If you recognize
the need for a little first aid kit for your home, you might have noticed that it seems to be everywhere.
First Aid Kits for Dogs and Cats are available in many pet stores, supermarkets and pharmacies across the country.
The most common injuries
that can be treated at home include cuts, bites from animals such as snakes, birds and other reptiles while they are sleeping
or being threatened by household pets of other breeds.
For Minor Wounds on Pets at Home: Some of these remedies may sound strange to some people but there are natural ways to treat minor wounds on pets. Although it is not recommended to use these remedies in places where there is no water, these remedies can be effective when applied properly.
1) Acupressure with Lemon – There are many different methods and products that can help with minor wounds on the skin of pets including cats. The reason why this works is because lemon is an antioxidant
which helps boost the immune system
and can also improve blood circulation and skin health too.
2) Ginger – Ginger has anti-inflammatory
properties which can also help with minor wounds on pets. It is also said to help relieve pain and swelling caused by minor cuts or burns as well as infections like cold sores or ringworm.
3) Vitamin E – This remedy has been used for years to treat burns on animals including dogs and cats. It helps regenerate damaged tissue which reduces the risk of infection etc.
4) Tea Tree Oil – This oil has been used for many years to treat minor wounds like those caused by bites from animals such as dogs.
5) Coconut Oil – Coconut oil has a lot of good qualities
like being rich in Vitamin E which will benefit both your pet’s body as well as your own as it helps with healing
cuts/wounds etc while they are healing too soothe pain in addition to reducing inflammation after a burn/bite/scratch etc
6) Pepto Bismol- Pepto Bismol is a clear liquid that contains bismuth subsalicylate which acts at the site of injury or burn wound directing it towards the wound site so that it heals faster instead of migrating outwards towards the surrounding tissues (because of its antibacterial properties).
7) Oatmeal – Oatmeal acts like an antiseptic so it’s recommended to use it when treating minor wounds on pets
8) Tea Tree Oil – Tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties so it will make sure that any infection doesn’t spread-out.