heat source - such as a hot water bottle (filled with hot tap water only –
not boiling) or a grain filled bag, etc. Ensure you wrap the heat source with
a towel - do not place directly onto the animal.
Thermometer for checking temperature. Place probe near animal and place
the thermometer unit where it can be easily seen. See links below photo for more
such as Dettol.
(eg pillowslips), towels, and blankets of assorted sizes.
milk replacer such as Biolac, Di-Vetelact or Wombaroo Formula One. These can
be purchased from most vets.
Electrolyte fluid, such as Vitrate, Lectate or Glucodine.
Bottles and teats.
without the needle - to offer water by dribbling on side of mouth.
Disposable gloves - to keep hands clean.
paw ointment -a great natural wound cleaner and healer.
Wet Ones - alcoholic hand wipes to clean your hands after rescue.
pins to pin pouch liners together.
wrap (available from vets) and assorted bandages - for stabilising breaks
and halting blood flow.