First Aid Kit for Dogs – Equipment and Booklet

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The Paws at Polly’s First Aid Kit for Dogs:

  • Comprehensive quality first aid supplies
  • Instruction Booklet covering 15 potential emergency situations
  • Also learn how to:
    • Assess the scene of an accident
    • Carry out a primary assessment of your pets A-B-C
    • Apply a tape muzzle
  • The bag is small (20cm x 13cm x 7cm) stylish and lightweight
  • Can easily be carried on a walk or kept at home or in the car
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Our Canine First Aid Kit provides first aid supplies that will work alongside the quick reference guide booklet. It will help you with assessing the scene of an emergency, checking your pet’s ABC, teach you how to apply a tape muzzle and give you guidance on caring for your dog so you can get them to a vet.

Potential trauma situations for your dog:

  • Anaphylactic Shock
  • Bloat
  • Bone & Joint Injuries
  • Burns
  • Choking
  • Drowning
  • Frostbite
  • Heatstroke
  • Hypothermia
  • Penetrating Objects & Puncture Wounds
  • Poisoning
  • Seizures
  • Serious Bleed
  • Shock
  • Vomiting & Diarrhoea.

The kit contains:

  • Bandage
  • Foil Blanket
  • Pair of Rubber Gloves
  • Pet Wrap
  • Plastic Tweezers
  • Resuscitation Face Mask
  • Sterile Wipes
  • Thermometer
  • Wound Dressings
  • Wound Wash Pods.

Advice in the booklet has been approved by Quarry House Vets, vets to the Animals in Distress charity based in Devon.

It can be the perfect gift for the dog lovers in your life or the essential piece of equipment for your own dog walks or for those with working dogs.

If you do ever find yourself in an emergency situation you must remember to stay calm and assess the scene. By staying calm yourself, you will be putting any injured dog at ease.

When you assess the scene of an accident:

  • Take a deep breath to calm yourself
  • Assess for danger and your personal safety
  • If you did not see what happened, gather as much evidence as possible from bystanders
  • Approach the dog slowly, low to the ground and in a curved direction / movement
  • Assess if the dog is conscious
  • If the dog is conscious apply a tape muzzle to avoid being bitten or snapped at by a scared or injured dog. NEVER muzzle a dog that is unconscious or having breathing difficulties, has a jaw injury, is vomiting or during a seizure.

To help put the dog at ease remember these simple techniques:

  • Don’t look the dog directly in the eye, keep your facial expressions soft
  • Approach the injured animal slowly, keeping low and DO NOT approach from a direct angle
  • Calming signals for dogs include yawning, slow blinking, lip licking and stretching

When you have safely assessed the scene and are with the dog you will need to check their A B C 

Airways – Breathing – Circulation

  • Airways – Lie the dog on its right side, extend the head so it is in alignment with the spine, with nose pointing forwards. Open the mouth and pull the tongue forward.
  • Breathing – Look, listen and feel for 5 seconds. If there are no breaths, put the tongue back inside, close the mouth and give 2 breaths up the dog’s nose (using the resuscitation guard from your dog first aid kit).
  • Circulation – Check pulse (femoral artery – underside the back thigh) for 5 seconds. If a pulse is present continue with breaths for 1 minute and then re-check pulse (1 breath every 2-3 seconds). If there is no pulse start chest compressions (30 chest compressions – 2 breaths).

Hands should be placed where the elbow of the upper foreleg meet the ribcage. For barrel chested dogs they should be placed on their backs so that you can compress on the sternum.

How to give chest compressions to your dog CPR
How to give chest compressions to your dog CPR
How to check dogs femoral artery for a pulse
How to check dogs femoral artery for a pulse


Additional information

Weight 500 g
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 7 cm

6 reviews for First Aid Kit for Dogs – Equipment and Booklet

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Becca Jones

    A brilliant product – It has everything needed for a dog emergency and the first aid booklet is really informative.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    ideal for keeping in the car and compact enough to take with me when I go hiking with my dogs. It has everything in it that was recommended by my vets, and the instruction booklet is very reassuring to have!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    A really great product; compact enough to take anywhere and everything you need for an emergency. The booklet is excellent…it’s well written and HUGELY informative, and makes this far better than other doggy first aid kits on the market in my opinion. Worth every penny!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Allison Rimell

    Received my Pet First Aid Kit today. What a great idea! The booklet is very informative and the First Aid Kit is good quality. I’m definitely taking this with me when out and about. Thank you Hannah.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is a superb kit. Quality pouch that you can carry with you when out and about and the booklet is informative with clear instructions. Every dog owner should have one of these!!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nicky Blood (verified owner)

    Just received my first aid kit, ordering process was quick and simple and it arrived promptly. I was so impressed by the quality of the kit. This product is informative and essential for every dog owner, a must for our precious 4 legged babies

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