Field Guide to Dog First Aid By Randy Acker, DVM -- This is the first pocket field guide that covers the injuries and problems that your dog can encounter in the field, presenting the symptoms and treatment.
2009 edition, 91 pages, soft cover, black and white illustrations
By Randy Acker, DVM -- This is the first pocket field guide that covers the injuries and problems that your dog
can encounter in the field, presenting the symptoms and treatment.
Some of the things you'll find in the comprehensive guide include: Allergies, Bleeding/lacerations, Breathing problems, Collapse and weakness, Drowning, Foot & pad injuries, Gunshot wounds, Hypothermia/frostbite, Poisons, Snakebite, Vomiting, Pests, Bones, Burns/scalding, Diarrhea, Ear & eye injuries, Fish hook injuries, Heat stroke, Lameness, Shock, Stomach Torsion, Disabling head and leg traps.
This is a small paperback book (4 1/4" x 7" - 91 pages) FULL of essential information.
I. General Information: Prevention, Preparation, and Techniques
Preventing Injury and Illness
Surgical Stapling and Gluing
II. Type of Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment
Bleeding and Lacerations
Bones: Fractures and Dislocations
Breathing Problems: Choking, Coughing, Gagging, Sneezing
Collapse and Weakness
Ear Injuries and Problems
Eye Injuries and Problems
Foot and Pad Injuries and Problems
Fish Hook Injuries
Lameness: Examining and Diagnosing
Poisons/Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
III. Type of Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment
First Aid Kit/Supplies
Other Sources of Information
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