2 video lessons (1 hour/lesson)

You have a cat but find it difficult to take care of them? Do you know what is their normal temperature or how to measure it? Do you know that your cat is trying to communicate with you with different body language? 

Whether you have a cat or a dog, you mean the world to your fur kids. For that reason, as pet guardians, we should think about their health and emergency situations! In this course, let us guide you in preparing for dire situations especially involving your cat’s health and safety. We want you to truly “know your cat!”.

Most pet parents have no idea what constitute an emergency or don’t know what to do when encountering one. Wait…sounds a lot like you? The bad news is that your pet’s life might be at risk especially during emergencies.

“1 out of 4 pets could be saved if just one first-aid technique was applied prior to getting veterinary assistance.” (American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA))

Knowing what to do during those first few moments can save your pet’s life. What better ways to spend your time during this time of pandemic where we are required to stay at home? Learn how to take better care of your cat; be the pet hero your pets need today!

If this is you, your pet's life may be unnecessarily threatened. .

Your pet is injured, but don't know what to do?

Feeling helpless when pets are injured or sick

Treat pets the wrong way

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Don’t even know your pet's normal and abnormal conditions

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Don't know what to do at the critical moment

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Fear of approaching/biting when pets are in pain

Although first aid care is not a substitute for veterinary care, but it may save your pet's life until it receives veterinary treatment.


Confidently identify what is normal or abnormal for a pet

Be ready and fully prepared

Able to take safety precautions

Give the right information to your veterinarian

Able to comfort your pets and reduce their fear

Become your pet's reliable guardian

Do you wish to do something for your fur kid?
Start with yourself. Be a Pet Hero!

How to become a Certified Pet First Aider?

Meet Your Tutor

Dr. Lee Wai Wai

Founder of PetMedic
Certified Pet First Aid Instructor

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Pet Owners Educated
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Years of Experience in Animal Health Industry
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Years of Experience in Pet First Aid Training


Sign up 'Bundle Pack' to get items worth RM193!

Basic + Advanced Cat First Aid Course

Basic + Advanced Cat First Aid Course + Pet CPR Certification Course

Have questions? We're here to answer.

Phone: +6010-7639434
37-2, Jalan Kuchai Maju 1, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Operation Hour: Mon - Fri , 10:00 - 18:00

Frequently Asked Questions

All lessons will be held in the course’s private Facebook group.

You can learn anytime, anywhere. After signing up, you are able watch 2 video lessons immediately, and you can replay the lessons indefinitely and revisit them for life.

Absolutely! Video lessons will remain in the group for you to relearn and revisit. If you have any questions you want to ask, you can post them to the group, and the tutor will answer them one by one.

This course is suitable for everyone to participate. We encourage all pet owners or non-pet owners to participate in this course, so that everyone has the opportunity to become the hero our pets need.

To become a certified pet first aider,  you must complete the following courses:

If you are certified as a pet first aider, the certification will last for 2 years.

Your Action Now Dictates Your Pet's Future. What Are You Waiting For?