New York, New York 10001
Pet CPR & First Aid training for certification as well as comfortable and safe in-home Boarding services, one on one walks, and taking care of your K9 like mine.
Pet CPR classes currently operates in New York City, and offers training on site, in-homes, out of state locations and abroad for groups.
20 years experience in pet rehabilitation and the rebuilding of dogs’ spirits and physical limitations as a result of extensive abuse, neglect, and trauma, as well as those raised in loving homes lacking proper training and handling. Passionate animal welfare advocate for homeless, unwanted and injured animals that include dogs, cats and birds. Although I work with a variety of breeds, I specialize in senior, hospice and terminal conditions, all sizes recovering from injury, and 30 years experience with Pomeranian, Pekingese and Brachycephalic breeds.
Partner for an animal refuge at Rescatista de Animales in Villanueva, Honduras, and continually seeking partnerships with local organizations in the United States to rescue and provide medical care and adoptions for dogs/cats suffering from debilitating injuries, neglect, abuse and starvation in one of the most underserved regions. Worked with groups such as MAYOR’S ALLIANCE FOR PETS, Pekingese Rescue Network Inc., Animal Haven, Empty Cages Collective, and international borders to rescue to pull, rescue, rehabilitate and re-home at high risk euthanasia animals not always available to the public and collaborating with animal wildlife rehabilitators. National Pet Sitter on Rover Pet Sitters (www.rover.com/sit/furkids) and DogVacay.com. Certified by both Pet Tech and the American Red Cross to perform Pet CPR & First Aid.
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4 Classes are currently being offered by Lorna Li of oneTree wholistic:
-Petsitting Foster and Adoption Safety
-Hospice Care and Preparing for the Rainbow Bridge
-Pet Tech CPR First Aid class
-Pet Tech Petsaver class
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