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Adventure Medical Dog Series Trail Dog First Aid Kit

Adventure Medical Dog Series Trail Dog First Aid Kit
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Dog Series Trail Dog First Aid Kit

This dog-specific kit gives you comprehensive medical solutions for your trail buddy. It is catered to the types of injuries dogs encounter most on the trail - primarily to their paws, with an assortment of dressings, bandages, and tools like the splinter picker/tick removers to remove ticks, thorns, or those pesky fox tails.

Kit Details
  • Size: 7.5" x 1.5" x 5.3"
  • Weight: .75lbs
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days


Ideal Uses
  • Hiking / Backpacking
  • Urban / Family / Camping
  • Hunting / Fishing


Features & Benefits
  • Splinter Picker/Tick Remover
    Safely remove splinters and ticks from your dog's paws and body
  • Triangular Bandage
    Safely administer first aid to your dog by first muzzling them with this triangular bandage
  • Cohesive Elastic Bandage
    Easily wrap injuries with this self-adhering bandage which doesn't stick to fur


Supply List:
Wound Care
2 - Sterile Gauze Dressing, 3" x 3" , Pkg./2
2 - Sterile Non-Adherent Dressing, 2" x 3"
1 - Conforming Gauze Bandage, 2"
1 - Irrigation Syringe, 10cc. with 18 Gauge Tip
1 - Saline Wound & Eye Wash
1 - Elastic Bandage Self Adhering, 2"
3 - Triple Antibiotic Ointment
6 - Antiseptic Wipe
2 - Alcohol Swab
Sprain / Strain
1 - Triangular Bandage (See Instructions For use As Muzzle
Medical Instruction / Instruments
1 - Pet First Aid Manual
1 - Splinter Picker / Tick Remover Forceps
1 - Hydrogen Peroxide 3%, 1 oz. (To Induce Vomiting)
Medication (When Giving To Animals, Only Give Doses Prescribed by Veterinarian)
2 - Antihistamine (Diphenhydramine 25 mg.), Pkg./1
We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.
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Adventure Medical Dog Series Trail Dog First Aid Kit 0135-0115 ADVENTURE MEDICAL TRAIL DOG FIRST AID KIT
$24.99
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