Contents of First Aid Kit For Dogs
Our First Aid Kit for Dogs fits in your pocket
Pet First Aid Advice Booklet by Paws at Polly's
Emergency first aid advice for dogs booklet contents
Emergency first aid advice for dogs booklet
First Aid Kit for Dogs Pouch
First Aid Kit for Dogs Contents
Bandages for dogs

First Aid Kit for Dog Walkers and Working Dogs (incl. emergency care guide)

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  • Best first aid kit for dog walkers or working dogs
  • Comprehensive, high quality first aid supplies
  • Emergency care guide
  • Also learn how to:
    • Assess the scene of an accident
    • Carry out a primary assessment of your pets A-B-C
    • Apply a tape muzzle
  • The bag is small (20cm x 13cm x 7cm) stylish and lightweight
  • Can easily be carried on a walk or kept at home or in the car
  • Shipped from the UK

Our Dog First Aid Kit provides the best first aid supplies that work alongside the included emergency quick reference guide booklet. It will help you with assessing the scene of an emergency, checking your pet's ABC, teach you how to apply a tape muzzle and give you guidance on caring for your dog so you can get them to a vet.

The kit contains:

  • Bandage
  • Foil Blanket
  • Pair of Rubber Gloves
  • Pet Wrap
  • Plastic Tweezers
  • Resuscitation Face Mask
  • Sterile Wipes
  • Thermometer
  • Wound Dressings
  • Wound Wash Pods.

Potential trauma situations for your dog:

  • Anaphylactic Shock
  • Bloat
  • Bone & Joint Injuries
  • Burns
  • Choking
  • Drowning
  • Frostbite
  • Heat Stroke
  • Hypothermia
  • Penetrating Objects & Puncture Wounds
  • Poisoning
  • Seizures
  • Serious Bleed
  • Shock
  • Vomiting & Diarrhoea.

Advice in the booklet has been approved by Quarry House Vets, vets to the Animals in Distress charity based in Devon. It can be the best gift for the dog lovers in your life or the essential piece of equipment for your own dog walks or for those with working dogs. If you do ever find yourself in an emergency situation it is best to remember to stay calm and assess the scene. By staying calm yourself, you will be putting any injured dog at ease.

Check out our advice on How to Assess A Dog's ABC