Volunteer Stephanie Perciful’s husband Tim has a cool opportunity for you. Tim is a certified instructor through the American Safety & Health Institute (endorsed by the ASPCA) to teach Pet First Aid. He’s been teaching this class for a couple of years and has a ton of experience in the field.
He and Stephanie are offering a pet first aid class on May 25th with all of the proceeds going to the sanctuary’s 2nd Anniversary Fundraising.
This invaluable class teaches, through demonstrations and hands-on training:
– How to restrain a sick or injured animal.
– How to check a pulse on a dog or cat.
– Pet CPR
– Bandaging & Splinting
– Various common pet illnesses or conditions.
– What to do in poison emergencies.
– What to put in a pet first aid kit & pet disaster kit.
– Disaster preparedness for your pet.
– And more
The class is intended for anyone who is interested in learning how to care for their pet during an emergency.
Date: Sunday, May 23, 2010 (corrected date)
Time: 9am – 3pm
Location: King County Fire District #44 near Auburn & Black Diamond
Cost: $50 (100% of the proceeds go to the chimps!)
Because this class is hands-on, space is very limited, so email email@example.com today to reserve your place. And be sure to share with others who may be interested. Download the flyer by clicking here: pfaChimpFlyer-1. And spread far and wide by inviting your friends on Facebook.