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Gun Dog Solutions — Medical Field Kit

Jackson Walker, DVM, combined his experience and passion for wingshooting with his professional knowledge in veterinary medicine and surgery to create the Medical Field Kit (pictured above)—a customized medical and trauma kit to keep your dog alive if life threatening injuries occur while afield. The Field Kit comes pre-packed in a YETI Loadout GoBox gear case, which fits perfectly in the back of your truck and protects its contents from the elements. This kit consists of everything from hospital-grade bandage material to trauma forceps and IV fluids. The Medical Field Kit is completely customized and made per your consultation with Dr. Walker. Hands-on training is available upon request. Starting at $1,200 | gundogsolutions.com

GunDog Outdoors — Field Trauma Kit

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Designed by a firefighter/EMT who has a passion for bird dogs and waterfowl hunting, the Field Trauma Kit includes medical-grade equipment used by U.S. first responders. The trauma kit treats abrasions, puncture wounds, sprains, eye injuries, hypothermia, and more. A veterinarian-approved Emergency Field Trauma Guide is included and it’s perfect for referencing how to treat any injuries that may occur while hunting. The contents are packed in a waterproof, zippered shell that is made to attach to a belt or hunting vest. $54 | gundogoutdoors.com

Adventure Medical Kits — Me & My Dog Medical Kit

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The Me & My Dog Medical Kit packs a lot of supplies to keep your dog—and you—safe on your hunting adventure. An SOL emergency blanket treats shock and hypothermia, while a cold pack is ready to treat swelling from sprains and strains. An irrigation syringe helps to clean wounds, and a triangular bandage allows you to muzzle your dog before administering aid. Easily wrap injuries with a cohesive elastic bandage, and remove splinters, thorns, or ticks with a set of durable tweezers. $50 | adventuremedicalkits.com

Dokken — Pocket Size Canine First Aid Kit

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If you’re looking for something small to throw in your kit for quick trips, the Pocket Size Canine First Aid Kit is your go-to. This small zippered pouch includes a Field Dog pocket first-aid book, latex gloves, bandages, Littauer scissors, forceps, and gauze. It also gives hunters iodine and alcohol prep pads, a disposable skin stapler, and surgical sponges. That’s a lot of medical gear packed in a convenient small sized package. $30 | gundogsupply.com


Fido Pro — AirLift

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When you’re miles from the truck and your bird dog has sustained a life-threatening injury, it can seem daunting thinking about how to carry your pup to safety across harsh terrain. You need a way to get him to a vet—and fast. The Fido Pro Airlift is a lightweight, packable harness that allows you to easily lift and carry your dog over your shoulders and to safety. The harness weighs just 8 oz. and packs into a small stuff sack, making it easy to throw in your vest. The Airlift is designed to fit dogs weighing between 20 and 150 lbs., and is available in four different sizes. Don’t hit the field or mountains without it—it could save your dog’s life. $70-$115 | fidoprotection.com


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