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Your emergency travel first-aid kit

It goes without saying that your personal travel and emergency first-aid kit may be very extensive, and you should discuss its contents with your vet. A brief list of essential items follows below:

  • Medicines prescribed by your doctor
  • Electrolytes (powder or tablets against frequent diarrhoea)
  • Clinical thermometer
  • Tweezers (to remove foreign bodies, for example)
  • Disposable syringes - 10?20 ml (to rinse wounds or eyes)
  • Eye ointment
  • Ointment / spray for wounds (preferably containing antibiotics in order to prevent infection)
  • Tweezers to remove ticks * Antihistamines (tablets or injections in case of allergy)
  • Bandages (outer bandages, cotton wool, elastoplast, gauze bandages, gauze swabs etc.)
  • "Dog gloves" for protection, in the event that your dog gets something stuck in its paw