They learn to make correct paw bandages, put on an esmarch to stop severe bleeding, CPR, give i.v. injections as well as i.v. permanent canulla for infusion, and use the most common medicines to treat most important kinds of infections, injuries and intoxications.
With Dog International, she aspires to play a role in building a vibrant international dog lovers’ community – a space for celebrating the lives and journeys of our beloved companions, a space for learning, and a space for helping dogs in need. 🙂
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