The American Red Cross will hold a dog first-aid class at its 1201 Mt. Eden Road location Saturday, March 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Angela Disch, branch manager of the Shelby County Service Center, said the class is the first of its kind the Red Cross has held in Shelby County, and it will offer instruction on how to take care of pets in emergency situations.
"We're going to cover basic care for dogs -- how to recognize emergencies and how to provide some basic emergency care until professional assistance can be obtained," Disch said.
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