Years ago, when we decided to learn about Pet CPR, we struggled to find a local class. We located a community college that was offering the class, but they threatened to cancel it if “not enough” people were interested. Thankfully, the desired number of people registered (although they didn’t show up) and we were taught how to save the lives of cats and dogs. Such a simple step can save a life.
Check out your local community colleges, community centers, libraries, animal shelters, veterinarians, and the Parks and Recreations services. If there isn’t a class offered, why not work with an animal shelter or pet clinic to get one started?
Until then, check out this helpful video.
Have you ever had to use CPR on a pet? Have additional information you’d like to share?