Empowering Canine Professionals to Save Lives.
To be the UK leader in the provision of Dog First Aid training programmes that comply fully with the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 to those who work with dogs whilst supporting non-profit animal relating organisations who share our ethics.
- that all those who work with dogs should hold a current valid Dog First Aid certificate.
- that all Dog First Aid trainers should train with practising members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
- that all dogs and humans are individuals and should be treated as such with honesty, respect and understanding.
- in the promotion of animal welfare and full compliance with the Animal Welfare Act 2006. In particular the recognition of the following animal needs:
(a) its need for a suitable environment,
(b) its need for a suitable diet,
(c) its need to be able to exhibit normal behaviour patterns,
(d) any need it has to be housed with, or apart from, other animals,
(e) its need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.
- that the dog rescue situation in the UK needs to be recognised and addressed by our government because of the large number of unwanted dogs being euthanised every year.