September 23, 2010
There's nothing worse than sending your dog into deep cover or splashing into the water, only to see him reemerge limping or bleeding. No matter what injury has occurred, you'll be better prepared to handle it if you have a Ready Dog First Aid Kit with you. These kits were actually developed specifically for dogs in the field, including law enforcement, hunting, and trial competitor canines. The Gun Dog Kit is the one readers of this feature will be interested in.
It has the tools to remedy a face full of porcupine quills, the jagged gash from a barbed wire fence, a skunk encounter, and just about any other mishap that could befall your dog. In fact, from reams of gauze to paramedic shears, Kelly forceps, cold compresses, skin stapler, antihistamine tablets and even honey packets (good for getting down other pills and giving a blood sugar boost), you'll be hard-pressed to find a better or more properly equipped dog first aid kit. Best of all, part of the kit detaches from the main unit so you can stuff it in your bird vest or shell bag and take it afield, where you're likely to need it most.
Contact: Ready Dog; 877) 771-0159; www.readydogproducts.com