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Pet Emergency First Aid DVD : Cats
Pet Emergency First Aid - Cats
This Award Winning DVD is a "must have" video for every cat owner.
Do you know what to do if your cat is injured or has a medical emergency? Do you know that a cat's life can be saved if it stops breathing by CPR?
The decisions you make in the first few critical minutes can determine whether or not you successfully get your cat to a veterinarian for proper care. With the Pet Emergency First Aid - Cats DVD you' ll have the knowledge you need to take the proper action quickly and confidently. You' learn cat CPR, how to recognize and what to do if your cat is in shock. What to do in the case of poisoning and much, much more. From traffic accidents to a simple cut paw, we guide you, step by step, so you will know exactly what to do. You'll learn what items you should have in your pet first aid kit. You' be prepared. Why take the chance of not knowing? Watch Pet Emergency First Aid - Cats DVD with your family and everyone will know what to do if the four-legged member of your family ever gets hurt or becomes ill.
Do it today so you' be prepared tomorrow. Pet Emergency First Aid - Cats DVD will teach you how to safely handle your cat when it is injured, deal with an emergency and save its' life. Make Pet Emergency First Aid - Cats DVD an important member of your DVD library and show the DVD to every family member. Topics Covered - Scene Safety - Rescue Breathing - CPR - Choking - Poisoning - Hypothermia - Burns - Heat Stroke - Fractures - Car Accidents - Eye Injuries - Foot Injuries - Drowning - What's Normal for My Cat Now Available on DVD- Bonus Footage Included
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