This list includes first aid kit items you should have in case your Siberian Husky needs medical attention. Keep your Husky's first aid kit in a travel case for easy storage and portability (for vacations, doggy play dates, etc.).

  • Ace bandage

  • Activated charcoal

  • Adhesive tape and gauze

  • Alcohol prep pads

  • Antibiotic ointment

  • Benadryl antihistamine (1 to 2 milligrams per pound, every 8 hours)

  • Buffered aspirin (5 milligrams per pound every 12 hours)

  • Cold pack

  • Cotton balls

  • Ear and oral syringe

  • Epsom salts

  • Eyewash

  • Gauze sponges

  • Hydrogen peroxide (to induce vomiting; 1 to 3 teaspoons every 10 minutes until the dog vomits)

  • Imodium A-D (1 milligram per 15 pounds, once or twice daily)

  • Kaopectate (1 milliliter per 1 pound every 2 hours)

  • Magnifying glass

  • Milk of magnesia, antacid and laxative

  • Mineral oil, laxative (5 to 30 milliliters per day)

  • Pepto-Bismol, anti-diarrheal (1 teaspoon per 5 pounds, every 6 hours) or tablets

  • Providone-iodine ointment

  • Rectal thermometer (specifically made for canine use)

  • Rubbing alcohol

  • Safety pins

  • Soft cloth muzzle

  • Scissors (small blunt-end type)

  • Splints

  • Tweezers or hemostat

  • Vaseline