We are proud to be commencing a quarterly, face-to-face CPD/Training schedule within our premises.

To avoid disappointment please book early as spaces are currently limited to 12.

All CPD will be CPD Certified and evidenced through certification.

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First Aid Course

Trainer: Kerry Stubbs – RVN CertVNECC MBVNA – Pet Owners First Aid

Pet Owners First Aid delivers certified (CPDUK) accredited (AMTRA & CHA) animal (cat & dog) first aid courses which meet NARCH requirements. The course is aimed at pet owners, groomers, dog walkers, boarders, pet sitters, hydrotherapists and anyone who is working as a pet professional or wants to.


£65.00 (Includes VAT)

Course Overview

Module 1:

What are the different categories of emergency?
What is normal for your pet and how to recognise when something is wrong.
What is shock?
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Inc. practical demonstration.
Near Drowning.

Module 2:

What to do if your pet is choking.
How to manage dog fights and injuries.
Wounds & Bleeds Inc. practical bandaging.

Module 3:

Road Traffic Accidents inc how to transport your pet.
Bites & Stings.
Electrocution & Burns.
What you can do to be prepared.

What is included within the course?

  • A relaxed interactive event with practical sessions on CPCR and bandaging.
  • First aid manual (RRP £5).
  • A link to the dog nose to tail examination webinar (RRP £10)
  • Supporting literature.
  • 6 hours CPD.
  • A certificate of attendance.
  • Animal specific First Aid Kits are available for purchase.
  • Tea & Coffee

Course Dates

Course Date Time Status
First Aid Course Saturday 6th April 2024 9am to 5pm
First Aid Course Sunday 21st July 2024 9am to 5pm
First Aid Course Saturday 9th November 2024 9am to 5pm

Course Booking Form

If you believe your dog is in need of Hydrotherapy, or your Vet has recommended treatment, first thing you need to do is call us on 01635 521915 or send us an email at

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Canine Hydrotherapy
Dog Hydrotherapy
Canine hydrotherapy is a great way to exercise your dog's muscles without putting too much weight on their joints.
Pre & post op
Pre and post-operative conditioning
It is significantly important to strengthen muscles before an operation to prevent problems occurring after.
A conditions effecting the nerves and joints, just as common and painful in dogs as in humans.
Spinal injuries
Spinal injuries
Our team specialise in treating both short and long term spinal injuries, causing pain and difficulty in movement.