Disinfectant Wipes

Disinfectant Wipes for animals from Aqueos

Pet first aid wipes from Aqueos are useful to clean areas of your pet. It kills bacteria and viruses, it doesn’t smell and has a natural deodoriser in it.Anti-Bacterial & Anti-Fungal. The Aqueos wipes carry on working after application. Effective deodoriser including fox and badger smells. Alcohol and bleach free. They are non-sticky and fragrance-free and will not irritant the skin. […]

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first aid spray

First Aid Spray for wounds on animals from Aqueos

First aid spray from Aqueos is essential for any animal First Aid Kit or pet owner.  It is used to aids the natural healing process as well as disinfect cuts, minor wounds and Skin Irritations.   You can use first aid spray to clean and flush out a wound or injury. It is sting-free and PH neutral. It […]

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Diarrhoea in animals

Diarrhoea in animals

Diarrhoea in animals can affect at any time and usually, it is not a serious condition and it will clear up on its own. Diarrhoea can be caused by many different things and it will affect different animals in different ways. Some common causes are: Changes in diet Viral infections Bacterial infections Foreign object has been […]

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Vestibular Syndrome

Vestibular Syndrome refers to a disease group that affect the vestibular system which affects the balance system. This disease can be caused by many things like nerve or brain tumours, infection, inflammation, underactive Thyroid gland or it may be that even with extensive investigation no cause if found. Where no cause is found, this is […]

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STAT Tourniquet ideal for pets

The ‘Smart Tactical Application Tourniquet’ is ideal for mass casualty incidents, as it can be applied in just 5 seconds. This helps to significantly reduce blood loss from catastrophic bleeds. Versatile This versatile tourniquet can be used on adults, children and even animals! It’s ideal for limb sizes as small as 20mm, and upwards. Easy […]

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hydrotherapy

Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy

Physiotherapy and hydrotherapy are successful ways of treating pets. You will often find that, after orthopaedic surgery, or even in some cases, for arthritic animals or problems that they’ve had with joints, that you will be advised to take your pet for hydrotherapy or for physiotherapy. This is used very much as it is in the […]

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Operations and x-rays

Operations and x-rays

Whenever a pet is admitted into the hospital for surgery, for an anaesthetic, whether that be for surgery or for something like x-rays, it is always a concern for the owner because they are leaving their pet with you, and they are not going to be with them and they do not always understand or […]

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National Association of Security Dog Users – NASDU

ProTrainings are approved by NASDU to deliver Security Dog First Aid training. This means ProTrainings are recommended by NASDU to provide Security Dog First Aid training for Security Dogs and Detection Dogs, having had the learning objectives contained in NASDU qualifications mapped against the learning outcomes of our ProTrainings qualification. This endorsement adds value to […]

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Neutering

Neutering in pets is really important if you do not plan on breeding from them. There are health issues through not neutering your pet. With bitches, this could be uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, or a pyometra. If you have them spayed, then all of those diseases cannot happen. With a dog, testicular tumours and some […]

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Processionary caterpillars

Processionary caterpillars are something that can be fatal to animals. You may think a caterpillar can do no harm to either animals or humans but there is one that you may come across in warmer climates. There are reports of them being found in the South of  England and there have two main names, the […]

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