1. Scissors to cut fur, bandages, etc.
2. Sterile eye wash to clean out debris from the eyes.
3. Tweezers to remove splinters, ticks or foreign materials from wounds.
4. Toenail trimmer and styptic pencil to clip torn toenails and stop bleeding.
5. Tape and gauze to hold dressings in place.
6. Vet Wrap to bind dressings in place, similar to Ace bandages.
7. Non-stick dressings for bandaging a wound.
8. Antiseptic wash or wipes (like betadine) to disinfect wounds and sores.
9. Antibiotic ointment for minor wounds.
10. Vet-prescribed pain relief (NSAID). Do not use human pain relievers for pets. Some medications, like Tylenol, are poisonous and may be fatal to pets.
11. Exam gloves for your protection.
12. A muzzle to prevent bites while administering first aid.
13. Diphenhydramine (aka Benadryl) for stings and allergic reactions. Figure out the proper dose with your vet, and make a note of it to keep with the medicine.