Written by Lauren Pugliese, DVM Most of you reading this article plan ahead in case of emergency or disaster. This involves preparing for a short or somewhat longer term collapse of access to normal health care systems, resources, and access to day to day life necessities or potentially needing evacuation from your home. The […]
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Last weekend I had the honor of assisting Dr. Lauren Pugliese as she presented her classon pet first aid at the Rangemaster Tactical Conference. Dr. Lauren is a former human EMT and is currently practicing as a board-certified veterinary surgeon at a large Midwest specialty hospital. We plan on utilizing her excellent instructional skills […]
Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend. Five Reasons Firearms Training Fails I think reason number four is a problem of epic proportions in both the civilian and police shooting instructor world. There are some extremely poor shooting instructors out there. […]
This is a guest article from Dr. Lauren Pugliese, a DVM and board-certified veterinary surgeon. Readers contacted Lauren after her previous articles and requested a similar article about treating injuries in cats. I cover lots of trauma medical techniques (for people) on the blog. Here is some knowledge about our furry friends. If you are […]
After the outstanding responses to Dr. Lauren Pugliese’s previous article on emergency trauma management for dogs, she had numerous readers contact her for followup information. One of the most common questions she was asked was how to apply a longer term bandage once bleeding has been controlled. She wrote an excellent followup post to address […]
This is a guest article from Dr. Lauren Pugliese. Lauren is a DVM and board-certified small animal veterinary surgeon. After her wildly successful pet first aid classes at the Lone Star Medics Field and Tactical Medicine Training Conference, Lauren has been contacted by several students asking for followup information. Lauren wrote this article (and one […]