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
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
treating ear mites
applying to wounds
(No needles). This is used to force feed or liquid into the
rabbit if it is not eating or drinking.
to prevent and to treat hairballs
cleaning wounds and for removing scabs from ear mites
Quik Stop: For
stopping the bleeding if a nail is cut too short.
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
remove ticks, burrs, foxtails, etc.
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