Pet Emergency Education strives to provide the highest quality animal CPR, first aid and emergency response training to veterinary and animal professionals, pet owners, emergency responders and anyone else who genuinely cares for animals. Our internationally recognized programs offer detailed, hands-on training providing participants with a well rounded education. Our PetCPR+ and PetCPR+ Advanced programs are recognized by local and national veterinary associations, the American Association of Veterinary State Boards and Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
Our programs are based on researched and proven successful methods of animal CPR developed by emergency veterinarians and are one of the most recognized Pet CPR certifications in the US and Canada. Instructors are veterinary and animal professionals with experience in emergency management and who are certified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Animal Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response. Our certification is recognized by employers, veterinary organizations, shelters, rescues, disaster response teams and more. At Pet Emergency Education, we are unlike any other Pet CPR certification company. We were founded by a Credentialed Veterinary Technician with 22 years of experience working in veterinary hospitals and who also has taught veterinary emergency and critical care in higher education and who is certified in Basic and Advanced Life Support by the American College of Emergency and Critical Care and Cornell University. Our PetCPR+ and PetCPR+ Advanced programs are based on researched and proven successful methods of animal CPR developed by emergency veterinarians. Our programs are quickly becoming one of the most recognized Pet CPR certifications in the US and Canada.
Greg D'Andrea BA
Greg is the dedicated owner of Pet Emergency Education. He serves as the Executive Director and Marketing Specialist being responsible for all of the management for the company. With a strong background in business management Greg is committed to the success and growth of the company and is excited for the next chapter in the evolution of Pet Emergency Education. In his spare time he loves spending time in the Rocky Mountains with his wife Amy, hiking with their dog Cootie and enjoying everything their Colorado home has to offer.
Amy D'Andrea MEd, RVT, CVT, VTS(EVN)
Director of Operations and Instructor Management
Amy has been a veterinary technician for over 22 years and holds registrations and certifications in multiple states. She is a graduate of the Mount Ida College Veterinary Technology program where she completed both her Associates and Bachelors Degrees in Veterinary Technology before going on to receive her Master’s in Education from American Intercontinental University. Amy completed training at Cornell University Veterinary School in canine and feline basic and advanced life support, earning a certification by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. Most of her career has been dedicated to working in AVMA Accredited Veterinary Technology programs where she achieved the rank of Associate Professor. While teaching in higher education, Amy became a nationally renowned speaker, authored various publications, including 5 textbooks, and became one of the industry’s leading subject matter experts in veterinary technology education. She has earned a multitude of awards including the Teaching Excellence Award, Distinguished Alumni Award and the Hill’s Scholarship. Amy served for many years on the Executive Board of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America where she was the President in 2006. Additionally, Amy served on the organizing committee for the Academy of Equine Veterinary Nursing Technicians and was the chairperson for the Committee on Veterinary Technician Specialties for 3 years. Amy is proud to be the CEO of Mile High Veterinary Consulting which provides an assortment of consulting services to the veterinary community and is the founder Pet Emergency Education, an animal CPR, First Aid and emergency training company which provides recognized and approved certification courses to animal and veterinary professionals.
Denise Mikita, BS, MS, CVT
Denise completed her Bachelor’s degree in biology (Colo. State Univ.) and Master’s degree in Physiology (Penn State Univ.) before becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician (Front Range Community College, Ft. Collins) in 1997. Her veterinary career has included working in two small animal clinics, overseeing the Colorado Association of Certified Veterinary Technicians (CACVT), and working in the hospital at the Denver Zoo. She currently is the Executive Assistant to Rebecca Rose, CVT, CATALYST Veterinary Practice Consultants. In addition, she enjoys helping other small businesses achieve maximum success.
Victoria Munguia LVT
Tori was born in New Mexico, but raised in West Texas. She had a love for animals early on in life, and has never been without an animal sidekick. She has had a variety of animal friends ranging from the scaly, to the feathered, and the furry. She graduated high school in 2005, where she studied animal health and biology. In 2009, she graduated from Midland College where she was enrolled in the Vet Tech Program. Immediately following graduation, she took her National and State Board exams to become a Licensed Vet Tech in the state of Texas. Having obtained her Associates of Applied Science and Vet Tech License (LVT), she decided to further her education and was accepted to Sul Ross State University in Alpine Texas. In 2012, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology while minoring in Animal Health Science and Environmental Science. She moved back to her home town of Midland, and began to work in a variety of clinical settings. She has worked in day practices, but mostly in emergency clinics. In October 2012, she accepted a job at a duel practice vet clinic in Fort Worth Texas and has resided there since. She has been involved in several veterinary organizations such as: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS), Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and National Animal Health Emergency Rescue Corps (NAHERC). She enjoys spending her free time with her 5 cats: Emmy, Oli, Nina, Moses, and Socks; her 2 dogs: Rossi and Boo; her boyfriend, Andrew; and his 2 dogs: Ripley, Furiosa, and his cat, Talia. She also volunteers with animal foster groups to bottle feed orphaned kittens. She also enjoys reading, arts and crafts, video games, movies, music of all kinds, and shopping.