LANGHORNE, PA (May 10, 2013) – Would you know what to do if your dog had a seizure, or if your cat was unable to breathe properly? Do you know how to find your pet’s pulse or take their temperature? The Center for Animal Referral and Emergency Services (CARES) will address these questions and other important first aid topics during a free course on Saturday, May 18 from 10am to 2pm at their facility in Langhorne, Penn.
The free Companion Animal First Aid Course, led by Suzanne M. Dempsey, DVM, DACVECC (Emergency & Critical Care) of CARES, will teach pet parents how to assess their pet’s condition, recognize indicators of distress, take their pet’s temperature and find their pet’s pulse. Pet parents will also learn what to do in common emergency situations, including if their pet gets hit by a car, eats something poisonous, has a seizure, or can’t walk or breathe normally, among many others.
In addition to a Q&A with CARES’ Emergency & Critical Care veterinary staff, the first aid course will provide attendees the opportunity to meet the public officials who protect their pets as well as other pet lovers in the community. Attendees will also enjoy light snacks and receive a free pet first aid kit.
Space is limited, so please RSVP at (215) 750-2774 or email@example.com. CARES is located at 2010 Cabot Blvd. West, Suite D, Langhorne, PA 19047. To learn more about CARES, please visit us online at www.vetcares.com or on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CARESvet.
About the Center for Animal Referral and Emergency Services (CARES)
CARES is a full service, specialty referral, 24-hour emergency and critical care veterinary hospital with one clear goal: to provide a gold standard of care for your pet. The highly trained and compassionate team of veterinarians at CARES collaborate between specialties as well as with referring veterinarians to optimize the care of your pet. CARES ensures the latest, most advanced and best treatments available. Specialty and referral services include: Anesthesiology, The Cancer Center at CARES, Cardiology, Clinical Pathology, Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Radiology and Surgery. Specialty cases are seen by referral from your primary care veterinarian. CARES’ emergency service operates 24/7. For more information, visit www.vetcares.com. You can also find CARES on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CARESvet.