Step-By-Step Instructions to help your dog in any emergency
How to prevent serious complications by taking the right actions
What you should, but also what you shouldn't do in each situation
Understand how to talk with the vet and inform them the situation so they can prepare accordingly
Advanced Canine Education is the fastest growing educational platform for dog owners. They donate 10% of every course enrollment to animal shelters & animal rights organisations
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Lesson 1: Personal Safety & First Aid Kit
You'll learn the 8 basic rules for safety & security when handling sick or injured animals and you'll learn to assemble your own dog first aid kit.
Lesson 2: Poisoning
Do you know what to do when your dog got poisoned? Most people don't. Knowing what to do will decrease the likelihood of a fatal outcome.
Lesson 3: Heat Stroke
On a warm summer day, dogs can easily overheat. This can turn into an extremely deadly event. Knowing how to cool down your dog and monitor the vital signs is of utmost importance.
Lesson 4: Diarrhea & Vomiting
Most of the time, diarrhea is nothing to worry about. But when should you seek professional help, and how do you ease the discomfort of your best friend? Lesson 4 teaches you all of it.
Lesson 5: CPR
CPR, also known as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, is the procedure you do when your dog's heart stops beating.
Lesson 6: Bone Fractures
Broken bones & fractures are very common for our canine friends. Learn how to avoid complications and speed up the healing process
Lesson 7: Wounds
Cuts, puncture wounds, abrasive wounds,.. They can be painful. This lessons covers all the different types of wounds and how to take are of them
Lesson 8: Dental Problems
Although it's not often an emergency, recognizing and preventing dental problems can save you a lot of money on veterinary bills.
Lesson 9: Allergic Reactions & Anaphylactic Shock
Allergies can range from very mild to very extreme. In many cases they can even be deadly. Learn how to detect allergies and how to react when severe reactions occur
Lesson 10: Shock
Shock is a medical condition that occurs when there’s a lack of blood circulation. This life-threatening condition delays the supply of oxygen and nutrients throughout the body and this can go wrong pretty fast.
Lesson 11: Insect Bites & Stings
We all know that our furry friends love chasing stuff around. Unfortunately, among those things are insects. What to do when your dog got stung by a wasp?
Lesson 12: Gastric Dilation / Bloat
This life-threatening condition needs professional veterinary care. However, learning what and what not to do is extremely important to save your dog's life.
Lesson 13: Eye Injuries
Your dog ran into a stick and hurt one of the eyes? Perhaps some mud went in, or the eyeball is hanging out? What should you do? Lesson 13 teaches you all of it.
Lesson 14: Internal & External Bleeding
Learn how to detect internal bleeding, and learn how to treat extremal bleeding. Understand the different techniques to stop external bleeding and know when to seek professional help
Lesson 15: Burns
So, what do you do when your dog burned his or her paws? Can you determine if it is a first, second or third degree burn and do you know what to do next?
Lesson 16: Choking
Is your dog choking on a piece of blanket? Perhaps a piece of your sock? Can you stop the choking and remove the obstacle from the throat?
Lesson 17: Dehydration
Did your dog run away, or was he without water for an extended period of time? Extreme dehydration can lead to kidney failure, neurological disorders and even death. Recognize the signs of dehydration and act accordingly!
Lesson 18: Snake Bites
Snakes are almost everywhere in the world, and it hurts when they bite! Most snake bites happen in the dog's nose on neck and knowing what to do is a matter of life and death.
Lesson 19: Ear Infections
Ear infections are a painful condition, with extreme complications if not taken care of. It all starts with prevention and that's what we cover right here.
Lesson 20: Drowning
Every year, hundred of dogs drown. Luckily for you, you'll learn how to save a drowning dog. How do you get him out of the water? How to you expel water from the lungs? We've got you covered!
Lesson 21: Ingestion of Fabric
Your dog destroyed your socks, and a piece of fabric was ingested. When the stomach empties itself into the intestine, the fabric will make a blockage. This is deadly! So, what do you do then?
Lesson 22: Seizures
Seizures can't be stopped without medicine. So what do you do when you dog suddenly has a seizure? How long can it last before you need to call the vet, and how can you prevent the dog, yourself and other people or animals from getting hurt as well?
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The Canine First Aid - Advanced course is a must have for any dog owner. Learning the most common emergencies and knowing what to do is your responsibility towards your best friend. You'll become more confident and you'll know exactly what to do when an emergency arises.
Anyone with a basic understanding of their dog
Should have a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or a mobile device
Should have access to internet via WiFi or Mobile data
Should allow access to the computer to download files
Here's what other students are raving about the course
"This is a valuable program. The lessons are easy to understand, yet very in-depth. I highly recommend this course for anyone who has a dog."
"Great course and fast support. I live an active lifestyle with by dog Max, this training gave me more confidence in my ability to help Max when he's in trouble."
"Thank you for this! Although I hope I'll never face any of the situations, I do know what to do now. Highly recommended."