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April 22nd 2017:Pet First Aid: Treating Pets for Minor Injuries and Ailments

It’s always upsetting to see a pet in pain or not feeling good. It’s even more stressful and upsetting when it takes place when you least expect it and you’re not sure what to do.Today’s show we’re going to cover how to prepare and treat minor injuries and illnesses your fur kid may encounter one day. Towards the end of the show, we’ll go over the importance of rattlesnake avoidance training.

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Denise Fleck

Denise Fleck is the Pet Safety Crusader™ having taught more than 12,000 humans animal life-saving skills. Her mission is to help YOU make a difference in the life of an animal through her Pet First-Aid, Senior Pet Care and Disaster Preparedness classes. Denise has appeared on The Doctors, CNN Headline News, Animal Planet, Kirstie Alley's Big Life and other TV shows, creates Pet First-Aid Kits, authored 10 books and has twice been a finalist as "Pet Industry's Woman of the Year." With a soft spot for senior pets, Denise serves on the Board of the Grey Muzzle Organization. Photos attached.
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Arden Moore

Arden Moore is known as The Pet Health and Safety Coach. Her veterinarian-endorsed Pet First Aid 4U course is customized for pet professionals and pet lovers and features the cat-dog teaching duo of Casey and Kona. Learn more at www.petfirstaid4u.com.
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Darel Ansley

I train dogs to avoid a rattlesnake bite by teaching them to be able to detect the smell of a rattlesnake and avoid it. This is done using a live rattlesnake and a shock collar. The point is to clearly associate the distinct smell of a rattlesnake with a sharp pain. A lot of people don't like shock collars, but the small pain can help avoid the deadly pain, and it is important that the dogs stop before getting within striking distance of the snakes.
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