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Complaint no affidavit been helping people love boost probabilities talks She loves European holidays but can't bear to leave her own dogs for too has a Certificate IV Companion Animal Management through the Society, a Diploma of Canine Behavior, Science Technology from Canada's Companion Animal Sciences Institute, a B.A. a Dip.Ed. This first aid course is two parts. They each run for one hour. This is part 1 which deals with first aid and bandaging. It cover first aid for dogs and cats with a brief section on wildlife This course has been designed for people to become a first responder for animal incident and does not replace vet care. Participants part 1 should have a fake dog and if possible, their own dog and some treats handy and just a flexible white bandage Learning Objectives To be competent as a First Aid responder About The Presenter has a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology from the University of Queensland. While at university she completed work placement at a huge variety of different places including; Guide Dogs Queensland, Australia Zoo, Paws and Relax Doggy Daycare and different vets. her third year of Uni spent 6 weeks with RSPCA's animal rehabilitation and training team and found that dog training and behaviour modification was where her true passion lay. currently works at Positive Response Dog Training, teaching puppy and adult dog classes and coaching people animal first aid. She is currently studying a Certificate IV Companion Animal Services. This first aid course is two parts. They each run for one hour. This is part 2 which deals with CPR, trauma toxic substances. It cover first aid for dogs and cats with a brief section on wildlife This course has been designed for people to become a first responder for animal incident and does not replace vet care. Learning Objectives About The Presenter has a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology from the University of Queensland. While at university she completed work placement at a huge variety of different places including; Guide Dogs Queensland, Australia Zoo, Paws and Relax Doggy Daycare and different vets. her third year of Uni spent 6 weeks with RSPCA's animal rehabilitation and training team and found that dog training and behaviour modification was where her true passion lay. currently works at Positive Response Dog Training, teaching puppy and adult dog classes and coaching people animal first aid. She is currently studying a Certificate IV Companion Animal Services. The impetus for this program was borne 18 months ago, when one of 's dogs luckily escaped encounter with a Tiger Snake. lives on a rural property which is a high snake prone area. fact, all three venomous snakes Tasmania, Tiger Snake, Copperhead and White Lipped Snake reside on her property. Since then she has undertaken research around the world and talked to others who are considering or are the process of establishing positive snake avoidance programs. Whilst this program is a work progress, believes it is critical that if she can provide education to others then it save dogs from being bitten by snakes. Learning Objectives This webinar is about teaching a dog that the smell and sight of a snake is to be avoided and to move away away from the snake. It include the training steps for the dog to alert to a human as well as teach strategies for when the dog is home alone.The session include videos of pilot program. About The Presenter Cleaver is a relatively new trainer the dog training industry and is the owner operator of and Labradoodles and She has a strong background vocational education and training of 26 years, and combined with her passion for dogs, embarked on a career change 2014. The impetus for her career