Jo-Anne Brenner, K9 MEDIC(tm) Executive Director and Founder
For over a decade, Jo-Anne has developed and taught K9 Emergency Medicine programs for SAR, Law Enforcement and Military K9 Handlers and
Paramedics. She leads a team of multidisciplinary experts to customize education programs for specific environments and protocols including
Canine-TCCC, K9-TECC, and Wilderness protocols. Jo-Anne and the K9 MEDIC(tm) team have been privileged to serve teams including USAF PJs,
ATF Special Operations Medics, CBP (BorSTAR/BorTAC) K9 Handlers and Medics, Georgia Emergency Management Agency teams and a wide variety of
over 100 State and Local EMS, Law Enforcement and SAR teams.
Jo-Anne is a recognized author and speaker for industry media. She was an American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) Veterinary Committee on Trauma (VetCOT) Prehospital sub-committees contributor and author for the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualt Care K9-TECC Working Group. Throughout her careers, she has taught more than 10,000 students in 14 countries, and in five languages.
K9 MEDIC(tm) has an epic vision to change the world for every Working K9, ensuring access to the same pre-hospital care as their human counterparts. To join our mission, e-mail us info@K9MEDIC.com, visit us at K9MEDIC.com, or friend us at Facebook.com/K9MEDIC
CLASS: Intro to K9 Tactical Responder
You hear the gunshot, followed by a squeal of pain from your K9. When the $h!+# hits the fan, what do you do next? This seminar teaches you both the knowledge and hands-on skills you need to make that decision and then take the best treatment action. Whether your K9 is bleeding profusely or was stabbed in the chest, we’ll teach what to do, when to do it, and how to do it… with plenty of hands-on practice. And because not all line-of-duty threats are traumatic, we will also cover heat injuries… the leading cause of preventable deaths in Working K9s.