COMING UP IN DECEMBER
What constitutes an emergency? How do I handle them?
Date TBA, December
Where: Baymont Inn, Bremerton
Cost: FREE, but please let us know if you're coming. (253) 858-4529
Light refreshments provided.
Face it, life happens, if you've got critters in your care at some point they will probably throw a medical OMG moment at you. Come to our seminar to learn how to recognize and triage common emergency situations.
When it comes to injury or illness, there's a difference between a "perceived" and a "real" emergency. A perceived emergency, while often alarming, may not actually be performance or life threatening. No doubt it will need professional attention, but there's no need to get crazy stressed out about it. On the other hand, sometimes the reverse is true.... what looks like a routine "boo boo" (pun intended) is actually something that does need immediate professional attention. Getting crazy stressed out about the real emergency doesn't help any more than needlessly stressing about something less threatening. So instead of stressing, take action to become informed & prepared. In this seminar we'll help educate you about what constitutes an emergency, help you understand basic first aid and go over necessary information and protocol for communicating with your health care team when you need them. The best antidote for 911 stress is to have your own emergency plan in place. We'll help you build one, join us for "Veterinary 911" this coming December.