Casey Farris is one of the very few people in Texas Certified First Aid and CPR.


You will know what to do after attending her classes.

Pet First Aid & CPR Classes

Every year hundreds of animals are sent to new homes or animal shelters when a new baby arrives. Pets and babies can live together in harmony. Come learn simple ways to make it easier for new parents, new grandparents, and pets cope with the introduction of the newest family member.

This course is Pet First Aid & CPR. Upon completion of the course you will receive a course completion certificate.

"Improving the Quality of Pets' Lives, One Pet Parent at a Time."

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Doggie! Doggie! Are You Okay?

Get Certified in Pet First Aid & CPR in Houston, TX

Part I - Classes For Pet Professionals

What is shock?  What does it look like?  There are numerous causes of shock in an animal including injury, infection, poisoning, and exposure to the elements.  Regardless of the cause, quick action on your part is imperative for the pet’s survival.  What are you going to do?


Pet owners consider their pets to be their best friends, members of their family and lifelong companions.  Pet professionals have a devout love of animals, but are they prepared to help those pets? through a minor health crises or a full-blown emergency?  Knowing the life saving skills and techniques of Pet First Aid is a very important part of being a caring, conscientious, responsible pet care professional.  Being certified in Pet First Aid and CPR is becoming a more prevalent practice among pet professionals and pet owners would be wise to inquire about their pet care professionals’ emergency preparedness.  Pet First Aid and CPR is the foundation of every emergency and disaster reparedness program.

60% of animal hospital visits are emergency in nature and according to the American Animal Hospital Association one out of four pets could be saved if just one Pet First Aid technique was applied prior to getting veterinary treatment. Learning the skills and techniques of Pet First Aid are best learned by lecture, demonstration and hands-on-skill practice.  All pet professionals including obedience trainers, kennel operators, pet retailers, pet sitters, dog walkers, veterinarian staff, animal shelter employees, pet rescue personnel, pet groomers, EMTs, policemen, fire fighters and any pet lover would benefit from Pet First Aid and CPR training.

Prevention is best, being prepared is key, education and training is a must.  When both pet owners and pet professionals do their part, pets win.


Casey Farris, owner of Pet CPR USA, www.petCPRusa.com  is a certified Pet First Aid & CPR instructor through Pet Tech, Inc., the premier international training center for pet first aid & care.  For a class schedule e-mail: casey@petcprusa.com or phone  713-725-9494

4 Hour Class • $89 • See Group Discounts

Part II - Classes For Pet Owners

Your pet had an accident!  He’s going into shock!  What are you going to do?  Your pet is just like one of your kids.  Kids get into things and pets get into things.  Sometimes it is real trouble.  Preventable accidents are the number one cause of death and disability for pre-senior dogs and cats.  You can save a person with CPR and you can save your pet too!  Pet First Aid is the immediate care given to a pet that has been injured or suddenly taken ill.  It does not replace vet care, it enhances vet care. 60% of animal hospital visits are emergency in nature and according to the American Animal Hospital 
Association one out of four pets could be saved if just one Pet First Aid technique was applied prior to getting veterinary treatment.  Knowing the skills and techniques of Pet First Aid can mean the difference between life and death, between temporary and permanent disability, between expensive vet bills and reasonable home care and between rapid recovery and long recuperation for your pet.


Learning the skills and techniques of Pet First Aid are best learned by lecture, demonstration and hands-on-skill practice.  The skills and techniques of Pet First Aid are similar to human first aid.  The key differences are size, anatomy and communication.  These differences come into play when safely assessing and properly applying the skills and techniques of Pet First Aid.

Being trained in Pet First Aid and CPR and keeping good records for your pet’s health are some of the best things you can do to be prepared for a medical emergency.  Pets cannot talk about how they are feeling. Being trained in Pet First Aid and CPR will allow you to speak for the pets.  

There is no doubt you and your pet will experience life with all the ups and downs so being prepared and knowing first aid skills will make the rough spots easier and smoother.

Casey Farris, owner/instructor of Pet CPR USA, is a certified Pet First Aid & CPR instructor through Pet Tech, Inc., the premier international training center for pet first aid & care. For a class schedule e-mail: casey@petcprusa.com or phone 713-725-9494

2 Hour Class • $49 • See Group Discounts

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