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You can either make a pet first aid kit or buy one. You can buy a pet first aid kit in our store.

First Aid Kit for Pets offers peace of mind. If your pet suffers a cut, bruise, or strain, you are fully prepared to treat them and get them to safety.

Common Items in a Pet First Aid Kit

2 x 20ML PODS OF SALINE- To wash away dirt and debris from your pet's eyes and other areas. Simply wipe away excess fluid with a gauze swab or paper handkerchief.

1 x MEDIUM DRESSING BANDAGE WITH TIES - To cover an injury, these have tie bandages attached, but they do not fasten tightly. Use the microporous tape if additional retention is needed. Cut off the bandage ends after tying.
1 x LARGE DRESSING BANDAGE WITH TIES - To cover a larger injury, these have tie bandages attached, but do not fasten tightly. Use the microporous tape if additional retention is needed. Cut off the bandage ends after tying.
1 x FOIL BLANKET - To retain body warmth and help combat shock, use this to wrap your pet on the journey to the vet. It may be necessary to hold the blanket in place.
5 x GAUZE SWABS - For cleaning up fluid or after saline use
1 x MICROPOROUS TAPE - To help hold dressings or bandages in place. It tears easily, so scissors are not required.
1 x CONFORMING BANDAGE - If a sprain is suspected, use this around the limb and fasten with tape. Cut off the excess bandage and retain the rest for future use.
2 x PAIRS OF VINYL POWDER GLOVES - Wear these always when attending an injured pet. Discard after use.
2 x PLASTIC POUCHES - To cover foot injuries and help keep them clean, fasten with tape. It will minimise blood spillages on carpets, car upholstery, and furniture.
4 x ALCOHOL FREE CLEANSING WIPES - Useful for cleaning up the cut and possible infection, or to clean your hands up if your working on an animal.
1 x Scissors -  Useful to cut fur out of the way in the case of a cut or a burn.
1 x Tweezers - Useful for removing objects like a thorn from a paw. Tweezers are more likely to remove the entire object, whereas fingers can break an object and leave part remaining.