The size and species of the animal needs to be considered when purchasing a first aid kit. Larger animals will need larger rolls of bandage material and more liquids such as disinfectants and water to flush wounds. If you take your pet hiking, camping and any other outdoor activity, it is a very good idea to have a travel kit in your backpack or in the glove compartment of your car. Travel kits are smaller versions of the full kits with less supplies in them, however the supplies they carry focus on the outdoor injuries your pet could encounter. If you frequent dog shows then you should pack a first aid kit when you attend shows and events. Pet sitters, dog walkers and doggie daycare may have a number of animals in their care at one time so a larger volume of supplies are necessary. It is very important to check your first aid kit often for expired items and restock any supplies that are low.
Equipment & Supplies for Putting Together Your Own Pet First Aid Kit.
Different species, age groups, and pet lifestyles have different first aid kit needs. For example, a ferret or diabetic pet kit should include honey or Karo syrup in the event of a low blood sugar episode. Pets who take medications regularly should have a couple days supply of all current medications (be sure to rotate meds to make sure they don't expire). Your veterinarian can help you customize a first aid kit to meet your pet's additional medical needs.
Includes many essential pet first aid supplies
Our All Purpose 45-Piece Pet First Aid Kit is perfect for taking care of any minor injuries for pets!
Includes many essential pet first aid supplies. Our Pet First Aid Kit is packaged in a hard plastic case with water seal gasket making it easy to take anywhere.
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