In an emergency it is important to know what to do, this is never more true than when dealing with pets who often can’t tell us exactly what is wrong. If you want to learn more about pet first aid you are in the right spot. 

Today we’re talking about pet first aid and why it’s important to know what to do in a variety of common situations. Pets can get themselves into all kinds of little troubles and when that happens it’s good to be able to know what to do so you can save yourself a lot of money, stress, and potentially the loss of a pet! 

We are also sharing some local vets that you should have on hand in order to take care of those situations after you have administered first aid, or in the case of a true emergency it’s important to know where you can go to get your pet cared for immediately. 

What to Include in a Pet First Aid Kit: 

Pets are kind of like humans in that they are always encountering unexpected situations where things can go wrong. The hard part is that they can’t tell us exactly what is wrong. This guide will help you create a pet first aid kit so that you are ready to respond in any situation where your pet might need some mild to moderate care. 

Remember that if you feel like you can’t handle any situation it’s best to take your pet to the emergency vet and let them do their job! In some cases it’s good to be prepared so you can help control symptoms until you are able to get to the vet. In any case, it’s always good to have supplies on hand for when things inevitably go wrong at the very worst time! 

Your Pet First Kit Should Contain: 

Make sure to go through your kit every three months or so and check to see that everything is good, up to date, and fresh. 

Animal Poison Control Center:

888-4ANI-HELP (888-426-4435)

Veterinarians In Tulsa:

Heritage Veterinary Hospital

4011 S 79th E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74145

(918) 627-8575

Oklahoma Veterinary Specialists

1501 West 78th Street South, Tulsa, OK 74132

(918) 299-4900

Marina Animal Clinic Inc

9968 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74129

(918) 663-5758

Affordable Pet Care

13111 E 11th St, Tulsa, OK 74108

(918) 437-6735

City Veterinary Hospital

3550 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

(918) 747-1641

Riverbrook Animal Hospital LLC

3750 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

(918) 748-4400

Woodland West Animal Hospital

9360 S Union Ave, Tulsa, OK 74132

(918) 299-1208

Tulsa General Veterinary Hospital

7910 S 107th E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74133

(918) 806-1111

Animal Emergency Center

4055 S 102nd E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74146

(918) 665-0508

Cedarwood Veterinary Clinic

1412 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74112

(918) 749-6588

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Give us a call today if you’d like to learn more about the MCLife difference. We’d be happy to discuss layouts, pricing, and availability with you! 

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If you are a tried and true local you can still learn about things you might be missing in this great city we get to call home! 

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