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Dogs Get First Aid Treatment

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A company here in east Suffolk is now offering a new and unique training course… first aid on dogs.

The bespoke courses cover a range of emergency advice, which include how to help with CPR, bleeds, choking, siezures and broken bones.

Taking place at Alan Cook’s Removal and Storage offices in Pinbush Road, on south Lowestoft’s industrial estate, the cousres run for four hours and use ‘life-like animal props’ to help with the learning.

The next Dog First Aid training courses are scheduledto take place on Saturday 11th December – with one session in the morning and again in the afternoon.

For more details head online to the Border Bus website.

Phil Church of the Dog First Aid course.



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