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Forum THE LOUNGE Emergency kit

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    • BunnyLass568
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        I’m just curious, what’s in your guys’ emergency kits?

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      • DanaNM
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          For the buns I have some boxes of Oxbow stacks hay, a bag of pellet food, pine pellets, water bowls, litter boxes, and critical care.

           

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        • Ellie from The Netherlands
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            This is what’s in our kit. Metacam is prescription-only, but we always buy extra so we have a little on hand if something happens outside office hours. ABs are prescription-only here in NL, so we’ll still have to go to the vet for that.

            • Their vet passports
            • Critical Care
            • Feeding syringes
            • Vet wrap
            • Sterile gauze
            • Alcohol-based disinfectant
            • Metacam
            • Simethicone
            • Sudo cream for wet or irritated skin
            • Pheromone spray to ease stress

             


          • prince dorian the bun
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              My list is a lot like Ellie’s (so I  cheated and copied hers with some editing)

              • Critical Care
              • Feeding syringes
              • Vet wrap
              • Sterile gauze
              • Alcohol-based disinfectant
              • Metacam
              • Simethicone
              • Charcoal & vitamin E
              • Clippers and small scissors


            • Bam
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                I think I have much the same things. CC, feeding syringe, probiotic capsules, rehydration formula for rabbits,  meloxicam, pepcid, disinfectant, compresses, vet wrap, simethicone baby gas drops, a 10 sec thermometer, handwarmers, styptic powder, scissors.

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