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Dylan Rhodes 08-04-2022 08:03 PM

Dog first aid book or trainings?
 
Can anyone recommend some books on dog first aid or even have some knowledge on where they might hold trainings? I spend about 40-60 days a year hunting depending on the weather and with the remote areas I find myself in and proximity to civilization I feel like Iím playing with fire. I carry a myriad of first aid stuffs for myself and for the dog, but anything else I can learn would be valuable.

Dan Steingraber 08-06-2022 09:41 AM

If you join and search the Facebook page for the Bird Dogs and Fly Fishing group you'll find some great information about dog first aid and field first aid kits.

Garry L Gordon 08-06-2022 11:47 AM

I have a small first aid (for dogs) book that goes with me. It has helped on several occasions. My wife carries the first aid kit that we have put together ourselves. We look up area vets for the places we travel to, and that has been used too often for my liking.

I can go get the book info if youíre interested.

Mike Koneski 08-07-2022 10:27 AM

The last issue of Pheasants Forever magazine had a good article on various dog first aid kit set ups. I saved that article, well thought out with some good info. It wasn't about performing first aid but it gave you a starting point for first aid gear.

Mills Morrison 08-09-2022 10:13 AM

I don't have this book, but saw it and remembered this thread

https://www.sportingclassicsstore.co...eid=994b51c385

Dylan Rhodes 08-09-2022 10:18 AM

Garry, if you can find the name of that book I would be interested.
thanks

Ted Hicks 08-09-2022 01:29 PM

Many of the gun dog supply houses carry kits, videos and books to cover this.

Garry L Gordon 08-12-2022 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Dylan Rhodes (Post 369337)
Garry, if you can find the name of that book I would be interested.
thanks

Dylan, Sorry this took so long. Here's a couple of photos of the book with the publication info (and scale). As you can see, it's small enough to carry in a pocket. Pretty decent for common mishaps and injuries for our pups.

I hope this helps.

PS The best training in my opinion comes from an experienced trainer that you have confidence in and whose work you have seen first hand. The best trained dogs are those that have the "best trained trainer." If you as trainer are not consistent and perceptive, your dog will not be at its best. Advice worth what you paid for it.

Have fun, learn from your dog (who knows more than you about many things), and be safe.

Keith Doty 08-21-2022 10:19 PM

Take a look at Ugly Dog Hunting's website. They have a first class dog first aid kit with a handbook. About $130 BUT for my dogs...just fine. Sku UD 1998


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