Thursday, October 2, 2014

Win a Kurgo First Aid Kit for Your Dog

by Carrie Boyko, CEB

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Kurgo's 1st Aid Kit Tags Along on My Belt
Enjoying nature with your dog can be a wonderful way to see things that you may never have noticed--viewing them through the eyes of your dog as he sniffs the bushes, rocks and trees along the path. The problem is that some of those curious sniffs can end badly. Snake bites, sharp rocks and sticks, bug bites and other surprises can await when you venture into the woods. That's why you must always go prepared to deal with the most urgent of matters.



The Kurgo first aid kit straps onto your belt or backpack quite easily, and honestly, I hardly knew it was there when this photo was snapped by a friend. Despite the 50 pieces of first aid necessities inside, it weighs almost nothing. You can read more about this at my first aid kit review.

Now it's time to get on with the fun. I'm going to be giving away 5 of these handy pet first aid kits, to assure that at least a few of you will be prepared to head off with proper supplies.

If you're more of a sure-thing sort, you can purchase a kit at the Kurgo website, where they also sell refills when you use up supplies.


Keep One In Your Car Too!
As you use the Rafflecopter entry form, keep in mind that giveaways are supposed to be fun. Enter using only those methods you find enjoyable, and pace yourself. Finally, be aware that the entry form is a bit persnickety sometimes. If it's hiding in the woods and out of sight, simply click on the post title to get it to reappear in the meadow to play. 

Entries will be open through midnight on Thursday, October 16. I'll announce the winners on Friday, October 17. Good luck!








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A Kurgo First Aid Kit was provided to us for review and trial. The comments above are completely my own observations. I was not paid to provide this review or the giveaway that will follow.
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41 comments:



Anonymous said...

We would use it in the car.



bearsbearsbearswoo said...

We would use for walks at the park



Lori said...

Great post! A first aid kit is a wise investment, particularly if you frequent the dog park.



Danielle said...

I'd use it the car but it would also be a good addition to our emergency kit



Katty k said...

I would use it in the car and when ever we go



Kelley Caton said...

I would love to keep a small first id kit in Jedi's training bag alongside the leashes, treats, poop bags and water bottles.



Crystal said...

I would use it as a pet sitter/dog walker



Schooner and Skipper said...

I will keep it in Schooner & Skipper's on the go bag. It goes with anytime we are going in the car.



KateV said...

I would probably keep it in my car or my "dog bag", so that I had it with me no matter where I go with my dogs. But it would be great to have on hand at agility practice/trials. Though thankfully Shiloh has never gotten hurt, there is certainly the potential for it.



Jessica B said...

I would probably keep it in the car to be sure we always had it out incase if an emergency. We love to go hiking, shopping and go to the dog park with Melvin! He also gets to go to most family get togethers! :)



Jennifer Dace said...

I will use the first aid kit when we are camping and trailriding with our horses and dogs.



Linda Szymoniak said...

Well, I would have it at home with me, but would take it with me on outings. I am a rescue transport driver, so I often have other dogs and cats in my mini-van for periods of time. I also drive my own dogs places with me, so when I have furbabies in my van, I would keep it with me there. It looks like it would be portable enough to be able to put into a backpack with treats, water bottle, and bowl for my dogs when I take them hiking at the Indiana Dunes or other hiking places.



Abby C said...

I would keep it in the car. I have really been needing one!



Christine Aiello said...

I would definitely keep the first aid kit in the car and also make sure it is always packed for vacations!



Marti Tabora said...

I would probably keep it in the car because the car is usually with us anyplace we go. Even if we were at home,I would have access to it.



Kim Mangrum said...

I would use it at the house, car and park. I recently was in need of one for my little girl who is into everything right now. I would so love this.



Sarah L. said...

great for hiking and travel!



Brynn said...

I would definitely use it for hiking and camping and just to keep on hand in general for peace of mind and prepardness :)



aled ol said...

We would keep it by the front door, to have inside, and to grab it for on the go



erica driver said...

id use it in the car for when i travel



Wendi said...

Definitely use in the car and camping!



Lisa F. said...

I would use it at home, but also take it in the car for when we go to the dog park, etc.



lennyg said...

When summer returns, at the beach!



Theresa Spaid said...

We take walks in the hills so would take with us.



Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

@Lennyg Very cool idea about using the kit at the beach. There are lots of safety hazards that occur there. I'll tuck that in the back of my mind to share some tips in the early Summer. Thanks!



Bryn Nowell said...

Bean joins us on road trips, so we'd leave the first aid kit in our vehicle while traveling with her!



Dogmama said...

We go on long road trips, with stops at the beach or new cities as possible, so this would supplement our current human first aid kit perfectly!



Catie said...

We will take this canoeing with us!



Carmen Hernandez said...

I've been meaning to buy a first aid kit for a long time. We would use it mostly for hiking.



Una Autora Escondida said...

I'd use everytime we go on rides and walks.



Anne N. said...

I will use it on the car for when we go to the park and beach.



Crystal Rose said...

I would use this for camping.



emeraldmaz said...

If I win, this would be included in their travel bag. They have a bag that goes wherever we do with food, water, bowls, toys and treats..



JoAnn Stancer said...

Stopping over from the freebie blog hop over at talking dogs, I do a lot of hunting with my dogs so this kit would be perfect for my vest I wear.



PUKEFAIRY said...

If I Win, We Will Use The Kit In The Car When Traveling and would be great to use at home too..



Emily Reviews said...

I'dk eep it in the car so it was always with us.

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Angela Cash said...

Camping is one of our favorite activities and we always take our dogs with us. We have been lucky to have never had to deal with any injuries but I would definitely feel safer with a first aid kit.



Shelley P said...

I would keep it in the car or in our dog travel bag. It would be on hand for trips and events we take the dogs to.



samdaleo said...

I would keep it in our emergency pantry but would probably take it with us next time we go camping.

Samantha (samdaleo)
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tina reynolds said...

I would take with us hiking and geocaching



Darlene Carbajal said...

I would use it at the park. :)

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