The Pet Academy May Newsletter

The Pet Academy May Newsletter

Dear Pet Lovers,

Welcome to the May edition of The Pet Academy Newsletter! As the days grow longer and warmer, it’s the perfect time to ensure you’re equipped with the knowledge to keep your beloved pets safe and healthy.

I’m thrilled to extend a warm welcome to both our new and returning subscribers. Whether you’re a seasoned pet owner or just starting your journey with a furry friend, The Pet Academy is here to support you every step of the way.

Sign up for your free Pet First Aid guide!

Empower yourself with essential knowledge by signing up for our free Pet First Aid guide. From basic care to emergency situations, this guide is a must-have for any pet parent. Click here to get your copy today!

Upcoming Courses:

Mark your calendars for our upcoming Pet First Aid Level 2 course, taking place on Saturday, 8th June 2024. Whether you’re a novice or looking to refresh your skills, our expert instructors will provide invaluable training to ensure you can confidently handle pet emergencies.

Top Tips on Poisonous Flowers for Spring:

With spring in full bloom, it’s essential to be aware of potential hazards lurking in your garden or on your walks. Stay informed with our top tips on identifying and avoiding poisonous flowers, keeping your furry companions safe as they explore the great outdoors.

Here are just a few common flowers that are poisonous to dogs:

  • Bluebells
  • Daffodils
  • Ivy
  • Onion and Garlic plants
  • Snow drops
  • Tulips

Free Online Course: Pet First Aid for Bleeds

In collaboration with our dedication to pet safety, we’re offering our online Pet First Aid for Bleeds course for free! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn life-saving techniques from the comfort of your home. Enroll now and gain the confidence to handle bleeding emergencies effectively.

Stay Connected:

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Thank you for being a part of The Pet Academy community. Together, we can ensure our furry friends lead happy, healthy lives.

Warm wishes,

Becca Wilson
The Pet Academy Team

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