By Livia Gamble
While you’re excited about your new bundle of joy, your pet might not feel the same way.
Adam Farrugia, RSPCA NSW Senior Manager – Training said, “As a leading animal welfare organisation, we have a wealth of knowledge here to share.”
The newly launched course costs $15 and teaches parents how to:
But that’s not all. We all learn first aid for our kids, so it makes sense to do the same for our pets. After all, they’re part of the family.
RSPCA NSW also offers a basic (non-accredited) first aid course for your pets, so you can confidently recognise pet emergencies, common poisons in the home, snake bites, and ticks. There’s also an introduction to Aussie wildlife.
Not just for parents, Adam says these courses are available to everyone.
“These courses can be helpful to anyone – from professionals and students with careers in the vet sciences and animal welfare; pet owners and parents introducing pets to children; and community members seeking to grow their general knowledge and skills in interacting with and understanding animals.”
After completing a course, additional time to chat live to a trainer can also be purchased if parents want more information.
To find out more, visit the RSPCA NSW website.
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