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Critter talk: How to perform the Heimlich on your choking dog
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Heimlich maneuver and CPR for dogs
How to Give First Aid to Your Dog: Choking dog: Animal Planet
What to do if your dog is choking This site has vital info. on the Heimlich AND Canine CPR..very very important Information for me and my family as much as we love our fur babies.
In emergencies, many shelters do not allow Pets! Here's a story where residents of New Jersey are creating Pet emergency shelters.
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Natural Flea Control for Cats – Surprises and Solutions | Natural Cat Care Blog
Cute Cat Enjoying His Life Outdoors
Aromatherapy for Cats - Essential Oils that are bad for cats even in diffusers
Pet Prep in the News Again / BePrepared
Hurricane Katrina-2005 I don't forget that night.
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Hurricane Katrina-2005 #neworleans #nola
Man's Best Friend or Dog's Best Friend? This man would not leave his roof unless they let him take his dog with him. He chose to remain on the roof until other help arrived that took the pooch and man to safety. Whoever you are sir, I want to marry you!
Protecting your pets in a disaster.
August 23, 2005 was the formation of Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane had hit Bahamas, Cuba, and South Florida. The most affected areas were Louisiana, leaving thousands of people dead (approx. 1836) and homeless. It had became known as one of the five deadliest storms in US history.
U.S.A. Hurricane Katrina, 2005
Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans
Protecting Your Pets In An Emergency
How to make your own first aid kit for dogs- recommended contents for your dog emergency kit
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First aid for dogs
Vet wrap doesn't stick to your dog's fur
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How to make your own first aid kit for dogs- recommended contents for your dog emergency kit really great page on dog first aid kit x
Pet Disaster Prep for Three Different Types of Scenarios
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Dog-Friendly Travel for the Holidays : Road Trip Checklist - Traveling Dog
Love big dogs but not easy to transport
Amazon.com: Pet Trex Premium Quality Pet Vehicle Barrier Cage Dog for Automobile SUV or Minivan: Pet Supplies
Pet Trex 2164 Deluxe Vehicle Pet Barrier - Pet Supply Showroom
How Pet Prep for Three Kinds of Disasters is Different | EMBRACE
Diy Pet First Aid Kit. Also include buffered aspirin for dogs and jars of squash baby food -- will take care of diarrhea or constipation in dogs and cats
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DIY pet first aid kit. also include buffered aspirin for dogs and jars of squash baby food -- will take care of diarrhea or constipation in dogs and cats
Pet Emergency Kit. #Pets #firstaid #kits #medical #prep
DIY Pet First Aid Kit good idea to bring with when traveling/camping.
Pet First Aid Kit | The first few months with a new puppy are the hardest (and scariest). Help out a new pet-parent with a basket of necessities for the inevitable puppy-mishaps. As a bonus, include phone numbers of local veterinarians and animal control.
Dog first aid kit
DIY Pet First Aid Kit - Irresistible Pets
Is your Pet Safe? Learn about a unique organization that gives emergency relief to pets during natural disasters.
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Is your Pet Safe? / BePrepared
Pooch Preparedness: The Dog Emergency Survival Kit - Food Storage and Survival
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Ella is my sister's new puppy. It was very difficult to get her to stand still for a portrait, she is so energetic. She is very affectionate, and always wants people to cuddle her or play with her, even perfect strangers. She is disappointed and make Nice picture.I love all animals!Have a look at this website about pet lovers like us: http://WeLovePets.fastprofitpages.com/?id=win44
Survival Kit Series: Prepare For Your Pet
Pet 72 hour kit what to keep for animals
Emergency kit for the kitties
"Kennel Cough". - a short video on what it sounds like and what to do about it. Exposure to cold weather is a cause.
How to Convince Your Parents to Let You Get a Small Dog -- via wikiHow.com
Cutest dog breeds
Pooch Preparedness: The Dog Emergency Survival Kit
how to save a choking #cat : Step 1: Approach the cat carefully. If your cat is nervous or anxious, restrain the cat if necessary. Step 2: Clear the cat's airway. Step 2a: Place one hand over the cat's head so that your thumb and index finger fall just behind the long canines (fang teeth), the head resting against your palm. If the cat is struggling too much, proceed to Step 2e.
How to save a choking cat
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How to save a choking cat and other pet first aid, good to know (do what the picture shows!)
how to save a choking cat 1 jpg How To Save A Choking Cat (Kitty CPR)
How to Save a Choking Cat: Tips and Guidelines: Animal Planet
HowStuffWorks "How to Save a Choking Cat: Tips and Guidelines"
How to give your puppy CPR
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How to give your puppy CPR - Safety first at the Ranch!
How To Give Your Puppy CPR, need to make a first aid kit for puppy
How to give a dog CPR Every dog owner should know this.
Dog CPR, every parent of a fur baby should know this.
Pet CPR - every dog owner should know how to do this!
Emergency tips for what to do if you pet gets sick. Some good tips, but if all else fails head to the Vet!
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Top ten most common emergency situations with advice on how you can keep your pet comfortable whilst you call your vet + actions you can take to assist your vet with the diagnosis. #cats #dogs
Emergency pet tips
Emergency Vet Advice for Cats & Dogs
Handy infographic that illustrates the top 10 most common pet emergency situations with advice about keeping your pet comfortable while you contact your vet. Also, actions you can take to assist your vet with a diagnosis.
Great Pet Emergency Information for my fur babies
pets top ten most common emergency situations- very good advice
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How to Make a Pet Disaster Kit from the Pet Health Network
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National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day
Five emergency pet prep questions you need to answer before disaster strikes!
Deadly Tornadoes - Help Animals Now
Animal Rescue - Pet Shop - Freekibble WonderFunder: Dog Hair Mug
How To Make A Pet Disaster Kit
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Preventing Heatstroke in Dogs - What are the signs of heatstroke? Find out from Drs. Foster & Smith by heading over to reading the article at: http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?aid=1375
Signs of heatstroke, how to avoid it, and what to do if your pet is showing signs of it.
Preventing Heatstroke in Dogs - What are the signs of heatstroke? Find out from Drs. Foster Smith by heading over to read the article at: http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?aid=1375
preventing and recognizing heat stroke in dogs
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Removing Pet Stains and Odors Accidents happen; here's how to clean up The Humane Society of the United States You know how it goes: The minute you turn your back, your pet decides that your new carpet's the perfect place to relieve himself. You clean and clean, but you can't get rid of that smell. What can you do? Where'd it happen? You need to find which areas are soiled, and then re-train your pet to avoid eliminating in those areas. And to do that, you'll have to clean those areas, and clean them well. Here are the steps you'll need to take: Use your nose and eyes to find soiled areas. You might want to use a black light, which you can purchase at a home supply store. A black light will usually show even old urine stains. Turn out all of the lights in the room; use the black light to identify soiled areas, and lightly outline the areas with chalk. Clean the soiled areas to remove the odors. Visit your veterinarian to rule out medical causes for the behavior. Cleaning up Make the "accident zone" unattractive and/or unavailable to your pet and the appropriate "bathroom" area attractive as a way to retrain your pet. Then use positive reinforcement techniques to show him the appropriate place to eliminate. To do this successfully, follow our recommendations for retraining your pet. To be successful, you need to follow all of these steps. If you fail to completely clean the area, your re-training efforts will be useless. As long as your pet can smell his personal scent, he'll continue to return to the "accident zone." Even if you can't smell traces of urine, your pet can. Your most important chore is to follow these steps to remove (neutralize) that odor: To clean washable items Machine wash as usual, adding a one-pound box of baking soda to your regular detergent. It's best to air dry these items if possible. If you can still see the stain or smell the urine, machine wash the item again, and add an enzymatic cleaner (available at pet supply stores) that breaks down pet-waste odors. Be sure to follow the directions carefully. If your pet urinates or defecates on the sheets or blankets on a bed, then cover the bed with a vinyl, flannel-backed tablecloth when you begin the re-training period. It's machine washable, inexpensive and unattractive to your pet. To clean carpeted areas and upholstery For "new" stains (those that are still wet): Soak up as much of the urine as possible with a combination of newspaper and paper towels. The more fresh urine you can remove before it dries, especially from carpet, the easier it will be to remove the odor. Place a thick layer of paper towels on the wet spot, and cover that with a thick layer of newspaper. If possible, put newspaper under the soiled area as well. Stand on this padding for about a minute. Remove the padding, and repeat the process until the area is barely damp. If possible, put the fresh, urine-soaked paper towel in the area where it belongs—your cat's litter box or your dog's designated outdoor "bathroom area." This will help remind your pet that eliminating isn't a "bad" behavior as long as it's done in the right place. Rinse the "accident zone" thoroughly with clean, cool water. After rinsing, remove as much of the water as possible by blotting or by using a wet vac. For stains that have already set: Consider renting an extractor or wet vac to remove all traces of heavy stains in carpeting (get one from a local hardware store). This machine works much like a vacuum cleaner and is efficient and economical. Extracting/wet vac machines do the best job of forcing clean water through your carpet and then forcing the dirty water back out. When you use these machines or cleaners, carefully follow the instructions. Don't use any chemicals with these machines; they work much better with plain water. Use a high-quality pet odor neutralizer once the area is really clean (available at pet supply stores). Be sure to read and follow the cleaner's directions for use, including testing the cleaner on a small, hidden portion of fabric first to be sure it doesn't stain. Try any good carpet stain remover if the area still looks stained after it's completely dry from extracting and neutralizing. Avoid using steam cleaners to clean urine odors from carpet or upholstery. The heat will permanently set the stain and the odor by bonding the protein into any man-made fibers. Avoid using cleaning chemicals, especially those with strong odors such as ammonia or vinegar. From your pet's perspective, these don't effectively eliminate or cover the urine odor and may actually encourage your pet to reinforce the urine scent mark in that area. Neutralizing cleaners won't work until you've rinsed every trace of the old cleaner from the carpet if you've previously used cleaners or chemicals of any kind on the area. Even if you haven't used chemicals recently, any trace of a non-protein-based substance will weaken the effect of the enzymatic cleaner. The cleaner will use up its "energy" on the old cleaners, instead of on the protein stains you want removed. Your job will be more difficult if urine has soaked down into the padding underneath your carpet. In some cases, you may need to take the drastic step of removing and replacing that portion of the carpet and padding. To clean floors and walls If the wood on your furniture, walls, baseboard or floor is discolored, the varnish or paint has reacted to the acid in the urine. You may need to remove and replace the layer of varnish or paint. If you do so, make sure the new product is safe for pets. Employees at your local hardware or home improvement store can help you identify and match your needs with appropriate removers and replacements. Washable enamel paints and some washable wallpapers may respond favorably to enzymatic cleaners. Read the instructions before you use these products. You should also test them in an invisible area. Re-train your pet Finally, along with cleaning, teach your pet where you want him to eliminate. To do this, make the "accident zone" unattractive and the appropriate "bathroom" area attractive. For help, check these links: Preventing litter box problems Solving litter box problems Housetraining puppies Housetraining adult or senior dogs The re-training period may take a week or more. Remember, it took time to build the bad habit, and it will take time to replace that habit with a new, more acceptable behavior. Treat your pet with patience and encourage him!
Your Pet's First Aid Kit : The Humane Society of the United States
Dog And Cat flea and tick tips
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Doggie Bug out Bag. Pets need the same things we do: food, shelter, water. Make sure Fido's prepared. Can't let the zombies get my babies!
Doggie Bug out Bag. Pets need the same things we do: food, shelter, water. A well trained dog is your guardian, hunter, and heat source when SHTF. Keep him alive and in good health.
Doggie-Out-Bag... if you have a pet / pets, don't forget to assemble a survival kit of their own. This is often overlooked by people, unfortunately. #Doggie #Bug #Out #Bag #Pet #Survival #Emergency #Preparedness
Doggie Bug Out Bag | Survival Prepping & Bug Out Bag Checklists at survivallife.com
Doggie Bug out Bag. Pets need the same things we do: food, shelter, water. Make sure Fido's prepared. OR JUST CAMPING IDEAS
Dog Bug Out Bag - Infographic - Preparing for shtf
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Brown and white dog on grass
What happens when elders can no care for their pets? When a senior's health declines to the point that they can no longer care for their pet, and the caregiver is unable to adopt the animal, there are many options for finding a new home for the animal.
Pet Travel Websites Make RVing with Pets Fun and Easy - For more great ideas on #camping or #RVing check out http://hartranchresort.com.
Summer Pet Safety: Tips to Keep Your Furry Friends Safe During the Summer Heat
Jack Russell Terrier on Grass
Our Best Friends: Preparing our Pets for an Emergency
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Dogs Trained to Sniff Out Kids’ Allergies
How to Instill a Sense of Stewardship in Children (the best cleaning tips included!)
Wimbledon puppy training classes
Safety tips for introducing children and pets...
Great for your pet's emergency kit - Solvit Homeaway Travel Organizer Kit for Pets
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Solvit Homeaway Travel Organizer Kit for Pets Internet Price: $59.99 Shop All Products By Solvit Perfect for the traveling pet Able to hold food, water and other bulky items Includes water bottle Bowl is good for food and water Great for an emergency kit
Amazon.com: Solvit HomeAway Pet Travel Organizer Kit: Pet Supplies
Solvit Homeaway Travel Organizer Kit for Pets - as a military dog, cane would need his own traveling bag :)
Solvit Homeaway Travel Organizer Kit for Pets
Pet Alert Fire Rescue Decals
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Pet Safety Alert Rescue Rover Pet Alert Fire Rescue Decals
Protect Your Pets!!! A Great Idea!!
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Pet Safety Alert Rescue Rover Pet Alert Fire Rescue Decals
Caring for Animals | Ready.gov | If you are like millions of animal owners nationwide, your pet is an important member of your household. Unfortunately, animals are also affected by disaster. The likelihood that you and your animals will survive an emergency such as a fire or flood, tornado or terrorist attack depends largely on emergency ...
Caring for Animals in a Disaster. - Ready.gov
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Pet Emergency Plan : If you evacuate your home, DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND! House pets likely cannot survive on their own and if by some remote chance they do, you may not be able to find them when you return.
Do you have natural disaster plan for your pet? via ready.gov
Caring for Animals - Disaster preparedness and recovery information for pet owners
Here are some good words from Dr. Wesley Bissett, director of the Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team about pet preparation for natural disasters. #TEEX #TAMU #Pets #Planning #TAMUVET
Do you have a emergency preparedness kit for your furry loved ones?
"Some of the things you can do to prepare for the unexpected, such as assembling an animal emergency supply kit and developing a pet care buddy system, are the same for any emergency. Whether you decide to stay put in an emergency or evacuate to a safer location, you will need to make plans in advance for your pets. Keep in mind that what's best for you is typically what's best for your animals."
Ready.gov's preparedness plan for pets.
Preparing the Family Pet for an Emergency - Emergency Essentials
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Preparing the Family Pet for an Emergency
Datrex Water Pouches - 4 ounce Pouch. "Nearly a perfect single sized serving for a thirsty Chihuahua," according to one customer.