SESSION 39: Learn First Aid for Your Dog from Lynn Russell

//SESSION 39: Learn First Aid for Your Dog from Lynn Russell

SESSION 39: Learn First Aid for Your Dog from Lynn Russell

In episode 39, I bring you an interview with Licensed Veterinary Technician and Certified Pet First Aid and CPR Instructor, Lynn Russell.  Lynn takes us through the basic set up of our pet first aid kit, and , more importantly, gives us some key Do’s and Don’ts in using some of those items in our kit.

In this session:

Are you prepared for a medical emergency with your dog?

Do you know what should be in your dog’s first aid kit?

What are some of the things you should NEVER do in performing first aid with your dog?

Details In this Session


People United for Pets (P.U.P. Dog Rescue)

Rescue Dog of the Week:

Here’s Nova’s page:

Interview with the Director of PUP Dog Rescue:

If you’d like to know more about PUP Dog Rescue and more about how to find a good rescue organization, as well as get some tips about picking a good rescue dog for you, here’s my interview with Laura Tonkin (She’s the Director of PUP Dog Rescue)

Lynn’s Info:

Here’s the link to Lynn’s article on The Dog’s Way Blog that describes the list for your dog’s first aid kit:

Here’s the link to the article where I teach you the steps to condition your dog to enjoy using a muzzle:

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Let me know how your first aid kit comes together.

All the Best,


By |2017-07-30T21:06:07+00:00December 4th, 2015|podcast|0 Comments

About the Author:

I’ve been training people and dogs in Seattle for the last decade and a half. My main focus when working with clients every week in one-on-one, private lessons is to help people learn to get their dogs to a functional level so that they can actually enjoy spending time every day with their dog instead of stressing about their dog’s behavior issues.

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