Multi-Purpose Canines (MPC’s) have emerged as one of our combatants, an operator, and a fellow teammate. MPC’s operate throughout the theater of local law enforcement, SWAT, DHS, DoD, DoS, and especially within our Special Operation Forces; SEALs, Army SF, Marines. These canine warriors have a high probability of sustaining trauma and/or a life-threatening injury while in these environments. It is imperative that Dog Handlers, Medics, and First Responders be trained how to perform life-saving medical care in the Pre-Vet / Pre-Hospital setting, to enable them to save their teammates life.

Our 2-day course of instruction will provide everyone who attends the training the necessary knowledge and skill set needed to recognize and treat life-threatening injuries.

2-day course outline:

  • Introduction
  • Canine Anatomy and Physiology
  • Phases of Care
  • Control of Major Bleeding
  • Airway
  • Breathing
  • Control of Minor Bleeding
  • Temperature and Canines
  • Eye Trauma
  • Burns
  • Fractures
  • Head and Spine Trauma
  • Impaled Objects
  • MPC Movement
  • Evacuation of MPC
  • Bloat
  • IV Treatment for Heat Injuries
  • K9 Treatment Card

We have also created a K9 Trauma First Aid Kit (K9TFAK). This can be purchased in our store.



We also offer intermediate and advanced levels of instruction; we will train canine First Responders in advanced airway techniques (surgical airway / intubation), IV fluid therapy, field pain management and antibiotic therapies in field environment.

Our staff of instructors have years of real-world experience, from working with top Special Operations Units in our military, to our civilian counterparts that work with K9’s on daily basis.

We offer scenario-based Final Training Exercises, specific to the clients operational environment.