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You are Registered for the Encore
Aug 5th at 6 am PDT 
to Aug 6th at 9 pm PDT

An Opportunity for Permanent Access

VIP Package

* 21 recordings from the Holistic Cat Conference

- Reiki for cats

- Homeopathy

- treating kidney disease with herbs

- communicating with your cat

- keeping guts happy

- nutrition and transitioning

- curing diabetes without insulin

- giving CBD to your cat

- vaccines your truly needs

- the role of mushrooms in cancer

- detecting and treating arthritis

- how to learn muscle testing

speaker list and topics

*The 7 Holistic Recordings

- simple things you can do to go the holistic route

*The Essential Feline Nutrition Course

- the natural diet defined

- the important water

- toxic carbs

- the ideal cat food

- first aid for blocked cats

- first aid for diabetes

- managing the diabetic cat

Premium Package

* All recordings from the Holistic Cat Conference (see description for VIP package)

*The 7 Holistic Recordings

(see description for VIP package)

*The Essential Feline Nutrition Course

(see description for VIP package)

*The C****D Bunker Course.

A course designed for people unable to get to see their veterinarian for regular services during lockdown in the pandemic. It grew from there to a critique of how we do veterinary care in pets.

The topics of the five webinars include:

- C****D and Pets – Does C****D infect pets and are we at risk from them?

- Parasites – Do we need a heartworm test prior to starting heartworm preventives? Short answer - NO.

- Vaccination – Why do we vaccinate so often and what can we do instead?

- Nutrition – What foods create health in dogs? Which ones don’t? See a sample homemade recipe.

- Emergency Care – Common Conditions you can help with. Be your dog's first responder.

* The Pet First Responder Course

Use this course to help your dog or cat. It consists of written notes and over 6 hours of webinars. 

Why do you need a pet first aid course? Simply, to save a life. If you are prepared for a medical emergency, there is a better chance you can pull your friend through. This course is designed to help guide you through what to do if faced with an emergency involving your four-legged friend. It is emergency preparedness at its best. You will learn what to do, and just as importantly, what not to do.

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My wish is to save lives. If you have the same goal, you can do it by learning this material. Also, if you work with dogs or cats, this will show your clients that you care and that you can help out if an emergency arises with the companions in your care.

Permanent access. Includes admission to the Zoom meetings and intensives that highlight the use of the first aid principles.

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Section 1 – Your Role as a First Responder

I introduce you to first aid and describe a first aid kit that you can make at home. You will also see how to protect yourself, including muzzling techniques.

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Section 2 – Treating Dogs and Cats

I review treatment techniques. You’ll learn how to give injections, clean and treat ears, and how to administer medications of all types.

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Section 3 – The Primary Assessment – Checking Vitals

I teach you how to do a primary assessment. This helps you decide if you need to institute first aid, if you have to get to the veterinarian, or if it can wait. You assess using a TPR (temperature-pulse-respiration), gum color and hydration. And, a trick on how to use a stethoscope.

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Section 4 – Conditions: Cuts and Bandaging, Allergies, Eye Emergencies, Fractures, Poisonings, Bloat, Blocked Cats and Choking

Lots here to look at. Learn what to do with cuts (bandaging), allergic reactions, eye ailments, fractures, and if your cat is blocked or dog bloated.

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Section 5 - Too Cold, Too Hot, Shock, Vomiting and Diarrhea and Seizures

We delve into seizures, vomiting and diarrhea, as well as hyperthermia and burns and the opposite, freezing and hypothermia. Add in a lesson on when to use a cat laxative.

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Section 6 – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

This is a complete CPR course consisting of five in-depth webinars and text documents based on the most current knowledge from the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.

You’ll learn how the heart works and how breathing is controlled. Then, you’ll learn the ABCs. This is followed by instructions on cardiac and thoracic chest compressions – how fast and how hard, and how you add in breathing. It ends by covering the risks of CPR and looking at when we do a do-not-resuscitate (DNR).

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Section 7 - Case Reports of Dog Diseases

This is a series of cases and descriptions so you can see how to put your learning to work. Dr. jeff is always adding to this.

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Section 8 - Case Reports of Cat Diseases

Same as the previous lesson but the focus is on cat ailments.

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Section 9 - Poisonings

A run-through of the different things that can poison cats and dogs (there are real differences).

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