August 7, 2012 By Irresistible Pets 8 Comments Having a Pet First Aid Kit is something that ALL pet owners need to have. The last thing you want to do during an emergency is to go searching around for phone numbers and addresses. I would also recommend purchasing a First-Aid Book for Pets that you can keep inside of your kit. Sterile Saline Eye Solution – To flush out foreign objects in your pet’s eye or to help clean around the eye area. This is pretty much what we have in Parris and Blue’s first aid kit, but I also have something else in ours. Sturdy leashes, harnesses and carriers to transport pets safely and to ensure that your pets cannot escape. In the event of an emergency, our pet rescue window decal alerts rescue personnel that pets are inside your home.


There are specific items that you may need depending on your pet’s breed and medical history. Be sure to stop by our DIY Pet Project gallery for more do it yourself ideas for pet parents! All of my important documents about Chuy are neatly organized into a binder that I can pick up and grab anytime in case of an emergency. You can also visit Aimee at her DIY pet blog, Irresistible Pets and the Hampton Roads Dog Blog. This is the perfect month to make sure you have all your ducks in a row in case of an emergency, pets included! This is something you can neatly store in your closet or take in the car when your pet travels with you.
We hope for the best, but sometimes accidents happen and being prepared can make all the difference in saving your pets life! There are lots of Pet First Aid Kits on the market that you can purchase already assembled.


Information on feeding schedules, medical conditions, behavior problems and the name and telephone number of your veterinarian in case you have to board your pets or place them in foster care. I find that way I can put exactly what I want and need inside of the kit….and save some money! I have the local emergency veterinarian hospitals loaded into my phone’s contact list along with Animal Poison Control.
The safety pack also includes an ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center magnet—a great way to keep the APCC’s toll-free emergency number and website address handy in case your pets get into something they shouldn’t!



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