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Testimonial from a very special CPR Participant

The following is a Testimonial
from a family that had a Private, In-Home, CPR and First Aid class last week.
I am so blessed that I met this wonderful family and their very special dog, a beautiful and gentle soul.
Thank you so much Eileen!






FAST FACTS:
There are 78 million dogs and 86 million cats in the U.S. http://www.aspca.org/;
Americans spend $50.84 billion dollars annually on our pets. (http://www.americanpetproducts.org/press_industrytrends.asp)
It is estimated that less than 1%  of Pet Owners are certified in CPR and First Aid for their pets. (http://www.avma.org/)
Pet First Aid can mean the difference between life and death, between temporary and permanent disability, between expensive veterinary bills and reasonable homecare, and between fast recovery and long recuperation for your pet. (American Animal Hospital Association www.aahanet.org
You protect your pets and provide for their safety and welfare in so many ways, but could you save their life in a medical emergency?
This is a “Must Do” for every pet owner to learn the skills necessary to assist your best friends in their time of need.  Your pets would learn these same skills for you in a heartbeat!


Our Story:
"Three months ago our 3 year old Golden Retriever was in severe distress after swallowing a foreign object. Sadly, we were helpless bystanders as we rushed him to the Emergency Veterinary Hospital.


We did not know how to give him rescue breathing or CPR, and we knew very few First Aid techniques that would have stabilized him and kept him safe until he got appropriate medical attention.


Our dog ended up having a very invasive and very costly abdominal surgery to save his life.

We were referred to Kim MacCrone and PetSavers by the Emergency Hospital Vet Tech and our Pet Sitter.

After taking Kim MacCrone’s PETSAVER CPR AND FIRST AID CLASS we feel empowered and confident that in the event that our dog or cat has a medical emergency we know the right things to do to help save our pet’s life. 


In the event of choking, car accidents and other trauma, broken bones, excessive bleeding, seizures, poisoning, and insect or reptile bites, we now know how to assess his vital signs, how to do rescue breathing, and how to do pet CPR and save a life. 


We NO LONGER have to stand by helplessly watching our pets suffer. We also have the Pet Saver Application on our smart phone which makes the CPR and First Aid instructions readily available.
Kim’sexpertise, enthusiasm, and personal experience as a Vet Tech supplements and enhances the already outstanding Pet Saver program that she provides.
You owe it to yourself and your pets to take this class.

Kim exceeded our expectations and was very kind, competent, conscientious, and thoroughly professional in every way."

Eileen Haber
Teacher, Parent, Animal Assisted Therapy with OT, PT & ST
Scottsdale, Arizona
*Recently completed the Pet Saver CPR, First Aid, Dental and Senior Care certification program with Kim MacCrone, CVT.

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