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|Health Feature||First Aid||First Aid||—||First Aid||First Aid|
|Lifestage||Adult, Puppy, Kitten, Senior||Adult, Puppy, Senior||Adult||Adult||Adult|
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This kit was exactly what I was looking for. I love its design and the inside layout is nice. It's very lightweight and compact so perfect to take along on hikes. However, while well stocked, it is missing some items that I consider essential and there is not much room to add those. The strap is not long enough to close the pouch after items are added. A larger version of this one with room to spare for added item, and a longer strap, would be perfect. I ended up buying two of these and will divide the contents up between those two kits. This would probably still work when hiking since even two of these don't take up much space, but since I am car-camping, storage is not an issue. I added the following: tweezers/tick remover (to replace the included plastic tweezers), EMT gel (a must!!!), antibiotic ointment, Benadryl, a no-bite nylon muzzle (be careful though to not use that when dog might be vomiting or is in respiratory distress), paw balm/protector and a few packets of Bleed Stop. Some of these items can of course be used by humans too, and it's good to have the kit around the house so it's definitely worth the investment.
The only thing I had to add was a tick removal tool and this kit is complete. We have a travel cat and wanted to make sure we were ready for any emergencies on the trail. This kit does the trick and then some. Price was good, too.
I bought this kit for when I bring my dog camping and hiking. The little field guide it comes with is very useful, and it’s nice to have the peace of mind of having the wipes and bandages etc on hand. However, be forewarned that the tweezers the kit comes with are pretty low quality. They’re big and bulky, and plastic. I would not even attempt to remove a tick with them to be honest—I think I’d just end up irritating my dog.
This is a good first aid kit. It comes with most of everything you may need, plus has some space for extras you may want to add (I added Benadryl and Neosporin to the pack), and it doesn’t take up a lot of space so you can store it pretty much anywhere.
Haven't had to use it yet but everything is accounted for!
I love having a first aid kit around in case of anything going wrong with our five pets. It’s a nice kit, but there’s no room to add any extra essentials, and it’s clearly only designed for smaller pets. A size option would be better for larger dogs, and maybe some spare pockets.
This is a perfect first aid kit for traveling with our puppy! Luckily we haven't had to use it yet, but it seems to have plenty of helpful things in it!
I am driving from CT to FL w/ my dog & I got this for the trip. It has pretty much everything in it you might need for first aid. I have 2 suggestions. First, add styptic powder to stop bleeding. 2nd, change the clasp to close the roll- this one is awkward to open/close.
I LOVE this bag! It's nice to know that I will be able to help my dog willow if she every gets hurt on one of our adventures. The only reason why I took a star off was that I hade to buy additional creams and a thermometer which I could nicely and neatly put in the pockets. Also, the first Aid Guide is amazing!
A talk w my neighbor convinced me we needed a first aid kit for puppy. I was so impressed by the quality of this kit and the items in it (even splint sticks- hope I never need them). Compact enough to fit in a glove compartment. This is a must have for all dog owners in my opinion.