To avoid the inconvenience of some emergency illnesses at night or away from the animal hospital, it is necessary for dog families to have a general medicine kit. However, some dogs can be allergic to certain medications, as well as the amount of various medications that must be consulted in advance with a reliable veterinarian, and the following small side note tells you what common medications you should have for your dog at home:>
[Puppy Medicine Kit]
[First Surgical First Aid Products] Surgical First Aid Products
Hydrogen peroxide: For general skin wounds, you can use it to clean the wound first.
Yunnan Baiyao: If the dog is bleeding, you can apply the powder to the wound. If the bleeding is excessive, you can let the dog eat it properly.
Anti-inflammatory powder sulfa crystals: A common and effective anti-inflammatory for wounds, which should be bandaged after being applied to the wound surface to prevent licking.
Violet drops: used during the growth period of the wound skin.
Erythromycin ointment: also used for puppy septic skin disease during wound recovery.
If possible, you should also have some popsicles on hand. If the dog is unfortunate enough to break a bone, then light, thin, tough popsicles will work. Because although the dog is injured, the active personality can easily exacerbate the injury, and then parents can use the popsicles as a splint to temporarily immobilize the fractured limb.
This way, the blood vessels, nerves, muscles, and skin of the fracture are less likely to be re-damaged while the parent is on the way to take the dog to the hospital.
[Small Dog Medicine Kit]
[Second Digestive tract medication]
Multi-Enzyme Tablets, Pepsin Tablets, Multi-Vitamin: These medications are very helpful for dogs with indigestion and loss of appetite, and can effectively regulate the gastrointestinal function of dogs.
Gentamicin tablets: Some parents may be anxious about their dog’s vomiting and diarrhea caused by indigestion. This medication plays an important role in the dog’s diarrhea.
Gastroflora tablets: If the dog is vomiting, parents can give them Gastroflora tablets to stop the vomiting at this time.
Developmental: Giving your dog a tonic that regulates gastrointestinal function can also help prevent diarrhea.
The above medications are for dogs with mild vomiting and diarrhea only. If your dog has severe vomiting and diarrhea, you should seek medical attention to avoid delaying treatment.
[Puppy Medicine Kit]
[Third Special Medication]
Chloramphenicol eye drops: Essential eye medication for conjunctivitis and keratitis. Because of its cheap price, it can also be used to cleanse without eye disease to keep eyes clean. Especially important for large, bulging Peking, Eight Brothers and other varieties.
Vitamin E: The dog that the family has been with for years is gradually moving into its own twilight years, so how can parents keep their dog young and slow down its aging? Having some vitamin E in a small medicine cabinet and giving it to your dog regularly will keep him young forever.
Glycerin suppositories: Squeezing into the anus when a dog is constipated is a very effective medicine.
Chlorhexidine solution: Your dog is a male and you may notice that there is always a little greenish gray pus at the opening of the foreskin. This is inflammation of the foreskin cavity and regular washing with Pytel solution can help keep him out of trouble.
Phenobarbital: Puppies with epilepsy have seizures every once in a while, and giving this medicine to your dog before the seizure will effectively control the condition.
When traveling with your dog, you can prepare some sedatives for dogs with a history of motion sickness, such as Stabil and Chlorprotax, which are commonly used. Because sedatives interfere with a dog’s ability to thermoregulate and are taken after sweltering in a hot car, they are likely to cause heatstroke and can lead to death in severe cases, so keep the car cool with windows open or air conditioning, and the dosage must be consulted with your veterinarian.
[Puppy Medicine Kit]
[Fourth Newborn Dog Medicine
1. Light salt water to cleanse the skin problem: The skin needs to be cleaned before giving the dog medication, but harsh antiseptic topical medications such as iodine and alcohol should not be used, which can harm the dog’s skin but make the skin disease worse. The easiest to find at home, while mild antiseptic is light salt water. It is best to clean the dog’s skin with light salt water. If necessary, we need to cut the dog’s problematic skin and surrounding hair short to clean it.
2. Oral antibiotics: The dog has a serious skin condition. It is not possible to rely on topical medications alone. It also needs the complementary treatment of oral antibiotics. You can give your dog amoxicillin see the drug’s instructions.
3. Vitamins help recovery: The dog can take a multivitamin or vitamin B2 tablets. Because vitamins are good for skin growth, your doctor may recommend that you buy a bottle of multivitamin as an adjunctive treatment for many dogs with skin problems
Newborn dog BBs encounter seasonal changes and are prone to skin conditions such as red spots on the dog’s skin, itching, scratching, and dog hair loss. When giving some topical medication to the dog, we need to clean the dog’s skin first and combine it with some oral medication to help the dog recover. >