Quad City Animal Welfare Center pet first aid class


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Press release submitted by QCAWC



Quad City Animal Welfare Center
724 West Second Avenue Milan Illinois 61264 309-787-6830 www.qcawc.org


Pet First Aid Class

(Milan, IL) –The American Red Cross and the Quad City Animal Welfare Center (QCAWC)

will hold a Pet First Aid Class on Saturday, May 18th, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to

noon. The class will be held at the QCAWC Education Center located at 724 West Second

Avenue, Milan, IL.


Pet First Aid is the immediate and temporary care given to an injured animal until he/she can

be taken to a professional veterinarian for more definitive medical care and attention. The

primary goal of pet first aid is to protect both the family and the pet from further harm or

injury.


The cost to attend the class is $20.00. Please call Patti McRae at 309-787-6830 ext. 13 to

register.





















 




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