Keep All Your Clients Safe, Happy & Healthy
Emergency & Wellness Training for Cats and Dogs
As a pet professional, you have a duty to keep your clients' pets safe. This means being prepared for any and all emergency situations; cuts, bleeds, seizures, heat and cold injuries, and more. Your entire organization can get trained and certified in pet first aid.
Nana's Pet First Aid & CPR has trained hundreds of pet professionals in pet first aid and emergency care in Charlotte and across the Southeast.
My client is alive thanks to Nana's Pet First Aid & CPR
Today one of my best clients (5y/o bulldog) went into respiratory distress due to allergies and some medicine he was on. I took him to a local vet and they immediately sent me to CVS. On the way there he stopped breathing. I pulled over onto an exit ramp, flipped him on his back, and performed CPR for almost two minutes. He started breathing again and I was able to get him to CVS. He's stable and alive thanks to you.
- Social Pet, Pineville
Three training options for you and your team.
2 Year Certificate
Five hours, hands-on class teaching the fundamentals of emergency pet care, rescue breathing, and life-threatening situations.
Great for training a large group. Offered on location or at the Pet Education Training Center
2 Year Certificate
An 8 hour hands-on, interactive class that covers the fundamentals of first aid and emergency care, as well as wellness, dental and senior care.
Great for training a small group. Offered on location or at the Pet Education Training Center.
2 Year Certificate
Six hours, hands-on class teaching the fundamentals of emergency pet care, rescue breathing, and life-threatening situations.
Great for training a large group. Offered on location or at the Pet Education Training Center.
1 Year Teaching Certificate
A three-day course teaching you the PetTech curriculum, and giving you the training and resources you need to become an instructor to teach the PetSaver and Pet First Aid classes.
Great for managers or owners who want to train their own staff or offer pet first aid classes to pet parents.
PetTech Instructor Agenda:
Day One: PetSaver Class
Learn pet first aid, CPR and wellness skills.
Day Two: Marketing, the PetTech Community & Skills Practice
Learn how to market your classes, how to prep and order supplies, and spend time practicing and learning all the PetTech skills.
Day Three: Skills Practical
Present your required skills, take photos and turn in required paperwork.
Megan Vet Tech
Linda is an amazing instructor. I flew
all the way from Minnesota to North Carolina for the PetTech Instructor Training. I was not disappointed.
Remarkable training skills … always took our answers seriously, never dismissed them as wrong, emphasized good answers, provided useful examples, etc. Thank you very much!
Without a doubt, I would do it over again! Thanks Linda, for not only teaching me as a new instructor but for the amazing friendship we created.
Jamie, Pet Professional
Linda’s PetSaver class is a must-have
for pet industry professionals. Simply put: I signed up because I wanted to have my own bases covered for emergencies within my dog business. However, I received so much more than just that, truly exceptional instruction with hands-on learning.
Linda made the class thoroughly enjoyable for all and made sure that everyone fully understood each learning topic.
If you are considering this class, then you are a perfect candidate—because everyone who owns, works alongside, or just loves dogs and cats will benefit from this course!
Angela, Pet Parent
I took Linda's class in January, and
was beyond impressed. She was professional, knowledgeable, and extremely engaging! The more I learned, the more I wanted to keep going! Her sweet girl, Gracie, was amazing to work with and it definitely made the class more hands-on and applicable.
I work with a large pet-sitting company in Northern Virginia, and I immediately began teaching Pet Tech classes within the company, and I had two experiences with dogs choking. Had I not been trained in first aid and CPR, the sitters would not have reached out to me for assistance, and there could have been a different end result.
Thank you Linda!