Crash course in pet first-aid


IF YOU OWN A DOG OR A CAT–YOU KNOW YOU LOVE THEM LIKE FAMILY. THAT’S WHY THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IS LAUNCHING AN ONLINE FIRST A EGGERT ANIMAL CLINIC ON SHERIDAN DRIVE IN TONAWANDA IS BUSY THIS TIME OF YEAR… ALYCE SCHAEFER/VETERINARIA N, BRIGHTON-EGGERT ANIMAL CLINIC: A LOT OF DOGS FAVORIT SCHAEFER IS GLAD TO HEAR ABOUT THE RED CROSS’S ONLINE FIRST AID COURSEOR CATS AND DOGS. IT TEACHES OWNERS THINGS LIKE PET C-P- LAB MIX NAMED MOOSE: WE REALLY AREN’T EDUCATED TO KNOW WHAT TO DO WHEN TH CUT THEMSELVES AND IT’S BLEEDING BADLY OR SWALLOW BEES. WH ESPECIALLY IF YOUR PET IS IN A REAL EMERGENCY. BUT, IT IS MEANT TO BETTER EQUIP YOU UNTIL YOU CAN YOUR PET SOME HELP. JAY BONAFEDE/COMMUNICAT ION COORDINATOR, WNYFORE AND COSTS 25 DOLLARS. IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN CHECKING IT OUT–WE’VE GOT A LINK AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE–WKBW.COM DOLLY CRAIG: I THINK IT’S A GREAT IDEA. FOR THE NOW BUFFALO, I’M ALI