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Field Model 777

Field Kit Sport Dog First Aid Kit 777


"Compact / Mobile"

Field Model 777
Sport Dog First Aid Kit

Your Price: $29.95

 

 

Featured in Field 777

  • Heavy Duty field pouch w/ belt strap
  • Rehydrate® Tab
  • Eye Wash
  • Ticked Off® Tick Remover
  • Non-Latex Tourniquet
  • Animal First Aid Field Guide
  • First Aid topical Ointments
  • Bandaging materials
  • S.S./Surgical Quality Instruments

 

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Pro Model 1000

Pro Model Sport Dog First Aid Kit


"Economical Option"

Pro Model 1000
Sport Dog First Aid Kit

Complete Kit: $69.95
Kit without Stapler:
$59.95  

 

Featured in Pro 1000

  • Heavy Duty gate-hinged bag
  • Rehydrate® Tab
  • Skin Stapler (optional)
  • Eye Wash
  • Tick Remover
  • Non-Latex Tourniquet
  • Digital Thermometer
  • 112 pg. First Aid Book
  • Instant Cold Pack
  • Benadryl®
  • First Aid Topical Ointments
  • Bandaging materials
  • S.S./Surgical Quality Instruments

 

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Pro Model 2000

Pro Model Sport Dog First Aid  Kit


"Top Seller"

Pro Model 2000
Sport Dog First Aid Kit

Complete Kit: $99.95
Kit without Stapler:
$89.95  

 

Featured in Pro 2000

  • Heavy Duty gate-hinged bag
  • WoundSeal® – Stops Bleeding
  • Rehydrate® Tab
  • Skin Stapler (optional)
  • Skunk Odor Remover
  • SAM Splint
  • Emergency Thermal Blanket
  • Slip Lead / Leash
  • Eye Wash
  • Tick Remover
  • Non-Latex Tourniquet
  • Digital Thermometer
  • 112 pg. First Aid Book
  • Instant Cold Pack
  • Benadryl™
  • First Aid Topical Ointments
  • Bandaging materials
  • S.S./Surgical Quality Instruments

 

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Dog First Aid Kits for

For Sport Dog Afield, Law Enforcement, Search and Rescue, Family Pets

 

Innovation - Experience - Quality

Outdoor Safety First Aid KitsFor over 23 years, Outdoor Safety has been an industry leader in sport dog first aid kit design and manufacturing. The Outdoor Safety name is trusted by sport dog owners, law enforcement K-9 handlers, professional trainers, field & agility handlers, and family pet owners. Our veterinarian and trainer approved sport dog first aid kits are the most comprehensive on the market today, with quality that exceeds expectations. A variety of models are available to fit every need and budget.

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    What Should a Dog First Aid Kit Contain?

    By Clint Ronnenberg – owner/founder Outdoor Safety, LLC
    Whether you purchase a dog first aid kit from us, one of our competitors, or put one together yourself, the most important thing is that you actually have one. I believe that anyone who lives, works, or plays with a dog should have a dog first aid kit on stand-by. Whether you and your dog are afield, at work, camping, traveling or at home, having a K9 first aid kit available could save your dog’s life....
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    What Should a Dog First Aid Kit Contain?

    By Clint Ronnenberg – owner/founder Outdoor Safety, LLC

    Whether you purchase a dog first aid kit from us, one of our competitors, or put one together yourself, the most important thing is that you actually have one. I believe that anyone who lives, works, or plays with a dog should have a dog first aid kit on stand-by. Whether you and your dog are afield, at work, camping, traveling or at home, having a K9 first aid kit available could save your dog's life.

    In our 23 years of manufacturing canine first aid kits, the most asked question is, “What should I have in my dog first aid kit?” There is no one answer to that question - it all depends on the job or activity that your dog will be participating in, and the health risks he/she will confront. If your dog is taking part in sporting activities like hunting, field trials or agility competitions, then you’d want to have a more extensive kit. If your dog mostly stays around the house, a more basic kit should be enough. If you travel with your dog or go hiking or camping, then probably something in between should work.

    With that said, consider having the following components in your dog first aid kit:

    Recommended information

    Phone numbers: Start with your veterinarian’s phone number. If you’re traveling, locate and write down the nearest emergency veterinary clinic’s phone number and address (include directions to the clinic). Also, have the number for a poison control hotline.

    Medical Records / History for your dog can be placed in a zip-lock bag. Include: Proof of up-to-date rabies and other vaccinations, important medical records including a list of any prescriptions. If you haven’t already done so, consider micro-chipping and using a lost pet locator service like 1-800-HELP-4-Pets, in case your 4-legged pal gets lost. It’s best to use both of these methods.

    Dog first aid supplies (including, but not limited to these items)

    • Dog first aid book
    • Nylon kennel lead / leash
    • Cohesive bandage (bandage that adheres to itself but not to animal fur)
    • Non-stick bandage pads
    • Muzzle (which can be made with 4 feet of gauze bandage from a gauze roll). Don’t muzzle, if your dog is vomiting, drooling, coughing, choking, having difficulty breathing, etc.
    • ABD Trauma pad
    • Adhesive or Plasti-Pore Tape
    • Antiseptic wipes
    • Silver Mylar emergency blanket for hypothermia and shock
    • Cotton balls and swabs
    • Gauze bandage roll
    • Hydrogen peroxide to be used as a wound antiseptic and to induce vomiting when necessary (as advised by a veterinarian or poison control center)
    • Instant cold pack
    • Vinyl exam gloves
    • Rectal thermometer (digital, never mercury)
    • Scissors, blunt tipped
    • Hemostat forceps, locking
    • Thumb dressing forceps (tweezers)
    • Sterile saline solution for wound flushing
    • Diphenhydramine (Benadryl® or generic), if approved by your veterinarian for allergic reactions like bee stings. The dosage is generally based on your dog’s weight, so check with your veterinarian for the correct dosage.
    • Energy and electrolyte supplement such as Rehydrate® and Nutri-Cal® paste for dogs.
    • Nail trimmer
    • Antibiotic ointment & hydrocortisone cream
    • Oral syringe
    • Splints (SAM® splint or wooden splints)
    • Stop bleeding powder (like WoundSeal®) or a styptic pencil
    • Exam towels

    Remember…

    Common sense and keeping a level head is very important in any canine emergency. Chances are, there is going to be blood present. You will have a dog that is in pain, is frightened and confused. If you remain calm, your decision making skills will be improved and it may help keep your dog calmer, as well.

    The purpose of a dog first aid kit is to bridge the gap between the emergency and prompt veterinary treatment. It’s called the two Ts of first aid: Treat & Transport.

    Finally, be mindful of your limitations. If you’re not a veterinarian, no dog first aid kit will make you one. Do your best to temporarily treat your dog’s situation and then get the dog to a veterinarian – quickly, but safely.

    Hopefully, this information will help you prepare to keep your canine buddy safe, whether at home or on the go.

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