Bunny-girls' other thread got me thinking, I'm sure most people have some sort of first aid kit for humans, even if it's the bathroom cabinet! But do people have them for their pets.
I thought those who had one could share what's in it, to help those who don't figure out what they might find handy to have in case they ever need it.
My animal one contains (bear in mind that I breed too and still rescue wildlife occasionally so some items may not suit your average pet owner!)
Vetwrap, gauze bandages & sticky elastoplast tape
Wound pads / dressings
Antiseptic cream (Savlon)
Nursing bottles & teats
Stomach (feeding) tubes
Syringes (20ml & 10 ml for feeding infants, smaller for oral medications)
Vitamin C powder
Stop Chew spray (for bandages etc)
Insect repellent wound spray
"Tuffrock Poultice" (I love this stuff for wounds and sprains and lots of things!!)
Haemostats, dental floss, small scissors - umbilical cords and general use
Nail clippers - technically live in grooming box but get used in first aid if needed. Plus bigger scissors from trimming hair off injuries.
Usually in summer I have injectable vitamin C in the fridge in case of snake bite, and appropriate needles etc to administer in an emergency but I've had training in how to do that. Wouldn't recommend anything injectable for folks who haven't had training.