Free Pet First Aid Tutorials You Should Learn Today

Free Pet First Aid Tutorials You Should Learn Today


Video From: LRCV Secretary on Youtube

"CPR tutorial video demonstrated by Dr. Erica W. Tinson BSc, BVSc(Hons), MVSc.

This five-minute video follows current CPR guidelines as recommended by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER) initiative."

Video From: First Aid for Life

"Brought to you by Emma Hammett from First Aid for Life.

This video shows you how to help if your dog is choking. 

Empower yourself with the skills and confidence to keep your pet safe and know how to help if they have an accident."

You'll never know when your pet needs urgent medical attention!!

When we suddenly encounter our fur babies having seizure, heat strokes, accidental wounds and injuries, etc., we would just rush them to the vet when we lack the knowledge of first aid. And most of the time, it might be too late when they reach the vet. Also, we are mostly not aware that certain emergencies require first aid on the way to the clinic or they may just end up dying on the way there! It's also important to take note that animals are very different from humans from our anatomy, body size, breathing, etc. As such, it is important to know that doing first aid of humans to pets may end up doing more harm instead of saving them. But don't worry, there are pet first aid tutorials and even courses offered all around the world, especially in Singapore! These pet first aid skills will help you handle life-and-death situations! Isn't that amazing? Isn't it such a relief when you are ready for every possible pet emergency situation that could happen? 

Get the first aid knowledge you need for your fur babies asap with these tutorials that will surely help you get ready for any pet emergency situations that might need urgent medical actions and procedures:

1. Singapore Emergency Responder Academy (SERA)

SERA is birthed out of their passionate devotion to contribute to the well-being of society. They are an accredited First Aid, BCLS+AED, CPR+AED and Instructor Training Centre by the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council. In addition, they also provide Psychosocial Support Training like Psychological First Aid and First Aid in Mental Health. These courses are highly recognized by government agencies and private organisations in Singapore.

Basic Information:

  • Address: 51 Cuppage Road, #03-0351 Cuppage RoadSingapore 229469
  • Contact Details: Telephone: +65 6866 0663 courses

2. NGEE ANN - CET Academy

Established in 1985, the Continuing Education & Training (CET) Academy is the driving force behind Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s efforts to offer adult education and training. Their mission to help adult learners navigate the ever-changing world through skills-upgrading and reskilling, has enabled more than 180,000 working adults gain new skills, stay relevant and remain employable in today’s global economy. With the strong commitment towards talent development for the future of work, they also aim to partner businesses and organisations in curating solutions that address training needs, equipping the industry with skills relevant to the future economy, and enhancing workforce efficiency with better work practices.

Basic Information:

  • Address: Blk 50, #01-01, 535 Clementi Road, Singapore 599489
  • Contact Details: Tel: 6463 0596 | Fax: 6462 0075

3. Dog First Aid

Maggie Charn has been in the pet industry as a professional pet stylist since 2004. Her passion and love for pets is never ending. She signed up for the first aid course immediately upon hearing about it on radio FM93.8 Pet’s Project and was the first student to take up Canine First Responder course when it was introduced back in 2013.

Recognising the importance of dog first aid during her course of work, Maggie seeks to promote more awareness of having valuable pet first aid skills among pet care professionals, pet owners and animal lovers. To achieve this, she underwent comprehensive training to become a certified Canine First Rsponder Instructor. She then proceeded to acquire the Canine First Responder Course™ in May 2015 and is the only authorised Canine First Responder Course Instructor in Singapore. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and attained ACTA and DACE certifications respectively.

Dog First Aid has been invited to several major pet events and has been featured in various media platforms such as TV programmes, Yahoo! Singapore and SPH newspapers over the past few years.! 

Basic Information:

  • Address: 7 Jasmine Road (S) 576581 (Adelphi Park Estate)
  • Contact Details: +65 91128778/


As much as we love our fur babies, there are situations and emergencies that in the worst case scenario, take them away from us in just a blink of an eye! So as loving pet owners, we have the responsibility of making sure that we have the knowledge that we need to help them as much as we can! Quick action is required to save our pets' lives in these situations! So what are you waiting for? Give these pet first aid tutorials or courses a try and gain all the pet first aid knowledge that you need! What's spending a bit of time, effort, or money when it can save your pets' lives eventually?

Feel free to share this with your fellow pet owner who needs this! You can also leave a comment down below about your experiences with pet first aid and everything you know about it, we would also love to read them!

Rose Hazel San Diego

Hazel loves pets & she has owned cats, dogs, & even hedgehogs! She also fosters cats & dogs in need around her area. With her social media & copywriting background, she gladly shares her knowledge of pets through these articles!

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