Every pet parent loves to see their dog run in grass. However, there are some wild grasses that dogs should stay away from. Foxtails are grasses with seed awns that are extremely dangerous to dogs. That’s because the awns on foxtails are barbed, razor-sharp needles, designed to burrow into the ground with the seed. However, they can also burrow through a dog’s skin and enter soft tissue where they can cause serious injury, infection and even death.
Get Pet First-aid Certified ONLINE from K9 Educators! Join Dr Lisa Booth DVM and our Paramedic instructors as this course gives you confidence. Confidence that no matter what the situation involving your clients pets you will be able to provide care that will help for the best possible outcome. That alone can be priceless.
The Pet Sitters course covers over 40 First Aid segments. Certification will be issued upon 80% Pass rate and CPR Skills Submission. Course is non refundable and has a 60 day completion period once registered. Certification is valid for no more than 3 years.
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