Classes for Pets and Humans

Calling all pet owners or future pet owners…

Owning a pet is an exciting time, but just like having a child, having a pet comes with a lot of responsibility. You want to make sure you are educated, and that you

are also educating your pet so you can both be the best you can be. Here at University Animal Hospital, we not only take care of your pets when they are injured or sick, but we teach them (and you) how to be great animals!

We offer a large variety of classes that range from kid friendly to CPR for pets. Keep reading to learn more about all we have to offer here.

Puppy Kindergarten – The first few months that you have a new puppy are crucial. We offer a basic training class to teach the basics (sit, stay, down, come) of puppy-hood, and how to socialize with other dogs. Instilling good habits right from the magnus 100 viagra start is the best way to ensure a well behaved dog for the rest of their years.

Me and My Pet – “Mom I want a puppy! I promise I’ll take care of it.” Does this line sound familiar? If you know that you will be the one who ends up taking care of the new addition, then this class is for you. Educating children on the responsibility of owning a pet is so important. This class teaches the kids how to care for their new pet properly with topics from grooming to exercise.

Save-A-Pet – We all know how to react in a scary situation involving a human, but what about if your pet gets himself into trouble? This class goes over everything you need to know in a crisis with your pet, including poisoning, first aid and CPR.

We are always more than happy to provide an educational tour or private session to ensure that you and your family know how we operate at University Animal Hospital. Safety for you and your pet is our number one priority at all times. Call today or visit our classes resource page to learn more about the classes we offer.

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