Only a fraction of the people out there are prepared for an emergency or disaster of some sort.
Do you have canned food, bottled water, candles, a generator?
Even fewer people think of stocking up on Pet Supplies in case of an emergency.
I don’t mean just a bag of dog food or some canned wet food either…
…I mean supplies for dog safety like first aid kits, a portable dog bowl, and a dog shelter or kennel to keep them safe, if something ever happened too.
Be sure your animals have tags on a collar or harness, so people will know where to return them to or call if they get lost. Know where your leash is at all times!
Have you seen those blinking dog safety lights for their collars, dog safety coats or even your own jacket? You can see them up to a half mile away, so it’s safer for your dog around traffic or when you’re out in the dark with them. Many are water proof as well!
We even have dog booties for all 5 of our family’s dogs, just in case they have to walk over tough terrain.
If you have a small terrier dog, then do you have a dog carrier handy?
Now, this holds true across the board when it comes to different pets and their pet supplies.
Do you have a dog first aid kit, or any first aid kit for that matter, in all your vehicles that you travel in with your animals?
It’s better to be safe than sorry when traveling with your dog. The thing is, a car accident is never expected – that’s why it’s an accident.
You never know, there may be a day where these sorts of pet supplies will save your beloved terrier’s life (or your own life).
I hope you enjoyed this Dog Safety Information on Terrier Lover! Until next time…
Love Your Terrier,
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