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How To Keep My Pets Safe During a Fire Emergency

5/25/2021 (Permalink)

Image of two dogs dressed as fireman Keep your pets safe during a fire emergency.

During a fire emergency, keeping your family safe is important. That family includes your pets. There are a few simple ways that you can do this before, during and after a fire.

Simple Ways To Keep Your Pets Safe

Pet Fire Prevention

Furry friends cause almost 1,000 fires per year. You can help prevent this from happening by:

  • Using flameless candles
  • Keeping stove knobs out of reach
  • Securing young or unruly pets when not supervised
  • Douse open flames

These precautions help keep your family safe from accidental fires.

Pets Before a Fire

A bit of pet preparation is also helpful. Although fires come without warning, you can make sure that you are prepared. Make sure you put "pet inside" stickers up to alert workers to the presence of your pet. You should always keep a leash by your door in case a fireman or other rescue worker needs to get your pet out. These two simple acts can save your pet's life.

Pets During a Fire

You probably already know what to do during a fire emergency. You may have even practiced fire drills. It is important to include your pets when practicing. This way, you will know what each family member needs to do when there is a fire.
Pack a "go bag" before a fire. This is a bag that contains all of the first aid, pet and other supplies you need as well as the numbers for your insurance company and a fire cleanup company in Bountiful, UT.

Pets After a Fire

Pet safety is as important after a fire as during one. Make sure that you are staying in a pet-friendly place while you wait for the fire department and cleanup company to clear your house. Since you are staying away from home, make sure your pet's vaccinations and tags are up-to-date as well.

You should know how to keep everyone safe in the event of a fire emergency. These tips can help you do this.

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