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Where can I buy a Doggy first aid kit?

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Can I buy one or do I have to assemble one myself? Thanks for any help in the right direction!

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most outdoor stores have a kit that should have everything you need

the kit i have has a stapler, gauze, eye stuff, ear stuff, and all kinds of other stuff wraps etc. I got it at scheels or sportsmans wearhouse and have seen it at other places as well.

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I started assembling my own dog first aid kit from stuff I had and things I bought at Walmart when it occurred to me...why haven't I been bringing a first aid kit hunting all these years for people? I mean, I have a small, basic kit in my truck all the time, but most of the thing in a first aid kit have use for people or dogs.

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Cabelas has a really nice one for approx $75.00. Includes small stuff up to a stapler.

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If you do a search you will find some list for first aid kits for dogs. I know I used those last year and made my own. not sure how many pages back you need to go, but there was many good ideas in the postings.

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Gun dog supply has a lot of first aid kits. Good service and quick delivery

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