#1 – Pet alert emergency stickers for first responders.
Imagine with me for a moment this horrifying, but very possible scenario: Your house erupts in flames while you are not home. The fire department responds, but after a quick sweep of the home, they find no people inside. Little did they know that your dog(s) or cat(s) were terrified and hiding out of view!
Make sure emergency personnel know how many pets are in your home with this simple window or door sticker. This bundle pack on Amazon.com includes 4 of them, plus the items below.
#2 – Make sure your family and all your house guest know which foods are toxic to dogs.
We all love to share everything with our dogs, including food. But, there are some foods that are surprisingly toxic for your dog! This informative magnetic guide tells you common household foods that are unhealthy for your dog. Keep it posted on your refrigerator to remind yourself of what Fido can’t have, and save him/her from a potentially dangerous situation. Your furry friend will thank you!
#3 – Make sure first responders know you have a pet that is home alone
Have you ever considered what would happen if you became injured away from your home? How would rescue workers or hospital staff know that you have pets alone at home? How would they notify a friend or family member to come care for your pets? Even if they did notify family, have you designated a specific person to come care for your pets if you become incapacitated?
Please consider carrying one of these cards. The peace of mind in knowing that your pets will be taken care of is priceless!