EMERGENCY FIRST AID FOR DOGS – at home and away

A must-have essential for any dog owner!

  • Preventing emergencies
  • First Aid
  • Recognising vital signs
  • What to do in an emergency situation
  • Allergic reactions
  • Emergency and travel pharmacy
  • On holiday
  • Vaccinations and
    certificates
  • Dog-friendly environments

DESCRIPTION
What should you do if your dog treads on a shard of glass, begins choking on a foreign object, or has an
allergic reaction to an insect bite? Vet Martin Bucksch lists the most common emergency situations, gives
tips on how to perform first aid, and provides advice on emergency treatment. Including information on
foreign travel, vaccinations, and general travel preparation, this compact and easy-to-understand guide
provides the help that might be urgently needed to save the life of your faithful, four-legged friend.

£5.99

3 in stock

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr Martin Bucksch studied veterinary medicine in Italy and qualified with a PhD. He then trained as a
veterinary specialist for small animals in Hamburg and as a veterinary dermatologist in Germany, the
United States, Luxembourg and Vienna. In 2002, he became managing director and senior partner of a
German veterinary practice, where he mainly worked as a veterinary dermatologist. For several years, he
also worked as a science photographer and a writer for several magazines, and as a nonfiction writer for
two German publishing companies. For the last five years, Martin has been an elected board member,
treasurer, education officer and public officer of the veterinary association in Hamburg.

SPECIFICATION
• 43 colour pictures
• Paperback • 105mm H x 185mm W • 64 pages
• ISBN: 978-1-845843-86-1 • UPC: 6-36847-04386-5
• BIC classification: WNGD + PSVD
• Published August 2017 UK and

 

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg