WE COVER THE TOPIC OF DOG FIRST AID KITS – THEIR IMPORTANCE, THEIR CONTENTS – AND FIRST AID TRAINING FOR PETS
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First Aid Kits are things often overlooked in every household for the humans. Elmiri Fox grew up with no first aid kit but instead a cupboard filled with random items collected like cough syrup, antiseptic cream, and odd plasters.
Being the amazing accident prone person she is it usually ended up with either a hospital trip with tea towels to stop bleeding, or trips around the village to find someone who actually had a first aid kit.
Finally in adulthood, Elmiri now recognises the need for a first aid kit. The humans have one and the dogs have one. Dory also has one dog one (thanks to Elmiri & Foxes Tale Creations), one human one, one…general one, and 2 drawers full of first aid/OTC style medications for humans. On this page we’re going to talk about doggo first aid kits and what you should have in them (and why).
- Tick remover
- Cohesive bandages/Vet wrap
- Gauze pads
- Blunt ended scissors
- Saline solution
- Non-alcoholic cleansing wipes
Renasan First Aid Spray is AMAZING!
It can be used for everything. All animal types, dog, cat, reptile, human, horse, cattle. All wound types, surface, puncture, eye, mouth. It can also be used to clean surfaces, hands, tools (tweezers) before doing any first aid.