We got a book in the class that is very descriptive and good to have around as a reference book. The photo above is one of the choking techniques to use on a dog.
I think it is a little funny that the dog and cat are smiling in the drawings above!
I learned A TON of info that I really didn't know.
For example, if a foreign object is stuck in your pet, do not remove it- but keep it in and seek treatment. Yikes!
My first aid kit, geared for animals.
And this nifty book, which only addresses emergencies for cats and dogs.
The rubberized dog that had a pulse we had to check!
It was a very small class and all women- you could pick a dog or cat to practice on.
I picked this beautiful husky! Here's my attempt at a muzzle!
The cats were kind of large and odd looking.
Some of the students were vet tech students getting certified and two students did pet-sitting.
We discovered that Wasabi likes to be wrapped in a towel!
Being held, which she doesn't like but is important to do a couple of times a day (according to one of the bunny books). Look at the size of her back feet! No wonder she can thump! When I take her to the vet to be spayed, I'm going to have them clean up her feet and the rest of her fur that got so dirty from the awful cage she was in.