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"Doctor Bill's" Advanced First Aid Kit

* This First Aid kit was designed by a veterinarian specifically for dogs.

* This is the only dog first aid kit that has a battery operated hair trimmer
(used to properly prep the wound site to allow cleaning out bacteria)

* With each purchase $2 will be donated to Best Friends Animal Society external link icon
(a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that works nationwide to promote pet adoption, no-kill animal rescue, and spay-and-neuter practices)

also when this item is purchased through smile amazon, $4.50 will go to support Dogs For Invisible Diabilities external link icon
{a 501c non-profit organization that helps disabled persons acquire and train their own Service Dog individual tasks to help with their disability}).


This Advanced First Aid Kit contains the following:

1 each - Muzzle

1 each - Penlight

1 each - 60cc Syringe

1 each - Bandage scissors

4 each - PAWS, alcohol wipes

1 each - Digital thermometer

1 each - 5.5" stainless steel

1 each - Thumb forceps - 4.5"

1 each - Vetrap - 3" x 5 yards

1 each - Hydrogen peroxide 3% - 8 oz

1 each - Adhesive tape - 1" x 10 yards

8 each - Aspirin 325 mg - 4 packets of 2

4 each - Benadryl 25 mg - 4 packets of 1

1 each - Triple antibiotic ointment - 1 oz

1 each - Antiseptic/Anesthetic spray -1 oz

1 each - Gauze wrap stretchable - 3" x 3 yards

8 each - Gauze pads, sterile - 4 packets of 2

4 each - Non-Adherent pads - sterile in 4 packets of 1

8 each - Cotton tipped applicators - sterile in 4 packets of 2

1 each - Quick Reference Manual

1 each - Wahl hair trimmer with AA battery with blade guard, oil & brush

1 each - compartmentalized case with removable tray AND lid with access window - 13" x 7.5" x 5".

Available on smile.amazon.com external link icon for $89.95

plus shipping & handling and tax (if applicable).

(with Smile Amazon a portion of your purchase goes to support Dogs For Invisible Diabilities external link icon

{a 501c non-profit organization that helps disabled persons acquire and train their own Service Dog individual tasks to help with their disability})