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Pet First Aid

Bulldog First Aid Kit

Medications List

Baby or Low Dose Aspirin (DO NOT give Tylenol or Advil!) - Use to relieve minor aches and pains due to injury or arthritis Dosage: One adult tablet for each 50lbs of dog weight (once every 8 hours)

Vaseline- for the nose. Apply and leave on overnight- then wipe with soft cloth.

Desitin - Use for minor skin irritations, keeping skin folds dry, and minor sunburn

Coagulant (styptic powder) - Use to stop bleeding caused by cutting into the quick when trimming nails

Hydrogen peroxide - Use to induce vomiting or as a general antiseptic cleanser Dosage: 1 tsp. per 10lbs of dog weight, repeat once in 15 minutes if necessary (to induce vomiting)--- Use a turkey baster to administer.

Antidiarrheal (Kaopectate) - Use to treat diarrhea Dosage: 1sp for each 20lbs of dog every 4 hours

Antiemetic (Pepto Bismol) - Use to control vomiting and diarrhea Dosage: 1 tsp. per 20lbs of dog weight every 4 hours

Ipecac syrup - Use to induce vomiting Dosage: 1 tsp. per 5lbs of dog weight (try hydrogen peroxide first)

Real Lemon plastic lemon - Use to clear phlegm from the Bulldog's throat and ease breathing Dosage: squirt liberally into the back of throat

Cough medicine (Triaminic) - Use to control cough and as expectorant Dosage: 1 tsp. per 20lbs of dog weight every 4-6 hours (short-term use only)

Antibiotic ointment

Antiseptic solution

Ophthalmic ointment (non-steroid)

Antihistamine (Benadryl) - Use for allergic reactions and bee/wasp stings Dosage: 1 mg per 1lb of dog weight up to 50 mg

 

 

First Aid Equipment List

  • Roll of 1" first aid tape
  • Cotton balls
  • Nail trimmers / dremel
  • 2"-3"gauze rolls
  • Blanket
  • Rectal thermometer
  • Ace bandage
  • Syringes (without needles)
  • Tefla pads
  • Blunt nose scissors
  • Tweezers

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