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Bromsgrove's Clent Hills Vets' first aid course is now fully-booked

Bromsgrove Editorial 2nd Jun, 2019 Updated: 4th Jun, 2019

THE FIRST aid course at Clent Hills Vets is now full.

Pet physiotherapist and first aid trainer Emily Ashdown will give demonstrations on how to deal with emergencies such as choking, ingesting poisons and road traffic accidents at St John’s C of E Middle School at 7.45pm on June 4.

She will also give a CPR demonstration and advise people on what to include in their pet’s first aid kits and how owners can stay safe during the procedure.

There will also be a Q&A session.

Other nurses will also be available to talk to at the event.

The demonstration will be for pet owners only – animals are unable to attend.

Registered veterinary nurse Tash Wright said: “Knowing how to potentially save a pet’s life in an emergency demonstrates responsible pet ownership.”

The first aid course is held each year and should be returning in 2020 for those who were unable to get places this time.

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