Where the Wild Things Romp - Pet First Aid Class

The class covers:
  • Immediate steps to take in an emergency
  • What to include in your Pet First Aid kit
  • How to safely approach an injured animal
  • How to complete a Head to toe assessment
  • How to restrain an injured animal
  • How to transport an injured animal
  • Recognition of signs of common illness and injury
  • How to handle various bleeding wounds
  • Bone injuries
  • Ear and Eye injuries
  • Choking skills
  • Artificial Respiration
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • Poisoning
  • Frostbite and hypothermia
  • Heat stroke
  • Burns
  • Administration of medications
  • Strong emphasis on prevention of illness and injury
  • And more!

Upcoming Dates

  Email megan@petfirstaid.fun to schedule a private class or get added to the wait list for future public classes.  


To register for a class, please fill out the following:

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About Our Services

Where The Wild Things Romp offers comprehensive Pet First Aid Courses that help Pet Care Professionals and Owners alike to learn the best ways to deal with many different emergencies that may arise with our furry friends. These skills can save lives between the onset of the problem and when you’re able to reach veterinary care.

Megan has been a full-time Pet Care Professional for several years and prior to that, worked as an assistant in Emergency at a top veterinary hospital. At the hospital, countless emergencies came in that could have had a better outcome if First Aid had been applied at the time of the injury or sickness or en route to the hospital.

The goal of First Aid training is not to learn how to treat at home to avoid veterinary care, but to learn the best ways to handle these medical emergencies to help reduce the amount of damage done before veterinary treatment is received and to hopefully facilitate a better outcome by learning how to treat shock, perform CPR, bandage and splint, and recognize major illnesses before they progress.

All of the above skills are covered extensively in class, as are many other injuries and illnesses. Using the Walks ‘N’ Wags curriculum, we offer an extremely comprehensive course. We also have live dogs present in class in order to let students practice bandaging and other skills on live, wiggly animals!

At the end, passing students will receive a 3-year certification and the peace of mind that you will be able to approach emergency situations with confidence!



(970) 587-3170