Free ASPCA Pet Safety Pack for Poison Awareness Month

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Free Pet Safety Pack

The ASPCA website is an amazing resource for pet parents, animal lovers and kids, too! They’ve got free kids printables and games, lists of people food to avoid feeding your pets, and loads more tips, tools and info.

It’s Poison Awareness Month, so it’s the perfect chance to snag this Free Pet Safety Pack from the ASPCA, too!

In the event of an emergency like a fire or disaster, the pet rescue window decal alerts rescue personnel that pets are inside your home. And the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center magnet is a great way to keep the toll-free emergency number and website address handy in case your pets get into something they shouldn’t!

ASPCA Sandy Response Continues: How You Can Help + Be Prepared!

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ASPCA Sandy Response

It’s been 2 weeks already since Hurricane Sandy devastated so many and I just wanted to give you a brief update and reminder of the important work the ASPCA does in emergency situations like this one. Many people are still in need of assistance. Some are leaving shelters and having to relocate along with their pets. The ASPCA is working to help keep families with pets together and provide transport and support. They’re also helping reunite lost pets with their families after the storm.

As winter sets in, the ASPCA is responding to displaced families in need of supplies and critical veterinary care, too. They’ve distributed thousands of pounds of pet food and cat litter to areas of extreme need and are speeding up the grant approval process so that they can assist shelters and other animal welfare groups affected by Sandy more quickly. For updates on the ASPCA’s response to Sandy and its repercussions, please keep an eye on the ASPCA blog and follow the ASPCA on Twitter.

You can also help support their vital work with a donation if you are able. If you would like to contribute to their disaster relief fund, you can make a gift here. Every cent will go to ASPCA disaster relief efforts.

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Also take this time to make sure you AND your pet are prepared in case a disaster or emergency should happen. The ASPCA has a comprehensive and invaluable Disaster Preparedness Checklist for Families with Pets and you can request a Free Emergency Pet Alert Sticker so responders know to look for pets at your home.

You can also get prepared and help support ASPCA at the same time by purchasing one of their Emergency Ready Pet Survival Kits to keep in your home or give as a gift.

pet emergency survival kit

They come packed with essential items you and your dog or cat will need in the event of an emergency or disaster AND 40% Off all sales go directly to the ASPCA to help fund their work. Find it at the ASPCA online store.

Emergency Pet First Aid Kit $25 w/ Free Shipping ($47 reg)!

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We’ve all seen how emergencies and natural disasters can impact both humans and pets. Don’t wait til there is an accident or emergency to think about Pet First Aid. Stock up now and SAVE BIG on this 63 piece Pet First Aid Kit and Emergency Guide Combo. It also makes a thoughtful holiday gift idea for any pet parents on your list!

The Deal Price is just $25 including FREE Shipping ($47 reg.) and it’s packaged in a sturdy, zippered 4 pocket organizer case with a durable clasp that attaches easily to belt or backpack for camping, hiking or travel.

We always hope for the best but should be prepared for the worst and this kit has been bundled into a handy take-along pack with the most comprehensive first aid guide around!

  • 63 Piece First Aid Kit Contains:
    • 2 – Paw Tip Bandages
    • 2 – Standard Bandages
    • 1 – Tape Roll
    • 1 – Trauma Pad (5 x9)
    • 4 -Gauze Pad 4″ x 4″
    • 4 -Gauze Pad 2″ x 2″
    • 1 -Gauze Roll 2″
    • 2 -Examination Gloves
    • 1 -Instant Cold Pack
    • 1 – Tweezers
    • 2- Antibiotic Ointment
    • 4 – Leg Splints Tongue Depressors
    • 1 -Elastic Bandages 2″ (“Ace” Type)
    • 2 – Splinter Removers (Lancets)
    • 3 -Sting Relief Pads
    • 1 – Fundamentals of First Aid Insert (1 page)
    • 10- Alcohol Pads
    • 10 – Antiseptic Towelettes
    • 10 – Cotton Tip Applicators
  • Pet First Aid Guide and Manual:
    • 48 page book covers all aspects of pet disaster survival including:
      • CPR
      • Gunshot wounds
      • Broken bones
      • Poisoning
      • Eye injury
      • Heat Stroke
      • Burns
      • Diarrhea
      • Seizures

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Free Pet Safety Pack from ASPCA + List of Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets

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free pet safety pack from ASPCA

Here’s a great freebie to help keep your pets safe! Get your free pet safety pack from the ASPCA. In the event of an emergency, the pet rescue window decal alerts rescue personnel that pets are inside your home. The safety pack also includes an ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center magnet—a great way to keep their toll-free emergency number and website address handy in case your pets get into something!

free pet safety sticker and magnet pack from ASPCA

You can also visit the ASPCA website for more free info, tips and resources to keep your pets safe and healthy including this List of Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets.

Emergency Relief Waggin’ Helping Save Puppy Mill Dogs + Ways You Can Help

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Emergency Relief Waggin

Daisy and I love bringing you stories about how you can help support efforts to help animals in need. We’ve blogged about how you can take the ASPCA Pledge to End Puppy Mills by promising never to shop for anything at a store that sells puppies. Well, you might have seen the shocking news about the recent puppy mill situation in Johnston, S.C.

The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society of Charlotte were called in by the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office to assist in the rescue of approximately 250 animals including more than 200 dogs of various breeds and ages living in deplorable conditions.

PetSmart Charities heard about what was going on and dispatched its Emergency Relief Waggin’ vehicle, stocked with $90,000 worth of crucial supplies, to the scene where animal rescue teams will operate an emergency shelter. The vehicles are stocked with crucial supplies, including pet food, wire crates, plastic carriers, bowls, fans, and more to aid the animal rescuers on scene.

relief waggin

This is where you can help support the PetSmart Charities’ Emergency Relief program by making a donation online to help more pets like these find the loving homes they deserve. Any amount will help, and no donation is too small.

If you aren’t able to donate money, you can still help by using the “Share the Love” buttons below to share the story with friends and family. Tweet, post to Facebook or Pin to Pinterest! Even just giving this post a “Like” or G+ will help make sure more people know about the need to help support this important work!