Though some people think, “We know how to maintain out stove and chimney. We are safe”; Accidents do happen. There is a reason we place fire alarms in our home, right? It is for that reason pet owners should have pet rescue stickers. To ensure that your pets are going to be safe, maintaining a pet rescue sticker is easy. Once you receive the pet rescue sticker, place it on your door or window of your home. Not only will the sticker alert the emergency personnel of a pet being in the home, neighbors will be aware of the fact that you indeed have a pet as well. Pets cannot leave themselves out out of a locked door or closed window which is why these pet rescue stickers are vital. The fire departments take the pet rescue stickers seriously-just as if it was a decal for a child. Pets are kids too, right? The pet rescue stickers come in a variety of designs – for dogs, birds, cats, or a combination of pets.
Pet rescue stickers and decals can be found all over the web. You can choose from a variety of shapes, styles, and sizes. Petrescuestickers.com offers a variety pet rescue stickers and decals. You can choose stickers that indicate there is “a pet inside”, “in case of emergency”, and also stickers naming the breed of the dog. Petrescuestickers.com offers stickers that are custom made for the number of pets you have and will shine when any form of light hits them. he price of the stickers range from $5.45 to around $11.00. You pay more for a bag of raw-hides, this is money well spent. Not only does this protect your pet, you will have a sense of security if a unforeseeable situation occurs.
Here at Puppytoob.com we love our dog community and their owners. We want you and your family to be safe during the winter months! Always remember to take precautions when using special heating devices to warm your home–especially kerosene heaters. How often to hear terrible news of a house fire that started with a space heater or kerosene? Always be sure to test your smoke/fire alarms. Here are some tips on testing your smoke/fire alarm and info on when their batteries should be changed. Also, click here for safety tips on heating your home.
Enjoy the winter months with your pup, and be safe throughout the season!