What Is Inside: The Wild Barkers First Aid Kit



We are introducing our brand new product, a first aid kit, designed specifically for dogs. 


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Why Do Dogs Need a First Aid Kit? 

Dogs are part of the family and need just as much care as we do. Whether it’s at home, on a hike, at the dog park, camping, or at the beach, accidents and incidents can happen. Being as prepared as possible is vital. 
Our Wild Barkers First Aid Kit has all of the essentials needed until you can reach your veterinarian or medical center.


Why Buy Our First Aid Kit?

DESIGNED FOR ANIMALS: Our first aid kit is designed specifically for dogs (but may also be useful for cats). All of the equipment included is perfect for use on your pets. There are no unnecessary items, unlike other survival kits. Whether it's a graze, wounds, or something more serious, the supplies in our kit should be able to help in an emergency until you can receive proper medical attention from a vet.
MUZZLE AND INFLATABLE E-COLLAR INCLUDED: Animals will always try to lick and bite their wound to soothe, clean, or heal it. However, this can cause an infection. Our inflatable e-collar can be used to prevent your pet from getting to their wound. There is also a muzzle included for your safety. When our dogs become injured, even the most friendly canine can act differently. Using a muzzle in this kind of situation will help keep you safe. Muzzle and collar available in 3 sizes.
FREE EMERGENCY CARD: Although we pray it will never happen, sadly, our dogs can end up having a disaster. If this occurs, it can cause panic leading to forgetting vital allergies, medication, or contact numbers. This misinformation can cause errors in treatment, which can have dangerous consequences. We have included a FREE emergency card to fill out your dogs' information to prevent this.
PERFECT FOR ALL OCCASIONS: This kit is both home and travel friendly. It is large enough to store everything but small enough to fit into your bag. Whether it's a long car drive, international travel, hunting trip, outdoor adventure, hiking, a day at the beach, a night camping, or a day at your office, you will have all the gear if an accident occurs.
DURABLE AND COMPACT: Our dog first aid supplies kit is 8.3" / 21cm x 6.3" / 16cm x 3.2" / 8.1cm making it lightweight, portable, and the ideal size to slip in your bag. The nylon material is water-resistant, and the hard case protects the contents. It also is divided into three pouches, ideal for organizing everything you need.


What Is Included?



  • 1 x Hard Case (8.3" / 21cm x 6.3" / 16cm x 3.2" / 8.1cm)
  • 1 x Emergency Card
  • 1 x Soft Muzzle (S, M, L options available)
  • 1 x Inflatable E-Collar (S, M, L options available)
  • 1 x Safety Medical Shearer Scissors
  • 1 x Tweezers
  • 1 x Tick Remover
  • 2 x PVC Gloves
  • 1 x Foil Blanket
  • 1 x Ice Pack
  • 10 x Antiseptic Wipes
  • 2 x Vet Wrap / Self-Adhesive Bandages (approx 1” / 2.5cm Thick)
  • 3 x Conforming Bandages (approx 2.5” / 6cm Thick)
  • 10 x Gauze Pads
  • 1 x Medical Tape
  • 5 x Sting Relief Pads


How Do I Know Which Size To Buy?


Inflatable E-Collar Sizing:
Small - Fits the neck circumference of 18-30cm/7”-11.8”
Medium - Fits the neck circumference of 25-36cm/9.8”-14”
Large - Fits the neck circumference of 38-50cm/14.9”-19.6”


Muzzle Sizing:
Small - Front small circle 18cm/7”
Back large circle 24cm/9.4”
Distance from the nose to eyes 5cm/1.9”
Medium - Front small circle 19.5cm/7.6”
Back large circle 26cm/10.2”
Distance from the nose to eyes 5.5cm/2.1”
Large - Front small circle 21.5cm/8.2”
Back large circle 28cm/11”
Distance from the nose to eyes 6.5cm/2.5”





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Disclaimer: Each dog is different, and every circumstance is different. All efforts have been made to provide accurate information. However, it is not provided by a qualified Veterinarian, Veterinarian Surgeon, or Behaviorist. The information provided is purely educational. The information should not be used as an alternative or substitute for medical care. If you have any health or medical concerns, contact a qualified Veterinary Surgeon or Veterinarian immediately.


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