Dog First Aid: A Field Guide to Emergency Care for the Outdoor Dog - November 1, 1994
by Randy Acker, DVM (Author), Jim Fergus (Author)
Nothing can ruin a day faster than a dog injury. This is the first field guide covering the injuries a dog can encounter, presenting the symptoms and treatment. Sized to fit in a pocket (4 x 6). Each section is tabbed for quick access to a particular ailment and covers such things as snake bites, gunshot wounds, poisoning, choking, cuts, bleeding, lacerations, pests, eye problems, vomiting, ear problems, shock, heat prostration, broken bones, conditioning, and first aid supplies. This is a must have book for any canine first aid bag.
Paperback: 91 pages
Publisher: Wilderness Adventures Printing (November 1, 1994)
Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 0.5 x 6.2 inches