— In collaboration with the Pet Emergency Academy —

Canine Wilderness First Aid Certification

How to Treat Dog Injuries & Illness in Remote Areas • How to Condition A Dog for Injury-Free Strenuous Activity


You'll be taken to the Pet Emergency Academy site

Learn how to prevent and treat pet emergencies in outdoor areas far from vet care

Developed for trail runners, hikers, campers, backpackers, hunters and K9 search & rescue teams

Self-paced online study • Two-year access to online resource center • Full-color ebook reference guide • 30 days course access

Canine First Aid & Triage Supplies

Behavior & Body Language

Fitness & Body Condition Score

Wild Animals

Physical Exam & Vital Signs

Splints, Slings & Bandages

Allergies, Dehydration, Eye Injuries, Hyper/Hypothermia, Poisons, Seizures, Wounds, Trauma & More

Cardiac Arrest, Veterinary CPR, Respiratory Distress, Drowning, Snakes & More

Note: this course is provided by the Pet Emergency Academy.

You will enroll, pay, and complete the course on their site.

Please direct all course questions to support@PetEmergencyAcademy.com.

About the Pet Emergency Academy

Leading provider of online animal first aid and medical emergency education

Approved CE provider with the International Association of Canine Professionals, Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors, Professional Animal Care Certification Council & other

Affiliated with International Aid for Animals & Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship & others

Course development led by Cornell-trained Amy D'Andrea, MEd, CVT, RVT, VTS(EVN), recipient of numerous veterinary education teaching awards and widely-recognized leader in emergency medical training designed for veterinary professionals & the general public

Online courses tailored to the needs of dogs, cats, horses, reptiles, birds, small mammals & livestock