December, 2011 Issue

PLAN AHEAD. Experts recommend that you affix rescue alert stickers to your windows to notify rescuers that pets live inside your home.

Fire Safety Tips to Heed

As always, it’s best to have a disaster plan in place beforehand to protect your beloved pets. Here’s how.

It’s human nature to postpone preparing for a disaster, but it’s vitally important that you take time now to put a plan in place before a fire occurs. Start by installing smoke detectors throughout your home and make sure the batteries are functioning properly. Change the batteries twice a year or more frequently if the smoke detector “beeps” to warn you that battery power is low. Many people put in new batteries when they change their clocks for daylight savings time.

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