PRLog - May 6, 2014 - CARLE PLACE, N.Y. -- Summer can be the best time of year for outdoor activities with our canine companions. However, crowded dog parks, hot & hazy days, parasites, poisonous plant life and backyard barbeques can make this exciting time of year hazardous for our furry family members. Wednesday May 21th 2014 from 7:30pm-9:00pm emergency veterinarian Dr. Eve Pugh DVM, CVA will share her 14 years of experience, knowledge and expertise on how to deal with the most common pet injuries and emergencies.
Dr. Eve Pugh DVM, CVA
“A trip to the dog park, hike while on vacation, or swim in a lake, or other fun summer activity can sometimes turn disastrous,”
Canine First Aid, CPR & Rescue Breathing
Common “Dog Park” accidents & emergencies
Heat Exhaustion, Parasites, & Poisonous Plants
Safety Tips for Running, Swimming, Hiking & More!
This FREE, potentially life saving, one of kind class is a must for pet owners looking to prevent an emergency, provide life saving canine CPR and First Aid, or just stay calm enough to get their furry family member to an emergency veterinarian so this summer can will always be remembered as a good one. “As a local business we feel it’s important to provide free educational events for the community,” said owner Jeris Pugh.
For more information about The Martial ARFS™ Canine CPR, First Aid & Health Emergencies class call us @ 1-516-280-8331, visit http://www.martialarfs.com, http://www.facebook.com/