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Old 04-23-2009, 04:11 AM
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first aid kit is important to everyone!its necessary to have this because if in case we have accident its important to have first aid.
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Old 05-27-2009, 09:05 PM
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In my kit, I have a large plastic Pepsi bottle that his been cut off. It is for "mouth to mouth". I also carry two types of antivenin and a syringe. I have both inflatable and traditional splints.

The one time I had to use the splints Orson and I were about 20 miles down a fire road in a National Forest, and about 45 miles to the nearest tiny town.

Oh, and I carry a printout of vets around the US and Canada that my vet gave me. On a long trip, this can be valuable.
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A dog first aid kit would be a great product to purchase all in one package. Does any one know if they sell it?
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Old 06-30-2009, 05:19 PM
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I'd rather do my own .
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great info to have on hand! i dont have a cat, but i'll mention it to my friend who has 2 about the benedryl. yikes.

never know what our lil four legged pals will get into!
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Old 11-27-2009, 12:09 AM
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There are first aid kits that are commercially available that are pretty high quality and pretty reasonable in cost. I do not currently carry them in my sotre but I would purchase some and stock them if there was sufficient demand. The minimum purchase from the wholesaler is not too bad but not insignificant either. Please let me know at [email protected].
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If my puppy or dog is cut, could I use alcohol? I know if it's a puncture or deep cut to take her to the vet.
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^ Wouldn't that hurt...like ALOT? I think it burns.

I've used Hydrogen Peroxide in the past.
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Has no one mentioned a razor yet?

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^ Wouldn't that hurt...like ALOT? I think it burns.

I've used Hydrogen Peroxide in the past.
They both burn pretty good...
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:09 AM
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I also carry two types of antivenin and a syringe. I have both inflatable and traditional splints.
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