This initiative is dedicated to educating and preparing pet pros and parents alike for emergency situations. Based on well-researched methods of Animal CPR, Pet Emergency Education’s programs are developed by veterinarians and among the most well-respected Pet CPR certifications in the U.S. and Canada. Pet Emergency Education is an approved continuing education provider with the American Association of Veterinary State Boards, Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, Pet Sitters International, National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors, and more.
“We’re ecstatic about partnering with Pet Emergency Education,” said Michael Caldwell, CEO of Petworks. “This inspiring organization is dedicated to educating the public about how best to ensure animals’ safety and health in situations we can never predict. We share their drive to educate and empower pet pros and parents across the U.S.”
“Knowing the fundamentals of Pet CPR and First Aid is essential for every pet owner and animal professional to ensure a better chance of success for pets experiencing medical emergencies,” said Amy D’Andrea, co-owner of Pet Emergency Education. “We’re proud to partner with Petworks by providing a collaborative effort to connect pet owners and animal professionals with vital services. Our high-quality, nationally recognized training programs coupled with Petworks’ diverse platform will provide one collective location for pet owners and animal professionals alike.”
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About Pet Emergency Education
An internationally recognized Pet CPR Certification program, Pet Emergency Education provides detailed, hands-on training to veterinary and animal professionals, emergency responders, and pet owners. Its programs have been adopted and recognized by veterinary associations, humane societies, disaster response teams, pet businesses, and more.
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