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Old 10-02-2009, 01:01 AM
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Gotcha....gauze and don't pull on cats tongues.


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all of the above plus listerine. i swear by it when it comes to hot spots and ear infections.
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+ toxiban susp. i don't know if this was listed or not.

Amazon.com: Toxiban Suspension (240 mL): Kitchen & Dining
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What kind of peroxide?? I only have seen Hydrogen peroxide at my local pharmacies. I would think peroxide was poison.....
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hello....
am amba....i just want to say you should remain the first aid kit at home for dog so that in case of emergency you treat first.
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Rescue Remedy....works to help calm injured/frightened dogs

You can make a muzzle with a leash (in a pinch).

tick remover

artificial tears (remove stuff from eyes)
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Old 06-22-2012, 09:52 PM
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Three TBs of peroxide forced down the throat will induce vomiting (DO NOT do this if the substance ingested is caustic!!
Also maybe a Gatorade or Pedialyte and a needleless syringe if the dog was dehydrated.

Can you please list an example of a caustic substance? I googled the word but that didnt help...

bleach?
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What kind of peroxide?? I only have seen Hydrogen peroxide at my local pharmacies. I would think peroxide was poison.....
Hydrogen peroxide is the one. I actually had to use this the other day when the dog swallowed a cat's toy which he stole. Works in less than 5 minutes. Cat toy was recovered and we're all happy.
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I always have on hand flour, saline for eye rinse, pepto for tummy, baby aspirin, bandages and tape. ice packs in the freezer. just to name a few things.
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I definitely know there is no substitution for vet care, but I'm looking into doing a first aid kit for Mikey (I know there are some on the market but I want to have it tailored and not missing anything).

I have and have needed on numerous occaisions a first aid kit (home made) for my rabbits-it's come in handy more times then I can count. When rabbits get sick it's always an emergency and it is sometimes a miracle to get them through the night to the vet office-a first aid kit is needed for sure.

I realized a needed one when I found that seed pod in Mikey's eye the other day-I had to go the bunny first aid kit and steal


I was thinking

~Vet wrap
~thermometer (plastic not glass)
~polysporin
~peroxide (disinfecting and encouraging vomit should chocolate or the like be ingested)
~styptic
~maybe metacam?
~critical care (carnivore)
~syringes
~pedialyte

Sooo what do you guys have in your first aid kits? What's essential?
For me, in my first aid kits are the essentials, pretty much the same as yours but with bandages, antiseptic, cleaning materials etc.
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