Dog First Aid & Safety

Tuf Foot

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Whether your dog needs to assist in the hunt, pull a sled, search through rubble, or just hang out in the yard TUF-FOOT can keep his sensitive paws and pads in excellent condition.

Pet Emergency First Aid Working Dogs DVD

Pet Emergency First Aid Working Dogs DVD

The very latest veterinary medical information including dogs cardiac procedures such as pacemakers, preventive treatment for bloat.

RedLine K9 Dog Ear Supports

RedLine K9 Dog Ear Supports

Set of two. Made out of special foam-rubber.



First aid supplies Our handy checklist tells you all the supplies you should have on hand for pet first aid. Print out a copy to use for shopping, and keep a copy on your refrigerator or next to the first aid kit for your family, for quick reference in emergencies. How to handle an injured pet Knowing how to comfort an injured pet can help minimize your pet's anxiety and also protect you and your family from injury. Basic pet first aid procedures Read our simple instructions for providing emergency first aid if your pet is suffering from poisoning, seizures, broken bones, bleeding, burns, shock, heatstroke, choking or other urgent medical problems. Print out a copy to keep with your pet emergency kit. First aid when traveling with your pet A few simple steps can better prepare you to help your pet in first aid situations while you are traveling. Remember: pet medical emergencies don't just happen at home. Pets and disasters Whether confronted by natural disasters such as hurricanes, or unexpected catastrophes such as a house fire, you need to be prepared to take care of your animals. A pre-determined disaster plan will help you remain calm and think clearly.