Tactical Canine Casualty Care

Presented by: Veterinary Tactical Group

Hosted by: TSSI and Harrisonburg Police & Fire Departments

December 2-3, 2020

Training Location: 3900 Early Road, Harrisonburg, VA, 22801

Tactical Canine Casualty Care is an intensive, hands-on, scenario-based training course that covers management of the critically ill or injured working dog in the tactical environment, unstable or hostile situations. Based on the principles of human tactical medicine, adapting TCCC/TECC guidelines to the canine patient, this course accommodates the participant’s existing medical and tactical skillset, has a small student to instructor ratio, and is appropriate for canine handlers, tactical medics, EMS, and veterinary

This two-day course will cover:
-Treatment of gunshot, stabbing, and blunt trauma injuries
-Airway management, venous access, fluid therapy, needle decompression for tension pneumothorax
-Medical emergencies: Heat Injury, drug and explosive agent exposure, gastric dilation-volvulus (“bloat”)
-Legal aspects of EMS providing pre-hospital canine emergency care
-Case-based instruction based on actual canine casualty cases
-Hands-on laboratory to reinforce treatment skills

Approved for 16 hours of Veterinary CE by the NCVMB
Approved for 16 hours CEU for all Virginia Based EMS Providers

Registration link: veterinary-tactical-group.square.site
Registration cost: $525.00
Visit www.vettacgroup.com “Training and Support” >> “On-Site Training”
Or call 910-603-0216 to register by phone
Or mail registration with name and email address to VTG, PO Box 1070, Vass, NC 28394
We accept purchase orders from government agencies. Call us 910-603-0216 or email us at
contact@vettacgroup.com to request an invoice.
VTG Instructors: VTG instructors are veterinarians, veterinary technicians, tactical medics, and canine handlers with years of experience in military and civilian law enforcement special operations canine and medical units. They share years of experience treating critically injured dogs in the tactical environment in this training to ensure this is
not “just another canine first-aid class.”

Post expires at 5:00pm on Wednesday November 25th, 2020