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Dog First Aid

Canine first aid kits and animal care items are often the last thing we think of but when we need them we need them now. We have first aid kits, hot and cold dog friendly heating and cooling pad systems, dog pad tougheners and tick removal items. Not that you want to but if you ever need to staple up a wound we have what you need there too.
51 items found
Kennel Gear, IV Pole (Vertical) Single Hook System
ITEM: 911160-00847
Starting at $209.80
Kennel Gear, IV Pole (Vertical) Double Hook System
ITEM: 911160-39001
Starting at $235.66
PawFlex, Medimitt Pet Bandage
ITEM: 1162200-M
$17.99
PawFlex, Basic Pet Bandage
ITEM: 1162110-M
$11.99
Made In The USA
Vetericyn Plus All Animal Antimicrobial Hydrogel
ITEM: 1153020-M
Starting at $18.99
Ready Dog, Wound Care Pack CX
ITEM: 1088005-00105
$64.99
Ready Dog, Skin Stapler
ITEM: 1088010-00110
$16.99
Mushers Secret
ITEM: 1373100-M
Starting at $15.99
Made In The USA
Tuf-Foot
ITEM: 1066000-00040
$19.95
Made In The USA
Happy Jack, Pad Kote
ITEM: 1033090-01054
$13.95
Mendota, Ear Wash with Tea Tree Oil
ITEM: 904500-40252
$14.99
Kwik-Stop Styptic Powder
ITEM: 1036120-M
Starting at $8.95
Made In The USA
Tick Nipper
ITEM: 1027000-00001
Starting at $7.16

Dog First Aid Kits and Medical Supplies for Emergencies - Shop Now

Canine first aid kits and medical supplies are essential for pet owners who want to be prepared for emergencies. Whether you're headed out on a hike or just enjoying a day in the park, accidents can happen at any time. That's why we offer a wide range of high-quality medical supplies that are designed specifically for dogs.

Our collection of canine first aid kits includes everything you need in case of an emergency. Each kit features a variety of medical supplies, including bandages, antiseptic wipes, gauze, and more. We also offer hot and cold pads, which are perfect for soothing sore muscles or treating injuries. And if you need to remove a tick, we have the tools you need to do it safely and effectively.

In addition to our first aid kits, we also carry a variety of wound care products, including EMT gel and spray, Silverscent Sporting Dog Wound Gel, and Happy Jack Liquid Bandage Spray. These products are designed to help heal and protect wounds, while preventing infection and promoting healthy skin.

If your dog is experiencing eye or ear infections, we also offer a variety of Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Eye Wash and Ear Rinse products. These gentle yet effective formulas are safe for all animals, and provide fast relief from irritation and inflammation. We also offer the Vetericyn Plus Hot Spot Antimicrobial Hydrogel, which is perfect for treating hot spots on your dog's skin.

Don't wait until it's too late - shop our collection of canine first aid kits and medical supplies today. We'll help you be prepared for any situation, so you can enjoy peace of mind and know that your furry friend is safe and healthy.

Dog First Aid Q & A

What should I include in a canine first aid kit?
A canine first aid kit should include bandages, antiseptic wipes, gauze, tweezers, and scissors. It's also a good idea to include a tick removal tool, as well as hot and cold pads for treating sore muscles or injuries.
How do I use EMT gel or spray on my dog's wounds?
EMT gel and spray are designed to help heal and protect wounds on your dog's skin. Simply apply a thin layer of the gel or spray onto the affected area, and allow it to dry. It will begin to form a protective barrier over the wound, which will help prevent infection and promote healing.
What is the Vetericyn Plus Hot Spot Antimicrobial Hydrogel used for?
The Vetericyn Plus Hot Spot Antimicrobial Hydrogel is designed to treat hot spots on your dog's skin. Hot spots are areas of skin that have become inflamed and infected, often due to scratching or biting. The hydrogel provides fast relief from itching and discomfort, while also promoting healing and preventing infection.
Do you offer any products for ear infections in dogs?
Yes, we carry a variety of Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Ear Rinse products that are specifically designed to treat ear infections in dogs. These gentle yet effective formulas provide fast relief from irritation and inflammation, while also preventing infection and promoting healthy ears.
What should I do if my dog gets injured on a hiking trip?
If your dog gets injured on a hiking trip, you should immediately assess the severity of the injury. Use your canine first aid kit to treat any wounds or discomfort, and consider carrying your dog back to the car or closest vet clinic. Seek professional medical attention as soon as possible to ensure your dog's safety and wellbeing.
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