Adventure Medical Workin' Dog First Aid Kit

Adventure Medical Workin' Dog First Aid Kit
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Workin' Dog First Aid Kit

Sometimes the hardest working person at a ranch or on a hunt isn't actually a person at all. For the hunting buddy or ranching dog who's always faithful on trips near home or far afield, the Workin' Dog Kit has what
you need to keep your companion safe, and the information you need to deal with serious canine medical emergencies when far from veterinary care.

The Workin' Dog Difference:
Disposable Skin Stapler
Close serious wounds in the field when far from medical care
QuikClot® Gauze & Hemostat Forceps
Stop Bleeding Fast!
LED Headlamp
Illuminate the night, this LED headlamp allows your hands to be free to administer first aid to your dog.
SOL Emergency Blanket
Treat shock and hypothermia
Emergency Cold Pack
Reduce swelling of sprains and strains with the emergency cold pack.
10 CC Irigation Syringe
Effectively clean wounds and prevent infection
2 lb 5 oz
8.5" x 5.5" x 6"

Supply List:
Severe Bleeding:
  • QuikClot Gauze 3" x 24"
  • Disposable Skin Stapler, 35mm
  • Hemostat Forceps

Wound Care/Burn/Blister:
  • 20 CC Irrigation Syringe
  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • Antiseptic Wipes
  • Alcohol Wipes
  • 3" Self-Adhering Bandage
  • 3" Conforming Gauze
  • 2" Conforming Gauze
  • 3" x 3" Sterile Gauze
  • 2" x 3" Non-Adherent Gauze
  • 100ml Saline Wound/Eye Wash

  • Instant Cold Pack

Medical Instructions/Instruments:
  • Canine Field Medicine by Dr. Sid Gustafson, DVM
  • 5' Nylon Leash
  • LED Headlamp
  • SOL Emergency Blanket
  • Triangular Bandage (Muzzle)
  • Splinter Picker/Ticker Remover Forceps
  • EMT Shears
  • Hydrogen Peroxide (To Induce Vomiting)
  • Nitrile Gloves

MEDICATIONS (when giving to animals, only administer doses as presecribed by veterinarian)
  • Diphenhydramine
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Adventure Medical Workin' Dog First Aid Kit 0135-0100 ADVENTURE MEDICAL WORKIN DOG FIRST AID KIT
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