- Booties to protect your dogs feet from glass, sharp objects and cold/hot surfaces
- Service Vest and ID badge if your dog has one
- Extra Leash, collar and harness.
- Pet First Aid Kit
- Small flashlight and spare batteries
Identity Records (Records help with proof of ownership, and access to shelters) When possible laminate documents or store in water proof baggie/container.
- Copy of all current vaccinations and health records,
- Copy of your identity papers (In case you become separated from your dog)
- License numbers, micro-chip or tattoo numbers and tags.
- List of allergies if any (food, medication or anything else)
- Pet Medication (If any) and feeding schedule.
- Several photos of your animal (you with your animal helps with proof of ownership)
- Contact numbers for your service dog’s veterinary and other relevant resource numbers
Ken Jorgustin on the “Modern Survival Blog” recommends that you talk to your veterinarian about what is most appropriate for your pet’s emergency medical needs. Most kits should include cotton bandage rolls, bandage tape and scissors, antibiotic ointment, flea and tick prevention, latex gloves, isopropyl alcohol and saline solution. You may consider a pet first aid reference book.