The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Today is National Pet Fire Safety Day The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Today is National Pet Fire Safety Day

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Today is National Pet Fire Safety Day


In honor of National Pet Fire Safety Day, Center for Pet Safety has put together the following list of practical tips and free downloads to help families prevent pets from causing fires. Being prepared for any emergency is mission critical and will help you save the life of your family and your pets. Please take a moment and learn how Center for Pet Safety helps you be prepared.

Window Clings and Identification – Installing a window cling on the front window of your home is a simple way to help to notify First Responders that your pets are inside. However, that’s not everything you’re going to need in an emergency. You should also keep ample identification aids (including images of you with your pet and microchip id), medical records, and county registration records in an easy to access off-site location – like a neighbor’s house. Also the contact information of veterinary, and the nearest emergency veterinarian is something to keep with your records. While you’re at it, think about keeping a copy in your vehicle glove box too – because accidents happen.

Center for Pet Safety’s PAWS UP for Safety® program has a link to download a free vet record book. http://www.centerforpetsafety.org/pet-parents/paws-up-for-safety/vet-record-booklet/

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