Dog First Aid Ltd specialises in training those who work with dogs and responsible owners with emergency care skills.  We offer veterinary approved, formally accredited, CPD training courses for dog handlers in the Ministry of Defence, Police and Search & Rescue dog handlers, dog trainers, walkers, boarders, groomers, show judges, ring craft handlers, gun dog trainers, rescue volunteers and all those working in the canine sector.  With a team of experienced and qualified trainers we bring Dog First Aid to you and ensure that you leave our courses having all the knowledge you need to administer canine first aid, but also the confidence to act in an emergency situation should you need to put those skills in to play.  We are passionate about Dog First Aid and firmly believe that every pet professional should obtain and maintain the skills necessary to care for the dogs in their care to the highest standard possible.  We also believe that you never stop learning so we bring you the most up to date techniques and information possible with our courses being regularly reviewed, trainers continuing their professional development and working practically.


The Dog First Aid courses have raised thousands of pounds for animal related charities all over the UK through donating a percentage of profits from courses we have organised ourselves and through those hosting our courses choosing to donate to various non-profit organisations including GRWE, ESSW, Hope Rescue, Ostara Rescue, SNDogs, Cool to be Kind, UK Wolfdog Rescue, Black Retriever X, The K9 Project, Crofters Rescue and many more.


Our Dog First Aid Courses all comply fully with The Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 and are approved by veterinary professionals with the course content and materials being regularly reviewed.   We aim to not only teach you life-saving emergency dog first aid skills, but to instil the confidence in you to use these skills in real life scenarios that you could be faced with at any time.

Please note that booking is essential for all courses and places are limited to ensure a productive learning environment.