Free PDSA First Aid Pet Guide
HOW IT WORKS
PDSA are a renowned pet charity helping sick and injured animals since 1917. To raise awareness of their work they are giving UK pet owners a free pet first aid guide. You just need to fill out the form with your name and address.
WHAT YOU GET
This essential first aid pet guide covers everything from how to treat heatstroke to knowing the first thing to do in a traffic accident. It is very comprehensive so you won't need to worry in an emergency if something bad happens to your pet dog or cat. You'll also get a handy checklist on items you need to include in your first aid pet kit at home.
After reading the guide, if you are keen to further your pet first aid knowledge and skills, PDSA even run nearby local courses that you can attend and learn more in a friendly workshop environment.
Start by getting your free first aid pet guide now courtesy of PDSA.
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