Just like their handlers, K9s have a high risk of injury during any call for service - whether it's chasing a subject or on a search & rescue mission. Given this, handlers and paramedics need to know the skills involved (and legal/liability concerns) when providing an injured K9 emergency veterinary medicine.
Webinar attendees will learn what it takes to develop an K9 e-medicine program and the skills involved.
The instructor will shed light on who can perform these skills, legal aspects surrounding paramedics performing Veterinary medicine and safety procedures working with police service dogs.
Attendees will also learn about canine anatomy, common injuries and illnesses, basic first aid techniques, advanced emergency medical procedures, transporting options and techniques as well as agency policy and protocol development.
IPSA Members get free registration. Non-Members have a nominal registration fee of $50.
All registrants will have access to the recording for 30 days. Therefore, if you have a schedule conflict or if you simply would like to view it again - you will have the opportunity.
Certificates of Attendance
All attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
A representative from the IPSA will email all verified registrants the participation details prior to the event.
For organizations that wish to sign up 3 or more individuals, we offer a 60% discount. Email us for an invoice.
Questions? Contact us.