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Pet Emergency: What To Know Before It Happens.

I think we’re all in agreement that the right time to learn how to handle a pet emergency is not the moment your dog is seizing or the cat has tumbled from a tree. The time is NOW! So let’s get learning.

PREP YOUR HOUSE.

Housefires, break-ins, and other unfortunate instances that could bring emergency response teams to your door call for Protect My Pet Window Clings.

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Many animals hide when they’re scared, making the chances of them being discovered without these clings posted substantially lower . Don’t let your dog, cat, bird, or other cherished pet be left behind.


You probably own a first aid kit for yourself and your family. How about one for your pets? It’s just as important and couldn’t be easier with the Pocket First Aid Kit.

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Small but packed with the supplies you’ll need as well as a handy pet first aid manual, this kit is ideal to have on hand in your home, RV, and vehicle. Never get caught unprepared again!


Medical emergencies are stressful enough without having to fumble about for your veterinarian’s number, the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center’s 24-hour hotline at (888) 426-4435, or that of the emergency vet. Thankfully, there’s the Adopted & Adored Cat Magnet Notepad.

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 Write these vital numbers down ahead of  time, then simply slap it on the fridge and forget about it—until there’s an emergency, of course.

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Lydia Lee lives in Seattle with two sweet, if slightly out of control, dogs. She loves reading, food, and the opportunity to make a difference.