Pet Parent Emergency Preparedness + FREE Pet Rescue Alert Window Sticker

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As pet parents, it’s our job to know what to do in an emergency. Are you prepared? This month ASPCA is helping us to get prepared, with tips and information for disaster preparedness month.

None of us likes to think about bad things happening, but it’s important to take the time now to make certain that you and your furry family members have everything you need in case of a life-threatening emergency. One of the best ways to do this is to create a disaster prep safety kit with all of the necessary supplies should any type of disaster affect your community.

To help you create your home’s emergency kit and keep your pets safe, the ASPCA has provided an excellent checklist of items.

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In addition to creating a pet emergency first aid kit, you can also TAKE THE DISASTER PLEDGE and receive a free window sticker that alerts rescue personnel that you have a pet at home.

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Want to learn even more about preparing your home, family and pets for an emergency or natural disaster? Visit ready.gov/animals for tips on Pet and Emergency Planning.

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Snag FREE 3M Petcare Bandages

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Hurry on over to the 3M website and claim this pet freebie offer while supplies last! Just watch the video, fill out the form, and get a free sample of 3M Petcare bandages made with fur friendly adhesive for easy application! A great item to add to your pet first aid kit in case of minor cuts, scrapes or skin irritations.

People Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets + Free Pet Safety Kit

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Yesterday was Valentine’s Day and there were lots of reminders about keeping the chocolates away from the fur kids, but do you know what other foods you should avoid feeding your pets? The ASPCA website has tons of free pet safety resources, tips and articles to keep your pets  healthy including this List of People Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets.

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There’s also 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!

Water Proof Custom-Fit Paw Bandages by PawFlex 33% OFF + Free Shipping

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Here’s a great chance to stock up on some handy custom-fit and water resistant paw bandages to add to your pet first aid and safety kit. The MediMitt PawFlex bandages are disposable and non-adhesive, and designed for both cats and dogs. You also receive a waterproof outdoor cover for the bandage when you order.

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They’re on sale right now for $13.99 ($20.90 reg) with Free Shipping included. Visit Coupaw.com for sizing info, more info and to order. While you’re there, be sure to signup for the free pet deals email so you don’t miss out on more great deals for dogs, cats and critters!