If your pet had a medical emergency, would you know what to do?

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According to the American Animal Hospital Association,  60% of all visits to a local veterinary clinic or hospital are due to medical emergencies.   Of that 60%, one forth more were saved by having first aid or cpr administered before they reach the veterinary clinic.  So what if it happened  to your beloved pooch or kitty?  Would you know what to do?  Certified Pet Tech Instructors,  like Virginia McMullen, owner of Creation’s Care Pet Sitting, routinely hold classes for pet parents and pet professionals alike with the goal of ensuring that each pet, when faced with the prospect of a medical emergency can receive the care they need.  Want to know more?  Click here to learn more about our PetSaver class. 

Classes are now available for the Tallahassee and Thomasville area.   Reserve your spot today!!

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About Creation's Care Pet Sitting

Having an undying love for animals of all shapes and sizes, it is no wonder that Virginia jumped at the opportunity to share her passion for animals with other animal lovers through Creation's Care Pet Sitting. Affectionately known as "Aunt V" by all her four legged furry friends, Virginia spent five years in the equine industry, serving as a therapeutic horseback riding instructor for individuals with disabilities before beginning her pet sitting career. Virginia is an active volunteer with the Companion Animal Rescue Endeavor (C.A.R.E.) in Tallahassee and supporter of the ASPCA.
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