5 Tips on Dog Safety

With a policing background and a love for Michelle Sevigny and Montyanimals, Michelle Sevigny is the creator and head instructor for Dogsafe: Canine First Aid. Below are 5 tips on dog safety.

Release the Hounds’ staff had the privilege of attending Dogsafe Canine® First Aid with Michelle Sevigny just this past weekend. This full day training program teaches everything from preventing the need for first aid to performing CPR on canines.

It was quite the experience!  Here are just a few tips we learned!

5 Tips on Dog Safety


Michelle’s moto is simple:

safety first so you and your furry friend can enjoy life!

[/pullquote]1. Always have a fully stocked First Aid pack handy

2. Keep yourself safe first so you can help your dog

3. Learn how to read dog behaviour in order to prevent any mishaps

4. Know where the closest emergency veterinarian is at all times

and lastly, but very not least…

5. Take a Canine First Aid training program so you can be prepared and confident if any emergency were to happen


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