Pet First-Aid Kit
Serious First Aid For Your Pet
This weatherproof pet first-aid kit includes 30 of the most recommended items that you need to treat wounds and even eye injury.
Snap-lock hard pack includes water-resistant Care Card that provides valuable information for pet care and emergencies.
Fits under a car seat, in a drawer or anywhere that you need to ensure you are prepared to protect your pet.
Have peace of mind. Know you are prepared.
1 - Bottle Powder Stypic (toenail bleeding)
1 - Pair Latex Gloves (personal protection from blood)
1 - 1" x 6 yd. Sterile Gauze Bandage (wrap wounds)
1 - Bottle of Eye & Skin Wash, 1 Fl. Oz. (flush wounds)
2 - Packages of Triple Antibiotic Ointment, 1 gr. (wound)
2 - Packages of Hydrocortisone Cream 1 gr. (rashes, itching)
2 - PVP Iodine Antiseptic wipes (sterilization)
2 - Insect Sting Wipes (apply to insect bites/stings)
1 - Roll 1/2" x 21/2 yd. Adhesive Tape (secure bandage)
2 - Packages 2" x 2" Gauze Pad (apply to wounds)
2 - Packages 3" x 3" Gauze Pad (apply to wounds)
1 - Pair Scissors (trim hair and cut bandage or tape)
1 - Hand Wipe (personal cleanup)
2 - Antiseptic Towelettes (clean wound or hands)
5 - Cotton Swab (apply ointments or creams)
2 - Green Soap Towelettes (clean wound or hands)
1 - Pet Care Card (detailed first aid instructions)
1 - Pet Emergency Card (record your vet's emergency #'s)
1 - Pair Plastic Forceps (splinters/tick removal)
Dimensions: 5.25"L x 2.9"W x 6"H
Manufacturer: Show-Me Animal Products
Product Number: 1017
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