How to Prepare a Personal First Aid for Our Dearest Pets

Only a pet parent can understand how it feels when the animal baby gets hurt. The pain of those animals, unable to express their sorrows with words turns out more unbearable if you fail to provide it with instant medication. Often the normal cuts and bruises start spreading fast and become major wounds. To stop spreading the wound, better we make a list of things, you should keep ready to treat your pets immediately.

Things you should keep in the First Aid Box

2 – Paw Tip Bandage (Knuckle), 3 -Sting Relief Pads, 2 – Fingertip Bandage , 1 – Tape Roll, 1 – Trauma Pad (5 x9) , 1 -Gauze Roll 2″, 4 -Gauze Pad 4″ x 4″, 4 -Gauze Pad 2″ x2″, 2 -Examination Gloves, 1 -Instant Cold Pack, 1 – Tweezer, 2- Antibiotic Ointment, 10- Alcohol Pads, 1 – Bag, 1 – Pet First Aid Guide, 10 – Cotton Tip Applicators, 1 -Elastic Bandages 2″ (“Ace” Type), 4 – Leg Splints/Tongue Depressors, 2-Splinter Removers (Lancets), 10 – Antiseptic Towelettes.

Prepare an emergency supply pack which containing the first aid kit for pets, water, medications, pet food, leashes, medical records. Do not forget to keep this kit in a central location at your home. Carry this pack with you whenever you are going for outing or else you can also keep a second pack prepared for the car.

To avoid any mishap or those feelings of panic when an illness occurs, make a list of the things you want beforehand. You can order those medical supplies for pets online, so that you don’t miss on things. Lamberts Vet Supply, being one of the leading online pet medicine suppliers of the US serves the best quality of medicines with its fastest delivery service.

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