This product was inspired by talking with firemen and police about entering a house to save pets.
They have seconds to get into the house and the picture of your dog & their name lets them know quickly if they are looking for a big or small dog and helps them call out for them
If we save one pet's life, we will consider this a great year.
Fill it out the form with vital info
Upload your dog's picture-Resize it to 350X300 pixels
Download & print the pdf (save the file, you can use it as many times as needed)
If you have any issues printing these notes, simply email
firstname.lastname@example.org with the information, and we will create it and send it to you.
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Testomonial: This is a fantastic idea. I was trying to figure out how to take a generic sign and turn it into something like this by scanning and changing the info and then I found your site. The house 2 doors down burned down a few weeks ago and they almost lost their parakeet because no one knew they had one so the dog was removed. At the last minute someone saw the parakeet and grabbed the cage. Safety At Home
We recommend printing out these notes and posting by front door or windows, we recommend pasting clear tape over them to make them weatherproof.
Safety At For Travel
We recommend you print out several copies and take them with you on vacations,rental homes, second homes, RV trips, etc.
Safety At For Pet-Sitters
Always keep a stack at home (just in case) and to help your pet sitter.
Helping Dog Charities
Whenever possible we reach out to help dog charities. This year we have sent dog collars to Japan for the search and rescue efforts and helped the rescue effort in Joplin, Missouri. Additionally, we have helped local charities as well as other organizations throughout the US.
Our most successful charity event was the spotlit offer for hurricane sandy victims. We sent over 3000 dollars worth of lighted dog collars, hanresses, leashes and safety products to help the dogs.