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Items included for wound management, bandaging and bleeding control in the field. Compact first aid kit that's easy to take with you wherever you go. All items are of the highest quality to effectively address various situations that may arise during your wilderness expeditions.

 

With your pet's safety as our top concern, the Field Kit equips you with essential supplies to respond promptly and safely to any injuries your pet may sustain until qualified veterinarian help is accessible. Wherever your adventures take you, you can have peace of mind knowing that the Field Kit has your pet's health covered!

BARK Field Kit

C$110.00Price
Cleaning Solutions

1. Chlorhexidine soap* 

2. Saline

3. Alcohol swabs

4. Manuka honey**

 

 

Instruments

5. Nail clippers

6. Hemostat forceps

7. Tweezers

8. Bandage scissors

9. Syringe

10. Cotton-tipped applicators

11. Tongue depressors

 

Responder Safety

2. Latex gloves

13. Fox40 Whistle

14. Flagging tape

15. Bandaids

 

Bandaging Supplies

16. Compression bandage

17. Triangular bandage

18. Vetrap

19. Gauze pads

20. Cotton roll

21. Gauze roll

22. Medical tape

 

Medication

23. Benadryl 25mg tablets***

 

Misc.

4. Poop bags

25. Paracord****

26. All-purpose flour*****

 

*Chlorhexidine soap - antibacterial, antiseptic and antimicrobial soap for topical use; works by killing a variety of germs, bacteria and fungi on contact and continues working even after rinsing. Do not use on eyes, in mouth or on genitals.

**Manuka honey - Applied topically, Manuka honey effectively treats superficial cuts and abrasions, burns, ulcers, and non-healing wounds. Non-toxic if ingested. Can be applied sublingually (under gums) if a dog has become hypoglycemic.

***Benadryl 25mg tablets - Adult Benadryl tablets are a safe, generally well-tolerated antihistamine for dogs (Merck’s Veterinary Manual, 2023). Benadryl dosages are weight-specific (2-4 mg of Benadryl per kg of dog’s body weight up to 2-3 times per day) and should be given only at the recommendation of your veterinarian. Do not use children’s Benadryl as it may be coated with Xylitol, an artificial sweetener that is toxic to dogs.

****Paracord - Multifunctional survival tool. Can be used as a makeshift leash, to secure a splint or sling, disarm Conibear hunting trap springs or securing a dog to a stretcher.

*****All-purpose flour - Clotting agent for bleeding or ripped nails.

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