Basic Care and Prevention
Skin and Hair
Teeth and Gums
Exercise and Rest
Conditioning a Dog to Accept Treatment
Fleas and Lice
First Aider Roles and Responsibilities
Identification of Situation
Restraint and Safe Muzzling of Dog
When to Call the Veterinarian and What they Need to Know
Nose to Tail Survey
Appearance and Movement
Ears, Eyes, Nose and Mouth
Head and Neck
Anus and Genitals
Priorities of Treatment
Emergency First Aid Response
Assess and Prioritize
Bites and Stings
Bees, Wasps, Hornets, Ants
Snake, Spider, Scorpion
Fractures and Breaks
Robert Jones Bandage
Mouth to Nose Resuscitation
Second Degree/Partial Thickness
Third Degree/Full Thickness
Cuts and Wounds
Ear Hematoma—No blood
Feet - Claws and Pads
Mouth and Tongue Injuries
Plants and foods poisonous to dogs
Securing and Transporting
What to Have in your First Aid Kit
My Dog—Vital Information
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