Health | Wellness,
The Martial ARFS™ Dog Training & Fitness Center Presents:
Canine First Aid, CPR & Health Related Emergencies w/Dr. Eve Pugh DVM, CVA
Do you know how to perform the Heimlich Maneuver on your choking dog? Do you know what to do if your dog or puppy bites the electrical wires for your holiday lights? Do you know the normal temperature of your dog, and at what temperature it becomes dangerous if it's above or below normal?Emergency veterinarian Eve Pugh DVM, CVA will offer her 14 years of experience, knowledge and expertise to the most common canine injuries and emergencies. This FREE one of kind seminar is a must for pet owners looking to keep their pet safe in an emergency, provide life saving canine CPR and First Aid, or just stay calm enough to get their furry family member to an emergency veterinarian.Topics include:
Assessing General Health and Recognizing an Emergency.
Preparing a First Aid Kit, Performing Canine CPR & Rescue Breathing.
Handling specific emergencies such as choking, bloat, seizures, wounds, and more.
Preventing the most common emergencies and accidents, especially during the holiday season.This is an information only seminar. Dogs are not permitted. All attendees must register for this event and space is limited! For more information and how to register visit The Martial ARFS™ online @ www.martialarfs.com, Facebook/martialarfs, or call us directly @ 1-516-280-8331
About Dr. Eve Pugh DVM, CVA
Since graduating from Cornell School of Veterinary Medicine, Eve Pugh has practiced traditional, alternative, emergency, and shelter veterinary medicine throughout New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
From 2005-2006, she was North Shore Animal League’s Chief Medical Director and was their Lead Emergency Veterinarian during their rescue efforts immediately following Hurricane Katrina.
Since 2007, she has worked at the Veterinary Emergency Group as an emergency veterinarian. She is a member of the Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society and American Veterinary Medical Association.
In 2013 started Progressive Pet Therapy which specializes in alternative therapies for companion animals and canine athletes, including Acupuncture, Physical Rehabilitation, Nutrition, and Laser Therapy.
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