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Then there’s the kit for the really active dog. After putting together a basic kit, consider the following items to help treat the wider range of issues your dog may encounter out of doors.
But even these three first aid kit iterations may not suit your individual needs. Consider these your foundation supplies and ask your veterinarian to recommend items more specific to your geography, your activities and your pet’s unique medical needs. OK, so now it’s your turn: What’s in your first aid kit?
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