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    Pet First Aid

    Dog & Cat Care, Horse treatment - Pet First Aid. Canine, Feline, and even Equine first aid are subjects often overlooked in the general field of CPR & First Aid, but knowing what to do and being prepared with appropriate Cat & Dog Survival Kits, as well as Equine, Feline and Canine First Aid & Emergency products can save their lives and save you a fortune in Veterinarian bills when caring for your pets.

    • Prepared Pets?

      When planning for emergencies... have you considered your pets?

      What's in Your Pet Prep Kit?

      Graphic: What's in Your Pet Prep Kit?

      • Include your pets in your emergency plans
      • Build a separate emergency kit for your pets
      • Make sure and keep digital records and/or pictures to identify your pet after a disaster in case you become separated
      • Create a list of places that accept pets if an emergency happens

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    • Pet First Aid Month

      During April, we think of Spring, Taxes, and getting out - but you should also think about your Pets.

      April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month. During this month, learn about Pet First Aid and Disaster Response and be sure you have the Pet First Aid skills and supplies you need to care for your Dog, Cat, Horse, or other four-legged family members.

      Read more: Pet First Aid Essentials… First Aid for Furry Family MembersPet First Aid and CPR on AnimalsPet Talk: First aid for your pet

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      Furry First Aid! First Aid Store offers Name Brand Dog & Cat Pet First Aid kits. See our new Cat & Dog Survival Kits 'Dog-Gone-It' & 'Catastrophy' Emergency Kits. Added for you Horse Lovers... Equine First Aid! First Aid & Emergency Kits made especially for your pets.
    • Dog Days of Summer

      Today an event called the Dog Days of Summer occurs in a small town called Cardiff-by-the-Sea, within our small city of Encinitas.Bod-Days

      There are events including costume contests and music, dancing and fun - and of course vendors selling every type of Pet Product, from holistic dog food to pet jewelry and clothing. Groomers and Veterinarians push their services, and of course gadgets from pooper scoopers and "find your dog" GPS collars are everywhere.

      Pet Emergency Kits & Supplies - Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More Pet Emergency Kits & Supplies - Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More

      It's a fun event, but reminds us of the importance of being ready when your dog needs immediate attention... be sure you have a pet firs aid kit ready when your four-legged-friend needs help.

      Dog & Cat Pet First Aid kits. See our new Cat & Dog Survival Kits 'Dog-Gone-It' & 'Catastrophy' Emergency Kits. Added for you Horse Lovers... Equine First Aid! First Aid & Emergency Kits made especially for your pets
    • Dogs & Cats

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      Dog & Cat Pet First Aid kits. See our new Cat & Dog Survival Kits 'Dog-Gone-It' & 'Catastrophy' Emergency Kits. Added for you Horse Lovers... Equine First Aid! First Aid & Emergency Kits made especially for your pets. Also read our Pet First Aid Blog
    • Pet First Aid

      Spring brought mud indoors with pets, but Summer brings Pet Injuries.

      Practical Pet First Aid for Dogs & Cats - Book Practical Pet First Aid for Dogs & Cats - Book

      Knowing CPR & First Aid are great preparedness for taking care of the family, but don't forget Fluffy, Flicka, and Fido.

      Our four-legged family members have different anatomy than ours... CPR is performed sideways on pets... Hydrogen peroxide is used in Pet First Aid to induce vomiting (to expel poison, generally) not to clean wounds.

      Do you know your Animal First Aid?

      Many local Humane Societies, Animal Shelters and Veterinary Clinics will offer Canine and Feline CPR or First Aid Course... some are even free. If you love your pet, take one. You'll learn some very practical information about giving care to an injured animal - including safety for yourself and others. Often first aid is what will make the difference and emergency veterinary clinics and advanced care are not always right around the corned, and most aren't open 24 hours.

      Pet First Aid Kits - Dog 1st Aid, Cat 1st Aid, Horse Too Pet First Aid Kits - Dog 1st Aid, Cat 1st Aid, Horse Too

      As any course will tell you, you need a good pet first aid kit, too. Be sure your pet first aid kit is appropriate to the type of pet you have, the likely injuries based upon your family lifestyle and location, and make sure there's a great pet first aid guide. Just as with human first aid, you may learn the skills in a class, practice on manikins, and understand the principles, but in an emergency it is vital to have a well written and well organized first aid book to remind you of the proper steps and reassure you that you are giving the best care.

      Reading first aid instructions to you while you tend to an injured pet is a great way to keep children calm, involved, and out of harms way while you care for the family mascot as well.

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    • Pet First Aid Awareness

      April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month.

      Are your skills up to date? Do you have a Pet First Aid Guide? Where are your nearest Veterinary Emergency Centers? Have you set up a file on your pet(s) in advance to speed up aid should you need them? Do you have their numbers written down and in your cell phone? What about your normal Vet?  How is your Pet First Aid Kit?

      Here are some articles with helpful information to guide you:

      Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More
    • Pet First Aid and Disaster Response

      Pet Emergency Kits & Supplies - Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More Pet Emergency Kits & Supplies - Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More

      April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month - What better time to rethink the preparations your have made, materials prepared, and knowledge you have gained to take care of your pet?

      Many local EMS and Veterinary groups will be offering free Pet CPR, First Aid, and Emergency Preparedness classes this Month so check your local organizations and publications.

      Some issues play into pet care in emergencies, including personal safety, how to restrain a sick or injured animal, how to relieve choking in a pet, how to check for a pulse on a cat or dog, the process of CPR, and how to do a physical assessment (snout to tail).

      Giving CPR to an animal is not the same as doing so to a human, but both involve alternating chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth artificial breathing. Pet Anatomy is different from our own, so even if you are familiar with regular CPR and First Aid, you should at least get a good Pet First Aid Guide, if not take a course. Pet First Aid Videos are readily available as well.

      Know you are ready with an emergency plan and contact numbers for off-hours veterinary emergency assistance, Have evacuation plans that consider your pets, and know how to involve the entire family, so they are part of the solution, not distractions.

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    • Animal Style

      Ah First Aid and CPR come in all shapes and sizes... From Turtle CPR, to Koala CPR, Squirrel CPR, Wallaby CPR, Pigeon CPR, even House Fly CPR... now the latest.. no monkeying around here!

      Onlookers at a train station in northern India watched in awe as a monkey came to the rescue of an injured friend — resuscitating ... He grabs him and shakes him and even does what looks like a monkey version of CPR!!

      A monkey electrically shocked at a train station in India was resuscitated by its friend performing a form of monkey CPR. The hero monkey can be seen ...

      Was Monkey Actually Trying to Revive Shocked Companion? The craziest part is it somehow all worked!! Check it out,,,

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    • Government Resources for Pet Health

      Pet-HealthThe U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is all about Human Health, right? Nope. They also have GREAT resources for Pet Safety, Health and First Aid! The FDA regulates animal drugs, animal food (including pet food), and medical devices for animals, and conducts research that helps shape regulatory decisions, among other activities.

      The FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has a wealth of free information for your four-legged family members (and those with feathers or scales as well!)

      Here are just a few of the Animal Health & Safety issues addressed:

      Pet Emergency Kits & Supplies - Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More Pet Emergency Kits & Supplies - Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More
      • What You Need to Know If Your Dog Has Cancer
      • The Risks of Feeding Raw Foods to Your Pets
      • Safe Use of Flea and Tick Products for Pets
      • FDA Vigilance In Keeping Your Pets Safe
      • Lilies: A Danger For Cats
      • FDA Partners With Veterinary Labs to Help Animals
      • Phasing Out Certain Antibiotic Use in Farm Animals
      • The Risks of Pain Medicines for Pets
      • Keeping Foods Safe for Animals
      • Preventing Heartworms in Pets Year-Round
      • Medication Errors in Pets
      • Identifying Recalled Pet Products
      • Purchasing Pet Drugs Online
      • Bones Are Unsafe for Your Dog
      • 10 Questions to Ask Your Vet
      • Animal Feed
      • Regulation of Genetically Engineered Animals
      • Animal Cloning and Food Safety
      • Ticks ... & Lyme Disease
      • Pet Turtles & Salmonella Risk
      • Treating Cushing's Disease in Dogs
      • Safe Handling Tips for Pet Foods and Treats

      Got a Question About Your Pet's Health?

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    • Protect your Pets Halloween Weekend

      Well it's Halloween weekend and everyone will be having fun trick or treating, dressing up and partying. But remember that there are some very cruel people who will use this happy occasion as an excuse to torture and abuse animals. It happens every year and it is sad and disgusting.

      Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More Survival Emergency Kits: Dogs, Cats & Even Horses! Illuminated Dog Collars & Leashes, Pet Safety Vests, Coleman Dog Tent & Pet Carriers. MediBags & First Aid DVDs for pets. Pet First Aid Guides and ID + More

      The best way to ensure your cat (black or otherwise) as well as ANY other pets that traditional spend time outside are kept safe is to keep them inside as much as possible this weekend. You may get annoyed or even get some pet hair on your clothes but compared to the savage cruelty that could be inflicted upon them for no reason other than the day that they are outside is Halloween, it is worth it to keep them safe.
      Your pets are always there for you. Be there for them this Halloween. And report any activity that looks suspicious. You just might save someone's bestest buddy.

      JAMES WESLEY COPP

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