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Posted: Thursday Jan 21, 2021


Pet Disaster Preparedness & Recovery | American Red Cross

Posted: (5 months ago) Food, drinking water, bowls, cat litter/pan and a manual can opener if you pet eats canned food. Medications and copies of medical records stored in a waterproof container. A first aid kit. Current photos of you with your pet(s) in case they get lost. Since many pets look alike, this will help to eliminate mistaken identity and confusion.

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Cat & Dog First Aid | Red Cross

Posted: (3 days ago) Pet First Aid App. Download our award-winning Pet First Aid app to be completely prepared to keep your furry friends safe and healthy! The American Red Cross Pet First Aid app is the perfect on-the-go reference guide for pet owners to have on their smartphones.


How to Perform Pet CPR | Red Cross

Posted: (3 days ago) Place your hands on your pet as follows: For cats, small dogs and deep chested dogs, place the heel of one of your hands directly over the pet’s heart and place your other hand directly over the first hand. For deep chested dogs, place the heel of one hand over the widest part of the chest and place your other hand directly over the first hand.


Pet Fire Safety | American Red Cross

Posted: (6 months ago) Ensure your pet is not left unattended around an open flame and make sure to thoroughly extinguish any open flame before leaving your home. Remove Stove Knobs - Be sure to remove stove knobs or protect them with covers before leaving the house - a stove or cook top is the number one piece of equipment involved in your pet starting a fire.

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Top Tips For Pet Winter Safety | American Red Cross

Posted: (2 days ago) The following tips on winter pet safety are provided by The Humane Society of the United States:. If pets cannot come indoors, make sure they are protected by a dry, draft-free enclosure large enough to allow them to sit and lie down, but small enough to hold in the pet’s body heat.


Pet Heat Safety - Can Pets Get Heat Stroke? | American Red ...

Posted: (5 months ago) Make sure your pet is always wearing a collar and identification tag. If you are separated from your pet, an ID tag may very well be his or her ticket home. Check with your veterinarian to see if your pets should be taking heartworm prevention medication. Heartworm disease, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, can be fatal in both dogs and cats.