Pet Safety Pack: Free Pet Emergency Decal and Magnet

pet safety pack

Are you worried that an accident might occur while you’re outside and your pets are left defenseless? Ease your mind with this pet safety pack, then! Claiming this grants you a free pet emergency decal and a magnet with Animal Poison Control Center’s number in it.

CLICK HERE to get your Free Pet Safety Pack

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How to Get Your Free Pet Safety Pack

To get a free pet safety pack, click on the link above. Then, fill in the form with your name, email and shipping address, and the number of pets you own. After that, click on Order Now and simply wait for your free pet emergency decal and magnet to arrive

Pet Emergency Warnings

Emergencies can happen when you’re not at home, so it’s best to be prepared. This way, if you’re not there to rescue your pets, someone will see the decal and save your pets.

However, what if you’re at home when a pet emergency occurs? How would you even know what events are pet emergencies?

pet emergency decal

Here’s a list of common pet safety concerns that should be seen as emergencies:

  • Difficulty Breathing or Choking – Something bad will always be up if your pet experiences this. The best thing to do when this happens is to rush to the vet, but you may also administer CPR if needed. However, make sure to still take your pet to the vet as soon as you can.
  • Severe Bleeding or Any Kind of Bleeding – While sometimes your pet may get scratched and bruised from fights, it’s important to be aware of a possible pet emergency if your pet’s wound doesn’t stop bleeding within five minutes.
  • Inability to Pee or Poop – If your pet has been having trouble to do either one of those lately, there might be a life-threatening issue behind it. So, it’s always a good idea to get your pet checked when you notice this.
  • Vomiting, Seizures, Diarrhea, or Unconsciousness – This should be pretty self-explanatory. If your pet does any of these, a pet emergency is at hand.
  • Broken Bones – While it may be tempting to simply allow your let’s broken bones to heal by itself it’s a better idea to let a vet help assist your pet into healing its bones. This way, you’re sparing your let from unnecessary pains in the future.
  • Poison Ingestion – Of course, this is where the magnet with Animal Poison Control Center’s number comes in. If you suspect your pet has ingested poison, treat it as a pet emergency and call APCC’s hotline right away.

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