welcome to illinois pet cpr & first aid

We teach canine & feline emergency care skills to caring pet parents, pet care professionals and civic organizations

About us

Learn to Save a Pet's Life

Unfortunately, there's no 911 for our pet family members. Invest a few hours and learn how to save a pet's life

Real Lessons. Real Experts.

Learn pet CPR & first aid from a boarding facility owner, former US Army officer and licensed PetTech™ instructor

Essential for Pet Care Pros

Give your customers peace of mind knowing that your team is ready in an emergency.

What We do

Learn to save a pet's life

Classes are taught monthly at our training facility in Oak Brook, Illinois. We've taught hundreds of loving pet parents, pet care professionals, rescue and foster groups and first responders.

What you will learn

You'll learn to safely approach an injured animal, assess for life threatening injuries, reduce a choking, stop bleeding and bandage common injuries, recognize symptoms of poisoning and much more. You will learn and practice lifesaving CPR protocols for dogs and cats.

What you will earn

Upon completion of our six hour course,  you will earn a two-year certificate of training from PetTech™. Many pet care professional organizations recognize our training with continuing education units.

We'll come to you

Let us bring the class to your facility. Train your entire team in a single session. Your customers will appreciate the peace of mind that comes knowing your entire team can handle an emergency.

What our students are saying

We've taught pet CPR classes to hundreds of pet parents, groomers, pet sitters, dog walkers, rescue groups, trainers and first responders. Here's what our graduates have to say about our hands-on Pet CPR and First Aid classes.


We teach group classes

Grab some friends. Make this a work outing. Educate your rescue group volunteers, staff and board members. Our fun and engaging class is great for groups of all sizes and is a great community awareness builder.

UPCOMING CLASSES

Our classes are conducted monthly at our private training facility in Oak Brook, Illinois. Classes typically are held on Saturdays and run from 9am to 3pm. Bring a sack lunch. Dress comfortably and come prepared to get up and down from the floor while working with our demonstration cats and dogs. Special accommodations for physical limitations will be made. Students must be at least 14 years old.