FIRST AID KIT
WITH LITHOTHERAPY STONES
WITH ONE SUPPORT
A COLLAR FOR DOG AND CAT AND HALTER FOR HORSES
When it comes to first aid for an animal, here are some important points to consider:
1. Assess the situation: Make sure the scene is safe before approaching the animal. If necessary, ask for help to contain or secure the animal to avoid putting yourself in danger.
2. Protect yourself: Use gloves or any other means of protection if you think the animal might bite or scratch you. Be sure to take the necessary precautions to avoid injury.
3. Calm the animal: If the animal is stressed, try to calm it down by talking softly and gently. Try to minimize stimuli that may make her condition worse.
4. Observe vital signs: Check to see if the animal is breathing and has a pulse. If necessary, apply cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques by tilting the animal's head and administering artificial respiration and chest compressions.
5. Control bleeding: If the animal is bleeding, try to stop the bleeding by applying direct pressure to the wound with a compress or clean cloth. If possible, elevate the injured part to reduce blood flow.
6. Stabilize fractures: If you suspect a fracture in the animal, try to immobilize the injured area with bandages or dressings. Use caution to avoid further damage.
7. Contact a veterinarian: It is important to contact a veterinarian as soon as possible for specific advice for your situation. The veterinarian can guide you on the actions to take and possibly ask you to go to the veterinary clinic urgently.
Note that first aid techniques may vary depending on the animal involved, the nature of the emergency and your skills. It is recommended that you undergo training in animal first aid so that you are better prepared to act correctly in the event of an emergency.
Here is a list of recommended basic items to put together a first aid kit for pets
1. Disposable gloves: for your protection and to avoid contamination during treatment.
2. Disinfectant: to clean wounds and prevent infections.
3. Sterile compresses: to cover wounds and stop bleeding.
4. Elastic and adhesive bandages: to hold the compresses in place.
5. Gauze bandage: to make a pressure dressing.
6. Blunt scissors: for cutting bandages and hair around wounds.
7. Tweezers: to remove splinters or ticks.
8. Saline solution: to rinse eyes or wounds.
9. Digital rectal thermometer: to take the temperature of the animal.
10. Physiological serum: to rinse the eyes and ears.
11. Medicines prescribed by the veterinarian: if your animal has specific medicines, it is important to include them in the first aid kit.
12. Vet's Phone Number: Always keep your vet's phone number handy, as well as an emergency veterinary clinic.