First -Aid Kit

 


Bag Balm: For applying to sores, abrasions, and sore hocks

Bandages and sterile gauze: To bandaging wounds

Chamomile Tea or Rescue Remedy: Used to calm a stressed rabbit.

Disinfectant (Such as peroxide): For cleaning wounds

Disposable razor: To shave the fur around a wound

Electrolytes (Pedialyte is good): If your rabbit is not drinking or it has diarrhea, it will become dehydrated and loose electrolytes.

Eye Dropper: For administering medicine. Make sure the cc amounts are marked on the eye dropper.

Flea Comb: For removing fleas and their eggs

Ice pack : For cooling a rabbit in case of stress or heatstroke

KY jelly (Or Vasoline): For lubrication with a thermometer

Mitacide: For treating ear mites

Neosporin: For applying to wounds

Oral Syringes: (No needles). This is used to force feed or liquid into the rabbit if it is not eating or drinking.

Petromalt: Used to prevent and to treat hairballs

Q-Tips: For cleaning wounds and for removing scabs from ear mites

Quik Stop: For stopping the bleeding if a nail is cut too short.

Saline solution: To flush the eye if it is infected or has something in it

Scissors (Small, sharp): To clip fur away from wounds, etc.

Sterile Cotton Balls:

Syringes with needles: To give antibiotic and other injections. (If you are not familiar with injecting rabbits, leave this up to the vet.)

Thermometer (Animal or pediatric anal): For taking the temperature. The temperature should be from 100 F to 102.5 F.

Towels of varying sizes: To wrap a stressed or struggling rabbit in

Tweezers: To remove ticks, burrs, foxtails, etc.

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