Stero-paws Animal First Aid Kit
The perfect kit for providing your family pet with pre-vet first aid treatment.
If you're unsure which kind of first aid kit you need, our helpful guide will help you to decide.
If you own a pet, you should also own a pet first aid kit. Our animal first aid kit is ideal for when your pet is having an emergency, such as trauma or eye issues. It is small and lightweight making it easy to store and carry when out and about with your pet, incase an emergency occurs outside of the home.
The kit comes in a handy clear box or a bag that can clip onto your belt for when you are out and about.
Animal first aid kit contents list
|Large Nitrile Gloves||1||Nitrile gloves prevent your hands from getting bodily fluids on them, as well as protecting your pet's wound from becoming contaminated by bacteria from your hands.|
|Foil Blanket||1||Keeps your pet warm if they sustain an injury outside.|
|Resusciade||1||Helps you to resuscitate your pet if it has stopped breathing.|
|Tick Twister||1||Removes any ticks that are in your pet's skin.|
|Conforming Bandage 5cm x 4m||1||Ideal if your pet sustains a strain. Can also be used as a base bandage layer.|
|Tweezers||1||Can remove thin and small foreign objects that are in your pet's body, such as thorns.|
|3.5" Scissors||1||Can be used for cutting bandages or for cutting anything stuck in your pet's fur, or if your pet is entangled in something.|
|Sterile Gauze Swab 5cm x 5cm||1||Helps to cushion, protect and prevent dryness in an open wound.|
|Sterowipes||2||Can be used for cleaning a wound, or for cleaning your pet's face.|
|Sterile Eye & Wound Wash 20ml||2|
Useful for flushing out foreign objects from a pet's eyes or wounds.
For more information on washing out a pet's eyes, check out our blog 'How to safely clean your dog's eyes'
|Cohesive Bandage 2.5cm||1||Can be used for keeping bandages in place and preventing them from unravelling.|
If you want to find out more about a pet's first aid kit, check out our blog What should be included in a pet's first aid kit?
There are plenty of opportunities for your new pet to get injured in and outside the home, it is important that you are prepared for any eventuality - learn about 5 household hazards that could put your dog in danger.
|Associated SKUs||VET006, VET006BAG|