Author: Chuck Divinne
Format :Hardcover, 128 pages, Color Photos
Dimensions : (in inches): 4.0 x 6.0 inches
The Orvis Field Guide to First Aid for Sporting Dogs is written by well-known sporting dog veterinarian, Charles DiVinne of Peterborough, New Hampshire, an avid wingshooter who knows what to expect when you take your dog into the field or on the marsh. This is an invaluable guide to preventing injury and treating accidental injury promptly and properly when it does occur in the field. This dog first aid
book covers snakebites, eye injuries, severe trauma, shock, heat stroke, dehydration, hypothermia, choking, gunshot wounds and much more. It tells you what signs to look for and what you need to do, in order of importance, to treat your dog in emergency situations. Also included in this dog training book
is a detailed explanation of what a comprehensive field dog first aid kit should contain, and a list of items to be included in a portable first aid kit. If you own a sporting dog, read this guide and slip it into your pocket every time you take your dog into the field or marsh. This book may save your canine companion's life.