Tuesday, October 26, 2021

The Home Vet Bag #Holiday2021 #PetCare2021

I keep saying this - pets are part of the family. And while traveling this holiday season, it is important to be sure that we have all bases covered with them. As well as I think this is a great gift for those who love their animals as much as we love ours. Travis McDermott is a veterinarian in Las Vegas who has recently debuted the Home Vet Bag, a pet first aid kit, and I think it is fantastic. This pet first aid kit is unique in that it was designed by a veterinarian to provide everything a pet owner would need in a medical situation without unnecessary fillers.
The bag comes ready to go with everything you need!  It comes with the Medical Bag and a First Aid Manual with Online Videos plus all the following supplies:
• Bandage Scissors
• Thermometer with Lubricating Jelly
• Tweezers
• Flashlight
• Instant Cold Pack
• Pet Piller
• Pill Cutter
• Syptic Match Book 
• Syringe for Syringe Feeding
• Saline Eye/Wound Flush
• Hydrogen Peroxide 3%
• 3X3 Gauze
• Cast Padding
• Non-Adhesive Pads
• Self-Adhesive Bandage Wrap
• Medical Tape
• Medical Gloves
• Betadine Scrub Wipes
• Alcohol Scrub Wipes
• Topical Sting Cream
• Antibiotic Ointment
• Honey Packet
• Antihistamine
You never know what type of situation your pet can get into and what you would have on hand. But now you can be prepared.

Check it all out at Home Vet Bag on Facebook, as well as Home Vet Bag on Instagram.
   
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