Canine Specialist On Safety

Designed for all pet care professionals, this online and onsite series is about understanding and taking care of man's best friend. To be all that you can be in the pet care profession, and to be a canine specialist on safety in the home and workplace, a solid foundation of understanding and taking care of man's best friend is required. You must know why, when, where, and how dogs do the things they do. You must be educated in canine disease, disorders, internal and external parasites, and be able to recognize if a dog is in distress. You must have the knowledge of canine anatomy and physiology to be a first responder to apply first aid and CPR. 

Online Course - Participants study online and take online tests to confirm knowledge and understanding of study material. 

Onsite Session - Participants review study material and take hands-on practical skills test with a written test. 

Designed for all pet care professionals, this online and onsite series is about understanding and taking care of man's best friend. To be all that you can be in the pet care profession and be a canine specialist on safety in the home and workplace, a solid foundation of understanding and taking care of man's best friend is required. You must know why, when, where, and how dogs do the things they do. You must be educated in canine disease, disorders, internal and external parasites, and recognize if a dog is in distress. You must know canine anatomy and physiology to be a first responder to apply first aid and CPR. 

Online Course - Participants study online and take online tests to confirm knowledge and understanding of study material. 

Onsite Session - Participants review study material and take a hands-on practical skills test with a written test. 

Onsite Sessions

Canine Specialist on Safety Certification

Our specialist in canine safety conducts the training and testing sessions at our IJA Competition Events, Nash Academy, Nash Approved Salons, and UCCS Approved Sites. 

Session 1 Understanding, Taking Care, First Aid, and CPR 
Lecture with slideshow presentations and Demonstration

3 Hours
Subjects will be presented with slideshow presentations and discussed with the class to confirm knowledge and understanding. 

Understanding Man's Best Friend 
You will discuss with the team leader and classmates the dog's history to understand dog behavior and how you can apply this knowledge every day at home and in the salon. 

Form and Function of Man's Best Friend
As a class, you will discuss canine anatomy and physiology with your team leader to give you the knowledge to make you proficient at first aid and CPR. You will learn what terminology and vocabulary you need to know to communicate professionally in case of an emergency.

Taking Care of Man's Best Friend
Canine nutrition, diseases, and disorders are studied with your team leader and classmates to understand issues due to poor nutrition and the differences between inherited conditions, medical conditions, and dogs' disorders. 

First Aid and CPR for Man's Best Friend
First aid and CPR policies and procedures will be studied and demonstrated to prepare you and your classmates to be excellent first responders to common injuries and illnesses in the salon to help save canines' lives. You will learn different methods for transporting injured dogs and what a salon first aid kit should include.

Session 2 Recognize Disease, Disorders, Stress, Administer First Aid and CPR Policies and Procedures
Hands-On Test - Written Test

3 Hour (Time Frame May Extend Due to Number of Participants)
The class will practice policies and procedures and then take a practical skills test and a written test. 

Understanding Man's Best Friend 
In the hands-on session, you will practice applying knowledge gained from the dog's history to understand dog behavior. You and your classmates will apply this knowledge when handling and securing dogs to respond to various medical conditions, disorders, diseases, and first aid issues that typically occur in the salon.

Form and Function of  Man's Best Friend
You will practice identifying various parts of canine anatomy and physiology on a dog to prepare to apply first aid and CPR. You will use the correct terminology to discuss the anatomy and location of the dog's internal organs in case of an emergency.

Taking Care of Man's Best Friend
You and your classmates will determine the differences between inherited and non-inherited medical conditions, disorders, disease, and what illnesses afflict the dog because of inadequate nutrition, and which illnesses can be treated through proper diet in this hands on course. 

First Aid and CPR for Man's Best Friend
You will have the opportunity to practice and test out first aid and CPR policies and procedures for typical injuries and illnesses in the salon. You will discuss, practice, and test different methods to transport injured or ill dogs and check first aid kits to ensure they are supplied with the correct contents.

Total Time Frame for Series 6 Hours

Onsite Fee for Session 1 and 2 $149.00 

Group Fee or Salon Fee  (Minimum 3) $99.00 

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