Pet Hazards & Safety Tips
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Dogs, cat, livestock, and wildlife suffocate in these bags every day, 72% being chip bags. The Bag Vacuum Seals around their face and they can't get it off it only takes 3-5 minutes for them to die and 39% people are home when this happens. More information: www.preventpetsuffocation.com
Dealing with Pets During Natural Disasters and Other Emergencies
It doesn't matter what part of the country you live in. We can all be affected by disasters - whether it's a natural disaster, wildfire, terrorist attack, or hazardous spill. Such emergencies may require a brief or permanent evacuation from your home. This guide will help you navigate through how to prepare for your pet in case disaster strikes. Look here for more: https://www.tripswithpets.com/disaster-preparedness-guide-for-pets
We never know when a disaster may strike. If you find you are in need of temporary lodging with your pet while on a trip, look here http://www.tripswithpets.com/search-hotels-by-route If you are closer to home (St. Cloud area), look here: https://www.tripswithpets.com/pet-friendly-hotels/united-states/minnesota/st-cloud
Here is a quick reference guide to the more common items and house and garden plants that are toxic to most animals and children.