You've invested a lot of time and money in your dog's training. Be prepared to take care of them in an emergency. This kit will help you with everything from porcupine encounters to major injuries. The supplies are separated into two kits, so you can carry the smaller kit in your vest or pack and keep the larger in your vehicle. There is also space in the larger kit to customize with personal items of your choice. The small kit comes in a zippered camo case and contains WoundSeal® for instant stopping of bleeding in major cuts. Locking, stainless steel, surgical-quality forceps, excellent for quill removal. Needle-nose pliers. Stainless steel, surgical-quality scissors. Nail trimmer for broken nails. Digital thermometer with case. Slip leash for restraining an injured dog. Four sterile gauze pads (2" x 3"). Four rolls of sterile gauze (4" x 4 yd). One roll self-adhering bandage (2" x 5 yd). Two rolls of adhesive tape (1" x 5 yd). One 1 oz. eye washes. Tampon. Non-latex gloves. Cold pack. Basic first-aid guide.
The larger kit is contained in a zippered pouch and includes: Large wound dressing (5" x 9"). Four gauze pads (4" x 4"). Two gauze pads (3" x 3"). Six antiseptic towelettes. Non-latex gloves. 10 adhesive strips (1" x 3"). Two premium knuckle bandages. Two premium extra-large fabric strips. Four large butterfly closures. Tweezers. Scissors. Two triple-antibiotic ointment packets. Two burn-cream packets. 20 antiseptic wipes. Hydrogen peroxide antiseptic spray (4 oz.). High-calorie nutritional supplement gel for injured, sick, or stressed pets. Dr. Randy Acker's 93-page dog first-aid field guide. Mylar emergency blanket.
- Be prepared for any dog injury in the field
- Comprehensive first-aid field kit for dogs
- Can be separated into two kits, one to carry in your vest, the other to keep in your vehicle
- Surgical-quality instruments
- Extensive inventory of bandages and medicinal preps
- Mylar emergency blanket
- 93-page field guide for canine first aid