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50% of the course fee will be donated to Michael Sobell Hospice


How can you be a Pawsome Dog Parent?

At this moment in time, with the challenges that we face it is more important than ever that you can help your vet. So how can you do that? By being able to perform a thorough full body examination, knowing what to look for in terms of illness or disease and by getting to know your dog’s vital signs in order that you can recognize when a dog is in pain or suffering can be extremely helpful when your vet may need to conduct triage over the telephone or video call.


What else can you learn?

By attending a Live Virtual Dog first Aid course which is split into 3 modules we will teach you the above together with Critical First Aid actions such as CPR, Seizures, Bleeding and Shock and how to be a first responder in many Emergency First Aid scenarios to ensure that your dog has the best possible chance of recovery when they reach your vet.

Dog First Aid and Michael Sobell Hospice

Here at Dog First Aid we are supporting Michael Sobell Hospice by offering you the opportunity to attend this course, streamed live to your sofa and the hospice with receive 50% of the course fee. At a time when most sources of support for the hospice have had to be cancelled, we can work together to raise valuable funds. Just follow the link below to register your interest in the course. You will then be asked to use the following Discount Code: MSH20 when booking your course.


Michael Sobell Hospice
Mount Vernon Hospital
Rickmansworth Road

(SatNav users use postcode WD3 1PZ)

Enter via Gate 3 via White Hill for nearest car park.

Hospice Reception

(020) 8106 9201

24 hour Advice Line & Referrals

(020) 3824 1268


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