Pet Alert is dedicated to keeping pets safe 24/7
house fire & pets

Both items are supported by Firefighters, Veterinaries and Animal Shelters for pet safety training, pet emergency instructions and disaster preparedness involving all pets; dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, livestock.

Please remember, pets and domesticated animals depend on us.
We are their guardians; for food, shelter and their future.   Let's help them keep safe.
fireman & cat
Guide to pet safety
A window sticker is NOT enough to protect your pet and provide the information needed for their security and future. Learn how
our Pet Alert Emergency Information System (kit) follows firefighter's protocol and can make the difference when time is running out.
tornados & pets
car accidents & pets
hurricanes & pets
Please remember, whatever the future holds for us, you need to prepare for yourself and for your companion animals.

Your pet's life depends on you and the preparations that you have made to protect their safety
and their future in case of an accident, medical emergency or if a disaster strikes you! 

Thank you for being a concerned and responsible pet parent. 
Stay safe and be Pet Alert!

Camy Thumwood & her dog "Red"
Owner  of Pet Alert & the author of "Guide to Pet Safety"
PET ALERT
"Protecting pets like family "
fireman & dog
Copyright 2009 Pet Alert  All rights reserved
The Guide to Pet Safety is also supported by;

Pet Safe Coalition
Pet Sitters International
Humane Society of Greater Savannah
Dazzle Dog Radio
Safe Harbor Humane Society
Pets In Need
Cedar Animal Hospital
Max A Pooch
Pets In Touch
Lisa Smith-Putnam, Your Pets My Dog Show
and many more.

Plus see Our Friends and important links
on Our Contact Page below.
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The Pet Alert Emergency Information System (kit) gives your pets a LIFE-LINE-TO-SAFETY every day 24/7. Designed to help and safeguard all your animals and First Responders during many types of emergencies and SAVE PRECIOUS TIME that provides valuable information that could keep your pets or animals ALIVE during emergencies like these listed below;
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Pet Alert Emergency Information
PET OWNERS BEWARE!
Did you know someone
calls 911
somewhere in the US
every 15 seconds.
Dogs & cats  safety IQ
Pet Parents! Check it out
"This book provides a guideline to pet owners to help prepare and keep their pets safe in emergencies and it also provides us with guidelines to follow that are standardized and effective.
We recommend the Guide to Pet Safety for all those who love their pets."  
Firefighter Patrick Burns and Captain John speaking out for the Guide to Pet Safety.
  Pet Owners! It's important to know about Pet Safety to keep your pets from becoming victims.
  • House Fire involving a pet
  • Auto Accident involving a pet
  • Owner's or Pet Medical Emergency
  • Death of the pet owner
          - gives pet's info & future home contacts
  • Natural Disasters such as;
          Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Tornados, etc.
  • Manmade Disasters such as;
         Chemical Spills, Gas Leaks, etc.
It's also very important to have
the right information
about your pets handy
at all time
for first responders.

Pets can't speak for themselves.
Remember they 're the part of the family
that relies on you most.
camy & red
Pet Alert makes it easy for you to protect your pets 24/7 with our exclusive safety tools;
the all-in-one Guide to Pet Safety reference and our original Pet Alert Emergency Info System.
Pet Alert is dedicated in helping keep pets safe 24/7.
--http://www.petalert.com/2010-01-20Daily1
Disasters and emergency situations effect more then people.
Animals become, frighten, lost, injured, displaced or killed if the right actions are not taken.