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"You have to be ready for anything out in the woods!"



By: Beth G.

Hounds. Hunts.


Just a comment on your first-aid-focused newsletter.

Two additional items I carry for my hounds, readily available (not buried in my pack with the standard first-aid), are tools I'd need to release them from traps. Wire-cutters on my multi-tool to cut through a snare trap. And a long length of rope to release them from conibear traps (need to practice and know how to do this!). You have to be ready for anything out in the woods!

Regards,
Beth G.


Product Rating: 5 out of 5-stars.
Review ID: 1634
Reviewed: 2011-08-05

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