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Exciting Dog Business Franchise Opportunity - with a Difference!

Dog First Aid Limited is a company focused on providing the best quality dog first aid training to canine professionals from dog walkers to groomers, boarding kennel staff to charity workers, as well as responsible dog owners. It is the only qualified UK company to offer the Continued Professional Development accredited Emergency Canine Care™ (ECC) Course.

Director Jo Middleton (pictured) began the company in 2013 and since then, she and her trainers have assisted thousands of dog professionals and owners giving them the skills to deal effectively and confidently with many emergency situations with dogs.

The business has grown from strength to strength with huge demand for its services across the country; the Dog First Aid Ltd’s workshop has even recently been added to the list of The Kennel Club’s KCAI (Kennel Club Accredited Instructor) events for 2016 and the company is also the chosen provider for the Animal Care & Management National Vocational Qualification Level 3 at Wiltshire College. With so much demand Jo is looking for dog lovers to join the organisation through an exciting new franchise opportunity:

‘Dog first Aid Ltd is the perfect turn-key franchise operation for anyone who is passionate about animal welfare and has the drive to manage their own business as part of our strong brand. We’re looking for people like us, who want to give dog owners and dog professionals the skills and confidence they need, whilst also working to support non-profit animal relating organisations who share our ethics.

Opportunities are available nationwide and can be full or part time with full support, equipment and training provided, it would be your business to run to suit your lifestyle needs. Some of our trainers are Registered Veterinary Nurses and some are qualified trainers holding nationally recognised training qualifications. All our trainers undergo exclusive, extensive training in canine first aid with registered members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons before being able to teach for Dog First Aid Ltd.’

Further details of workshops and the Dog First Aid franchise opportunity can be found at or by calling 07597 905632.


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