Pet First Aid Kits

Canine, Feline & Equine First Aid Kits and Bags: First Aid Kits made especially for your pets. Dog First Aid, Cat First Aid, Horse First Aid ~ You'll find unique items such as leashes, syringes, and eyewash in these pet first aid kits and pet disaster survival kits that have been developed in collaboration with leading veterinarians. These kits serve as a dog first aid kit, cat first aid kit, or may help with many other mammalian pets! See the new deluxe Sporting Dog First Aid kits if your Canine hits the field with you! We're Canine, Feline & Equine First Aid Headquarters.

Pet First Aid Kits - Emergency Care for your Dog, Cat & even your Horse!

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April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month

Hundreds Of Pets Lost During Natural Disasters Each Year

Each year, hundreds of pets are lost during natural disasters, and many are never reunited with their owners due to a lack of proper identification.

That's why the American Red Cross has named April National Pet First Aid Awareness Month so pet owners can take time to prepare for disasters.

Veterinary Pet Insurance Co.’s veterinary expert, Dr. Silene Young offers this advice for pet owners.

Preparing for a Disaster and Evacuation:

Make sure your pet can be identified with an ID tag and microchip. Don’t forget to register the microchip. - If evacuation occurs, don’t wait to the last minute and don’t leave your pet at home. Think of a place to take your pet ahead of time. - Have an emergency kit with basic pet care items, including a two-week supply of food and water. - Keep a cat carrier and/or dog leashes near the front door and within reach. - Leave pet information, such as type, amount and behavior tendencies, at your front door in case you must evacuate before going home and authorities search the neighborhood for those left behind.

Pet Care During and After Evacuation:

Keep the animal confined when staying in your pre-designated temporary location and maintain confinement when you return home. - If the pet has been deprived of food, slowly re-introduce food in small portions when returning home. - View the pet’s environment and spot out any potential hazards, such as broken glass or fallen utility lines. - Take the pet for a medical check-up to ensure the animal’s health hasn’t been affected.

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