Pet First Aid 4U®

pfalogoIf your dog cut his paw on a hike, would you know how to stop the bleeding? If your cat started choking, would you know what to do? We love our pets. We want to protect them from harm, but when a pet emergency strikes, every minute counts.

We now offer you THREE options to learn pet first aid :

  • In-person, veterinarian-approved 4.5-hour class with a real dog and cat taught by Arden Moore, The Pet Health and Safety Coach. She also conducts customized classes for pet professional staffs. Details on this website.
  • Self-paced, online course offered by our partner, Pro Pet Hero. Include the special discount code: CPR-Arden Moore and earn a 10 percent discount. Click here.
  • 2-day pet first aid/CPR instructor training program using Zoom technology. Now you can learn in real time without having to travel! Class is taught by Arden Moore, a certified master pet first aid/CPR instructor. For details, click here.

All three options earn you certification and CEUs from a growing list of respected pet associations.

If you live in the North Texas area, please go to our SCHEDULE page and sign up NOW for either the Nov. 10 class in Dallas or Nov. 11 class in McKinney. We are offering a special rate of $75 — a 25% savings! Don’t delay! Register now to secure your spot in class.

IMPORTANT REASON TO LEARN PET FIRST AID FROM PET FIRST AID 4U: We strongly believe that you need and deserve real (and lovable) trained pets in class to hone your pet first aid skills. Demo stuffed dogs are helpful, but nothing beats interacting with a REAL dog and cat. That’s why the Pet First Aid 4U program features Pet Safety Cat Casey and Pet Safety Dog Kona – both are therapy pets!

No. 1 Reason – Save a Life: “I took your pet first aid class and I wanted to tell you that I used what I learned today to save a dog’s life. I work for Greywood Kennels in Lakeside, CA and one of the dogs had a problem and stopped breathing. I did CPR and she came back. It was a wonderful feeling. I just wanted to thank you and tell you how wonderful you are.” — Mary Costantino

Who should enroll in a pet first aid class?

Everyone lucky enough to share their lives with cats and dogs.  Our hands-on, veterinarian-endorsed training classes are customized for pet professionals, especially groomers, dog trainers, boarding facility staff, pet sitters, dog walkers, animal shelter staff, K9 police officers and pet retailers. When you are entrusted with the care of someone else’s pet, knowing what to do in a pet emergency earns the respect of your clients.

Why take this course?

Love your pet? Of course you do! Consider this statistic: one out of four pets would survive if just one pet first aid technique was applied prior to getting emergency veterinary care, according to the American Animal Hospital Association.  The time is now for you to arm yourself with knowledge and know how to act in a pet emergency. Pet First Aid 4U’s program has been reviewed and highly approved by leading veterinarians, including “America’s Veterinarian” Dr Marty Becker, emergency medicine veterinarian Dr. Mike LoSasso plus renowned feline medicine veterinarians Dr. Arnold Plotnick. Dr. Elizabeth Colleran and New York City housecall veterinarian Dr. Lisa Lippman.

What will I learn in a pet first aid class?

Plenty! Among the skills you will learn in our class include choking management, rescue breathing, three difference Pet CPR techniques, bleeding protocols, heat and cold-related injuries, and snout-to-tail assessment (wellness and injury). You will also learn preventive care that will save you money and you will discover what surprising items must be included in your pet first aid kit. Upon completion, you will earn a certificate.

What is Pet First Aid 4 U?

Arden Moore — America’s Pet Health and Safety Coach — is the founder of Pet First Aid 4 U, a hands-on, veterinarian-approved health and safety program. Pet First Aid 4 U’s veterinarian-approved program is designed to teach pet professionals and pet parents what to do — and what NOT to do — in a pet emergency when minutes count.