Certificate in Canine First Aid

This veterinary approved and accredited online course is suitable for dog owners or pet professionals, e.g. dog walkers, vet nurses, groomers, dog carers, dog trainers/behaviourists, etc, fulfilling continuing professional development (CPD) requirements. Covering a range of topics with video demonstrations, downloads to keep, tutor help if you need it and a final accredited course certificate.

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Dog Car Ramp

The concussion to the joints and surrounding tissue is massive when a dog jumps into, and more so out, of a car boot.
It is good practice to use a ramp for all medium to large dogs from an early age to prevent this unnecessary repetitive wear.
**A must for dogs that already have joint disease.**
Some training is required to help them to use it but we are here to help and give advice.
This particular ramp is the one we choose as it is lightweight, strong and grippy. Can also be used for steps into the garden etc.

Support Mobility Harness (with handle)

We get a lot of interest in the harnesses we use so we have taken in enough stock to be able to supply them in house.
We chose these harnesses as there are four clips which means you don’t have to pick a leg up and destabilise the dog to fit it well.
They are designed to be able to keep on in the house if needed, for the owner to use as a mobility aid.
The weight is spread out nicely under the sternum, they are comfortable and the large handle on the back, means they are great for dogs who needs extra stability when walking, using steps, have forelimb issues or that need that extra confidence when moving around.
The strong d-ring means it can be used as a walking harness and a car harness.
These harnesses come in small, medium and large and can be purchased from us directly

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