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post #26 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-23-2015, 12:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Dobiewankanobi View Post
Yes. The pre-assembled kits can be pricey. The one I linked was $139.00. However, I didn't want to be gathering all of those items from multiple sources and trying to keep track of what I had and what I still needed. I just wanted a fully stocked kit. So, for me, it was worth every penny and I just supplemented the very few things it didn't contain.

Whether you buy it or put the kit together yourself, you won't know the value until the event that you need it. So far I've been fortunate that I've only had to use it for minor injuries to myself.
Thanks for posting the link to the pre-assembled kits. Now that spring is here I've ordered one to throw in the car. I also have a human first aid kit so there was some overlap of supplies that I didn't need. I'll throw in a few extras like Gas-X for bloat and I'll be good to go. I don't have the time to assemble one, so this made it easy.

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I don't have a kit set up, but I do always have vet wrap and canine/human friendly ointment around as those are huge necessaties along with quick stop/stypyic powder.

Came in very handy last night for a bleeding carpal pad

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