MediK9 produce comprehensive first aid and trauma kits for dogs. The kits in our range are suitable for everyone from dog owners to working dog handlers. Using human grade medical equipment contained in easy to carry packs and pouches, you can bridge the crucial gap between an injury occurring and reaching veterinary care.


Our ‘High Risk’ kits are suitable for military working dogs and police dogs, allowing the handler to address minor and major canine emergencies at the point of injury.

Presented as standard in an individual first aid kit (IFAK) with a zippered drop-down compartment, you are able to attach to any MOLLE or web platform. The pouch also allows you to access your K9 kit with one hand, leaving your other hand free to restrain your dog.

We can also provide High Risk kits for your vehicle or for multiple canines. Please contact us for more information.

The ‘Medium Risk’ kits are perfect for search and rescue and security dogs or dog owners who tackle more challenging adventures with their pet. This kit is more comprehensive than our Low Risk kit and is available from our online shop.


Our ‘Low Risk’ kits are designed with all dog owners in mind. These kits are perfect to keep with you when exercising your dog. The kit allows you to provide first aid to your pet if you don’t have immediate veterinary access. Included is equipment for tick removal, plus the necessary kit to treat torn claws and small cuts and abrasions. These kits are also handy for owners of working gun dogs.


Alice qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2015. She has always been passionate about animals and now thoroughly enjoys working with them, striving to make a difference. Alice enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing and is especially interested in animal behavior.

With five dogs and a cat of her own, Alice understands what it feels like to have an unwell animal and does her utmost to help owners through what can be a very emotional and difficult time.

Alice set up MEDIK9 at the beginning of 2016 after realising that there was a gap in the market for quality canine medical kits aimed at dog owners and working dog handlers.