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Canine CPR crash course trialled in Manchester

A new canine CPR crash course for pet professionals is being trialled in the Manchester area.

The Basic Life Support course, which is being aimed at people who work with dogs in their workspace, includes a visit from the UK’s leading canine first aider Rachel Bean.

In the two-hour sessions, Bean will go through the theory of CPR, then a real time CPR practical session will take place so the learners can feel confident that they can save a life after the session is over.

Bean, a qualified veterinary nurse, said: “Whether you are a pet professional, have a dog friendly office or work in a space which welcomes dogs, this course is an amazing way to get up to speed on the basics of life saving.

“We are trialling the new course in Manchester first and hope that Manchester businesses will be happy to be trailblazers in making their premises not only dog friendly, but dog safe too.”

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