Adventure Medical Kits  Canine Field Medicine: First Aid for Your Active Dog

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If you're exploring the backcountry with your furry companion, Canine Field Medicine provides practical advice to keep them healthy and safe on the adventure, and what to do in case of an emergency.

Features

  • Information includes important reference points, as well as tips on preventative and emergency care, along with descriptive photos
  • Compact carry-along size won't take up too much space in your pack, so you'll always be ready
  • Author Sid Gustafson practices veterinary medicine in Montana

Made in USA.

From the publisher: We love bringing our dogs along on outdoor adventures, whether backpacking , hiking or hunting, and they love coming just as much. But just like humans, our canine partners can suffer an illnesses or accident in the backcountry, a long way from home. If your dog should seem sick, do you know how to check? What would you do if they suddenly collapsed? These and many other obvious and not so obvious health issues are described in Canine Field Medicine.

Veterinarian Sid Gustafson provides tips on how to examine your dog, and what to do if they're choking, coughing, wounded, bleeding, goes lame or has a head injury. He discusses eye, ear and mouth health and the first aid that's required for things like frostbite, heat stroke, hypothermia and sunburn.

The point of every outdoor adventure is to have fun and come back safely. Being prepared for the worst is generally the best way to stack the odds of a successful outing in our favor—for humans and for our four-legged friends.
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Technical Specs

Item #187319
Best Use

Hiking

Dimensions

7 x 5 inches

Author(s)

Sid Gustafson, DVM

Number of Pages

98

Format

Paperback

ISBN-13

978-0692787397

Publisher

Mountaineers Books

Copyright Year

2018

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