Dog First Aid Kit
Veterinarian Dr. Sarah Wooten reviews basic first aid supplies to take when hiking and camping with dogs, like bandages, tweezers and a muzzle.
Emergencies can happen at any time—whether you’re at home, running errands around town, or off on a far away trip. When it does happen, you need to be prepared for it with a dog first aid kit, along with your other regular human supplies. Keep your kit well filled and inside a bag or box. That way you’ll be ready for anything that happens—at home or on the road. Read more…
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