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Pet First aid kit



This is for a basic pet first-aid kit. For convenience, you may want to make one for your home and another for your car. It is also a suitable disaster preparedness kit.

            Sterile gauze pads (3" x 3" and 2" X 2") and gauze bandage rolls (1" and 2")

            First aid adhesive tape, 1" roll

            Cotton swabs (Q-tips®)



            Plastic freezer/sandwich bags

            Small bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide

            Styptic pencil or cornstarch (stems blood flow from minor cuts)

            Antibacterial ointment

            Antiseptic cleansing wipes

            Kaopectate® or Pepto-Bismol®

            A current pet first-aid book



            Mineral oil (a lubricant and laxative when given by mouth)

            Digital or rectal thermometer in a plastic case

            Leather work gloves (to protect you from being bitten)

            Latex gloves


            Thin rope

            Splint materials (tongue depressor, 12-inch wooden ruler or thick magazine)


Place the contents in a plastic storage box, tackle box or coffee can with lid.






senior pet special!!!

Pets 7 years or older are $65

THIS ---->https://ochumanesociety.vetmatrixbase.com/pet-info/first-aid-kit.html

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Thank you to the OC Humane Society team for introducing us to Maxwell (now Bruno) he has been an amazing addition to our little family. He knows all of his basic commands and even knows heel! A surprise to us since he was found as a stray.

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Huntington Beach, CA

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