Sounds like you have been around the horn. You might have taken first aid classes or have researched this subject quite a bit! Good for you for being so proactive in your dog's health and well being! We need more like you! Stick around and we will continue to enrich the knowledge that you already have.
If you don't use it you lose it! My challenge for you is to keep that knowledge fresh! Make it a habit to review concepts you haven't visited in awhile. Revisit CPR and Heimlich maneuver techniques so you know that you can perform them with confidence. Also, sit down and really take inventory on concepts you struggled with in the past- those topics might need a refresher.If you have any questions or you have a certain topic you would like me to cover do not hesitate to reach out! I can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.orgHappy tails and safe trails,Libbie Fort, DVM
Your canine first aid preparedness is pretty dang good. Let's strive for great!
You might read articles or blog posts on first aid basics as you come across them. You know the basics and are prepared for minor ailments. You probably have first aid experience treating your own dog - torn toenails or cut paw pads anyone? You are on the right track!! Keep actively pursuing additional knowledge. You will find that the more you learn the more confident you feel-- especially when things don't go as planned. Dog's get into everything! Am I right?? So keep working on your preparedness!
I dig your confidence!!! With your ability to think on the fly and a little extra knowledge you will be dynamite! You will be the kind of person that can handle ANY situation. Never stop learning!! Your dog depends on you to keep him/her safe!
I challenge you to read one blog post a week on a new concept or a first aid topic where you might need a refresher. It can be about anything! Anything that peaks your interest- you might even find it inspiring.
And, if there's one area of canine first aid you would like to know about never hesitate to reach out to me! I can be reached via email at email@example.com
Happy tails and safe trails,Libbie Fort, DVM
You are pretty chill when it comes to canine first aid preparedness!
You might have that relaxed, chill attitude- maybe you have adopted that mentality that nothing bad will ever happen to you... or your dog. You are SO. CHILL. that you might lack a little in the preparedness department.
Or maybe that's NOT the case. Maybe you don't have a medical background. Maybe you are overwhelmed and don't know where to start.A little tough love here friend...let me thrown down this little quote to give you a kick in the pants:"By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail." - Ben Franklin.Yeah thats right. I just pulled a Benjamin Franklin quote on you. But let me let you in on a little secret: The more you explore- the more you get out the there and push the adventure limits with your canine companion--- you are statistically more inclined to experience some type of medical emergency or accident. I am not trying to scare you- but I am. Because first aid knowledge is not just necessary- its imperative and it is your responsibility as a pet owner.Your dog depends on you. He is your family member. Your faithful friend. You owe it to him to be prepared and knowledgable. It is your duty.A little mindset shift might be in order! Sometimes you just need to START. Start expanding your knowledge now! There is no particular order you need to start in to begin learning- its just important that you start. And do it now. No more waiting for tomorrow. Head on over to my blog for some inspiration on first aid knowledge and preparedness.And I am always here to answer ANY questions. So never hesitate to reach out. I can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.orgKeep learning my friend.Happy tails and safe trails,Libbie Fort, DVM
You are at the start of your journey in canine first aid preparedness... and you are in the right place.
You are here because you want to be more knowledgable and prepared when it comes to canine first aid!! Kudos to you my friend for taking initiative. I bet you have read a few articles or blog posts but you want to learn more. Maybe you had an incident with your own dog where first aid knowledge was needed.
Or maybe you don't have a medical background. Maybe you are overwhelmed and don't know where to start.
We gotta start somewhere and you are in the right place!
And with all that said here's a little quote to keep you headed down the right path: "The secret to getting ahead is getting started." -Mark Twain
I am so happy you are here. Because let me tell you: The more you explore- the more you get out there and push your adventure limits with your canine companion--- you are statistically more inclined to experience some type of medical emergency or accident. Because of this, first aid knowledge is absolutely necessary- and as you know it is your responsibility as a pet owner to have some knowledge on the topic.Your dog depends on you. He is your family member. Your faithful friend. You want to be prepared!
You are on the right track!! Just know that the fact that you took this quiz shows that you are STARTING! And starting is the most important step!
My challenge for you is to keep expanding your knowledge! There is no particular order you must follow- just keep learning- Head on over to my blog for an easy read on more first aid topics to keep the wheels turning.And I am always here to answer ANY questions. So never hesitate to reach out. I can be contacted via email at email@example.comKeep learning my friend.Happy tails and safe trails,Libbie Fort, DVM