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6 Basic Things a Hunting Dog Medical Kit should have

6 Basic Things a Hunting Dog Medical Kit should have

6 Must-Haves For Your Hunting Dog Medical Kits

Hunting with your dog is one of the most popular ways to eradicate Feral Pigs, however, it also entails adequate equipment to keep your dog safe and sound. Therefore, it is essential to know what to include in your hunting dog medical kit.

The following are the 6 most basic things you must include in your dog medical kit.

1. Superclot  

Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Super Clot Fast-acting gel stops bleeding fast, stops the pain, and disinfects wounds. Superclot halts bleeding associated with cuts, surgical wounds, tail docking, ear cropping, nail trimming, and claw removal. Lidocaine & benzethonium chloride provide strong relief by numbing and disinfecting the area.  Easy to use tube provides a controlled and accurate application.

2. Vetsense Otiderm Wound Cleaner 500ml

VETSENSE OTIDERM is a wound and ear cleaner for topical applications only. General cleansing to remove dirt, grit and any debris encouraging healing in dogs. VETSENSE OTIDERM aids in the removal of dead tissue and embedded debris by causing maximum differential swelling between living and dead areas. 

3. Cutheal Wound Spray 16oz

Cut-Heal has been a trusted name in animal health care for almost 50 years! Cut-Heal Wound spray cleans, seals and aids in the natural healing of cuts and abrasions. The unique formula of balsam of fir, linseed oil, and fish oil helps prevent scarring and provides a protective barrier against insects, moisture, and dirt.

4. Skin Stapler

Skin staplers are an essential part of your Canine Medical Fist aid kit, Skin staplers work by dispensing one staple each time the instrument is triggered.

The staples first penetrate the skin and are then formed, holding the tissue together. The skin stapler can be fired from multiple angles and the ejector spring automatically disengages the staple to facilitate instrument removal from any direction. Staples are considered faster and easier to use than sutures.

5. Elastoplast Spray Dressing

If your dog is somehow wounded, the spray dressing ensures the affected area is protected against the impact of dirt, potential debris and dirty water. Besides, the dressing facilitates prompt action against bacterial infestations.

It is particularly suited for dry and sutured wounds and eliminates the need for bandages, thereby enabling you to handle your dog effectively and allow your dog to continue hunting.

6. Oralade Hydrate+

Another important component of your dog medical kit is the Orlade Hydrate+. It is a specially developed hypotonic drink that ensures your dog is promptly replenished after a tiring hunting spree. What is more, the tonic is made with cent percent chicken flavour in order to make it lovable to the dog. It contains prebiotic fiber GOS+ in order to encourage a healthy gut. It can be frozen and contains 2% glucose to refuel your sagging pet.

Hunting, while certainly being very popular it entails a string of responsibilities. In order to ensure complete safety for your dog, it is essential to be aware of the fundamental components of a medical kit.  

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