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Dogs have a knack of getting themselves into trouble at the most inconvenient times.  At the local dog park, they can get into fights and suffer bites, trip in holes and get sprains, or worse.  Many people are not prepared for these types of emergencies. 

It's actually quite easy to create an emergency that contains most of the essentials needed to handle virtually any emergency.  There are pre-made kits on the market that have the advantage of having a little of everything you would most need in most common emergencies, but it also very easy to make your own.
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Being prepared for emergencies with your pet If you've never thought about it, having an emergency kit or pet CPR and First Aid kit for is a good, good plan! Personally, I have one in my home and always carry one in my car. This articles covers what types of things should be in a well-stocked kit and sources for ready-made kits.    Why You Need a First Aid Kit for your Pet  Having an emergency kit specific to your dog or cat is a good idea. This is especially true if you spend time …
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