Fire Safety & Dogs: How to Prepare for a Fire

A reminder to stay diligent on National Pet Fire Safety Day.

With the temperature heating up, California has headed directly into fire season, and human family members are not the only ones at risk. According to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 1,000 house fires each year are accidentally started by pets and animals

Most people probably don’t think much about cats jumping on the counters and dogs zooming around the house, but it’s important to stay diligent and practice safety measures with our pets. While it sounds strange, it can be easy for a cat or dog to turn on the stove accidentally.

In 2009, the American Kennel Club (AKC), ADT Security Services, and the National Volunteer Fire Council teamed up to create awareness on this topic by starting National Pet Fire Safety Day.

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