LI-DOG April 2017 Meeting: Helping Your Pet in an Emergency
Thurs., April 20th, 7-9PM
Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library
999 Old Country Rd., Plainview, NY (Google Map)
Do YOU know how to help your pet in an emergency? Join LI-DOG for our April Meeting to find out how!
Tom Rinelli, founder of Paws N Claws 911 Inc. in Lake Grove, NY, will present an informative lecture Helping Your Pet in an Emergency complete with a hands-on demonstration of how to manage choking in conscious & unconscious pets at the LI-DOG April Meeting at the Plainview Library on Thurs. April 20th. The information Tom shares will include pro-active safety in the home/workplace to reduce choking potential, signs and symptoms of choking, how to effectively handle this emergency and dispelling rumors about ineffective techniques that are often seen on social media.
Paws N Claws 911 provides Pet CPR, First Aid, and Care Training to pet parents, pet care professionals and advocacy groups as well as Emergency Service Personnel in the NY Metro area. Tom is a seasoned 25+-year pre-hospital emergency medical care provider and educator with field experience in both NYC and on LI. He has taught over 400 students in Pet CPR, First Aid and Care Training over the past four years. Information will also be available on the full range of hands-on Pet CPR & First Aid training classes offered as well as fundraiser class opportunities for non-profit groups”
The LI-DOG April Meeting will run from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. From 7 until 7:30 p.m., LI-DOG organizers will talk about developments in its campaigns for more on-leash and off-leash access to Long Island parks and beaches as well as the latest on upcoming LI-DOG events like the LI-DOG Pack Walk at Old Westbury Gardens on April 22nd and LI-DOG’s Pints-n-Paws Luau on June 11th. Tom’s presentation will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m.
RSVP (All RSVP’s for this event must be done on the LI-DOG Meetup Group or by email)
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We hope to see you for Tom’s presentation Helping Your Pet in an Emergency LI-DOG April Meeting!
Please note: Only service animals are permitted in the Plainview-Old Bethpage Library.