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Robbie’s the star in First Aid for Pets

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I recently taught a lovely group of very keen pet owners in Harrogate about First Aid for their four-legged friends. They were delighted to feel confident enough to respond in an emergency situation.

A willing assistant

Robbie, my lovely rescue Labrador, proved to be a great model for my Powerpoint presentation. He helped out when I was demonstrating how to assess circulation and how to apply a pressure bandage.

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