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These are some of the things that we should all keep on hand for any emergencies..Also, if, like me you live in the south, it's hurricane season, you should have a bag of things packed and ready to go for your babies..Include their medical records, any identification you have, pictures, vets name & number. Fresh water(bottled) & food is a must also...

A fresh bottle of hydrogen peroxide 3% (USP)
Can of soft dog or cat food, as appropriate.
Turkey baster, bulb syringe or large medical syringe.
Saline eye solution to flush out eye contaminants.
Artificial tear gel to lubricate eyes after flushing.
Mild grease-cutting dishwashing liquid for the animal after skin contamination.
Rubber gloves.
Forceps to remove stingers.
Muzzle. An excited animal may harm you.
Pet carrier.
Charcoal capsules - for ingestion of toxins and upset stomach
Steptic powder - for cuts and torn nails to stop bleeding
Liquid bandage
Gauze squares and rolls
Medical tape
Self-stick bandage rolls
Antibiotic ointment
Blanket - to wrap or drag the dog


* Benadryl: 1-2 mg per lb. every 8 hrs. (60-lb. dog, 2-4 25mg tablets every 8 hrs.)
* Aspirin: 5mg per lb. every 12 hrs. (one 300mg tablet per 60-lb. dog every 12 hrs.)
* Hydrogen peroxide to induce vomiting: 1-3 tsp. every 10 min. until dog vomits.
* Pepto-Bismol: 1 tsp. per 5 lb. per 6 hrs. (3-4 tbsp. per 60-lb. dog per 6 hrs.)
* Kaopectate: 1 ml per lb. per 2 hrs. (3-4 tbsp. per 60-lb. dog per 2 hrs.)
* Immodium: 1mg per 15 lbs., 1-2 times daily
* Mineral oil (as a laxative): 5-30 ml per day; do not use long-term


******Please note that dosages may vary dependent upon the dog and that this information is not meant to take the place of an actual vet consultation. Please use this chart as a reference only and if your vet has never recommended one of the OTC meds above for a specific dog, please consult with your vet before administering the drug.*******************

Heres where most of this info came from...along with some more in depth info:
http://www.tervuren.com/cachetnoir/firstaid.html
 
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