Dogsafe Canine First Aid 201 (formerly Dogsafe Canine First Aid Part 2)
This course is designed to take the knowledge and skills learned in Dogsafe Canine First Aid 101 and apply them to a real dog. Graduates of Dogsafe Canine First Aid 101 attend with their own dogs. Bring your patience and a sense of humour for this fun and interactive workshop. All supplies included.
Course #: DSCFA201
Hours: 2.5 hours
Maximum: 6 dogs / 8 people
Prerequisite: Valid Dogsafe Canine First Aid 101 certificate
Minimum Age: 16 years/10 years if parent also enrolled
Registration: $69 for one person/one dog or $89+tax for two people/one dog.
Note: may vary depending on the Instructor's experience. Please contact a Dogsafe Authorized Instructor directly for their current fees.
Locations: Canada, USA or global eLearning
Continuing Education Units: check our organization list
You'll Learn How to:
This is all about hands-on practice with live dogs while under the supervision of a Dogsafe Authorized Instructor, but we do not force the dogs and offer lots of intermissions and bathroom breaks.
The hands-on experience in the Dogsafe Canine First Aid 201 workshop makes all the theory from Dogsafe Canine First Aid 101 sink in better. And trying out the equipment gave us a very good idea of what essential safety equipment we need, but will hopefully never use.
- Rosa Diaz, Boneheads Pet Services, Dogsafe graduate
Upon successful completion, you will be granted a frame-ready, 8 1/2" x 11" certificate that you can be proud to show your family, clients and, of course, your dog!
All dogs to have vaccinations for canine distemper, canine parvovirus and rabies within the last three years. Serum antibody titer tests also accepted. We want to support your informed decision, so if you choose not to vaccinate your dog, please call your Instructor directly to discuss.
Please refer to our Vaccination Resource webpage for more details.
I just completed my Dogsafe Canine First Aid 201 with the awesome Dogsafe Instructor, Gail Radtke, and absolutely loved it! I enjoyed practicing on my own dog and I have to say, way more fun the human first aid.
- Jennifer Weis, Dogsafe Canine First Aid 201 graduate