We are a network of veterinary professionals and trainers with a shared vision - to give everyone with a dog in their life the skills and confidence to act in an emergency.
There are 9 million dogs in the UK and the majority will require First Aid at least once in their life. As owners and carers we never know when an accident may happen and they will need our help.
Since 2013 we have trained thousands of people to provide the emergency care their dogs need before getting to a vet. We are so proud that in many cases this has saved the dog's life.
Find a course
Want to know what to do if your dog is choking? How about how to give lifesaving CPR? Our training is available across the whole of the UK and we even offer tutor led online training now too!
Host a Course
Are you a doggy business or rescue operation? We make it easy for you to host a course. You provide a venue and the attendees, we provide the training and certification. Earn money and increase awareness for your business or charity whilst giving your customers added value.
Fancy running your own business? Do you love helping dogs and people? We support people just like you to run their own successful Franchise. With a tried and tested business model and the support of Head Office and the wider network, you will be in business for yourself, but not by yourself.
Our courses are CPD accredited, giving you an assurance of quality and are delivered throughout the UK.
Dog First Aid are proud members of the following Associations
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Dog First Aid has a great reputation with it's customers and an excellent Trustist Review score. Find out what they have to say by visiting our reviews page.
Learned so much useful information in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere, I now feel confident that I could deal with a wide range of first aid situations & at least be helpful in some way if not by saving a dog's life!!
I've walked away feeling so much more confident in dealing with a first aid situation and hopefully I will never need to use a lot of it, but if the worst happens I now know how to possibly save the life of someones precious canine friend. I highly recommend anyone who owns a dog to take this course.