If your dog suffers a cut paw pad when you’re out in the countryside, or your cat comes home the loser of a battle you might need to step in with emergency pet first aid. Being able to dress a wound and stop bleeding, or help your pet if they are choking could be the difference between life and death.
Don’t wait until it’s too late to get a pet first aid kit. You’ll want to know you have everything you need if your pet requires medical attention and a trip to the vet is far away. In this article, we’ll go over an animal first aid kit list.
Cat owners are likely used to living with an animal that enjoys his or her own space from time to time. But when a critical moment strikes your cat will need you more than ever. Being prepared for the possibility of an injury or illness is the best thing you can do for your cat.
This guide will explain the basics of cat first aid to help you support your cat in the moments before it can be seen by a vet.
It’s not uncommon for man’s best friend to experience eye issues, with breeds such as pugs, bulldogs and great danes being more prone to them. We have created this guide so that you know how to clean your dog’s eyes safely with our Sterowash eye and wound wash.