An uh-oh doesn't have to be a huge deal with this carrying kit!
Accidents happen, right? When it comes to our pets, we can never predict when they might get hurt, especially when you are too far from any emergency clinics or emergency veterinary offices! Whether you are at the park or on a hike, it's always important to make sure you are stocked in the first-aid essentials.
The Canine Friendly Pocket Pet First Aid Kit is great because it packs all that you need in a tight and secure pouch while giving you the option to attach it with a carabiner anywhere that is convenient.
This emergency kit is great for those of us who love to be prepared and it's only $12.00. Got an active pet that runs into accidents quite frequently? You can subscribe to receive a new pouch of pet supplies once a month!
This handy dandy pack includes one walk 'n' wags pet first aid pamphlet (pet first aid book), one pair of latex-free exam gloves, one adhesive tape roll, three gauze pads, one gauze bandage roll, four antiseptic wipes, two patch adhesive bandages, and one elastic bandage.
Needless to say, this kit has everything you need to tackle your pet's injuries. Some things you can bring to be additionally prepared are emergency phone numbers to your vet, poison control center, and an emergency vet clinic; a foil emergency blanket, medical records, a travel bowl, cotton balls, ice pack, nail clippers, and disposable gloves. But this small kit will of course cover you for most immediate medical emergencies.
It's also smart for pet parents to know how to perform CPR on a pet and how to control bleeding or induce vomiting on the spot. Also make sure you are aware of your pet's allergies and how to treat certain allergic reactions. All pet owners should know how to address an injured pet.
This pocket-sized bag is lightweight so you can carry it everywhere, leaving you prepared for any pet emergency at all times. Get this dog first aid bag or subscribe to a monthly subscription to make sure your pets are always taken care of!
Do you have a first aid kit for your dog? Tell us in the comments below!