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First Aid for Dogs

For every dog owner

For every dog owner

First Aid for Dogs

by Fuchs GmbH
First Aid for Dogs
First Aid for Dogs
First Aid for Dogs

What is it about?

For every dog owner

First Aid for Dogs

App Details

Medical Utilities
Last updated
January 16, 2017
Release date
July 21, 2010
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App Store Description

For every dog owner

The App shows you specific ways to act or react when your dog needs first aid. Ideal for emergencies occurring if you are out for a walk, so that you can act quickly and effectively when you need to.
These concepts were worked out in co-operation with a veterinary surgeon.
For your amusement we have added several funny dog cartoons.



The following emergency situations ate described in full with all symptoms. Here we describe for you the respective steps to be taken.

Injuries – paws & claws, epilepsy or cramp attacks, broken bones, wounds and bleeding, bites, stomach torsion, internal injuries

External Effects – burns, insect stings, poisoning, foreign bodies, common cold

Circulatory System – under-cooling, heat stroke, drowning, shock, respiratory arrest, cardiac arrest


Of course you can and should be able to see immediately the steps to be taken:

Self defense – hold the dog securely in place, apply a muzzle and lie him on his side

Bandages – Wound, pressure, head or paw bandages mouth-to-nose resuscitation, heart massage, heart-lung reanimation
Transport – Carry on arm, or with a blanket/jacket


Valuable Tips on the handling of your dog in order to prevent accidents, e.g. Be prepared!, Obedience and Trust, Sweets and Chocolate (chocolade poisoning).

First Aid Kit

Information on our First Aid Kit containing the most important utensils for first aid.
Details to be found at


Any help is as a rule better than no help. This App is intended to help you in a stress situation, to show you how to begin with First Aid but it is not a substitute for a visit to the veterinary surgeon or for attendance at a first aid course for animals. The contents of this application have been compiled with the greatest care; some of the measures (e.g. heart massage) should be practiced in advance under the control of your veterinary physician.
Nevertheless, we hereby disclaim liability for the correctness, the completeness and the up-to-date status of the contents.

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