Saturday, November 1, 2014

Sharing on Saturday

One of things peep don't often think about is what happens if there is fire or some other disaster that affects our homes. Although the focus is often on helping the people - a simple sign on the door to let first responders know there are pets inside can also be a big step to making sure we are safe too. There are many signs you can purchase but they tend to be quite expensive so we have made our own that you can print out (it is 8.5" x 11"). You can then have it laminated (any office shop can do that) or a cheaper alternative is just to pop it in one of those plastic protector pockets. Place it next to your main doors - front and back so they can be seen easily by first responders.

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  1. Great idea and so worth using. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. we have a sign on all doors and our firefighters registrated all pets of our village. It's important that the firefighters know there is a pet in the house. I hope for a lot "copy&paste".

  3. I like the idea of putting the vet info on it.

  4. These are great! We have a small sticker on the window by our door but we like that these also would let them know who our vet is!
    Mr Bailey & Hazel

  5. How VERY MUCH THOUGHTFUL of you to put these up.... We have thingys like that already... butt they don't have a place to list our DOGTOR... we think mom is gonna try and write it on there...


  6. Those are good notifications!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  7. This is a wonderful idea, Reilly and Denny! Thank you!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

  8. We have one of those stickers that states how many dogs we have in our house....there is space for cats, but we don't use it.

  9. I likes that!! Great idea guys! I told Ma to print it out!
    Ruby ♥

  10. That's a great sharing and so easy to do. Thank you.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  11. We've always had those tucked into our windows. Another important thing to remember is never hide your crated dogs in corners or basements. They can be overlooked if a firefighter is going through your smoke filled house. We have to crate Harlow while we are gone, and her crate is in full view of the front door.

    Monty and Harlow

  12. What a wonderful thing to share!! Thanks so much guys!!!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  13. Thanks for this! I wouldn't want to be left behind! Hope you guys are well!


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