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Newsletter September 2022, #9

A Women-owned Small Business

Pet Evac Pak

Pet Emergency Preparedness


September is National Preparedness Month

If you have been following us Facebook and Instagram through August we have been adding each item you need to have in your pet's go-bag.  Then we did a cost comparison if you were to purchase each item separately in our September Blog (see below).  

Let's all make sure we are making a plan and have a go-bag ready for ourselves our families and our pets.

Make 2022 the year you make an emergency plan that includes your pets!

Product Corner


Lets first responders know you have pets

They're Here!  They're Here!  Make sure to get yours today at Pet Alert Kit

Whether at home or travelling, our Pet Alert Kit lets first responders know you have pets.

At Home use our 5x5 window cling "Save our pets" Window decal in the front and the back of your home. Our Pet Alert Kit comes with two!

When travelling use our Wallet ID Card. Snap off the tab on the end to add to your key chain that tells first responders to find your contact information in your wallet. The wallet card will let them know whom you want to save your pets if you're unable to return home. The Pet Alert Kit comes with two.

Cost $15.99

PET EVAC PAK in the News!

Nevada Humane Society Duck Races

For those of you who didn't know the Nevada Humane Society is a NO-KILL shelter.  They are supported 100% by donations.

On August 27th Pet Evac Pak was invited to attend the annual Duck Race fundraiser.  Ducks can be purchased for $5 each and then dumped into the Truckee river to race down a short stretch of the river.  There were lots of prizes to be had including a car!

The good news is that nine dogs and 7 cats were adopted that day to their new families and according to Greg Hall, the CEO of the Nevada Humane Society, they raised over $215,000.

A good time was had by all!

BLOG: Pet Evac Big Dog Pak Cost Comparison

Wow, another year has passed.  September is National Preparedness Month.  What are you waiting for? 

My mom – A girl scout leader always told me better to be prepared and not need it than to need it and not be prepared. 

What does value look like to you? With the rising cost of everything right now we wanted to share what we think is a great value!

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Pet Safety Tip - How to make an emergency dog muzzle

None of us wants to muzzle our dogs but if they are injured or scared they could reach out and bite.

  1. Just find a long piece of fabric or gauze.  Try not to use a stretch gauze or your dog might be able to shake loose.  You could use your pet's leash in a pinch
  2. Make a large loop at the center of your fabric or gauze.  This loop should be 3 times the size of your pup's muzzle.  Place the loop around the muzzle and pull it tight on top of the nose, tying it with a single knot.
  3. Bring the end of your fabric or gauze back under your dog's muzzle. After tying the makeshift muzzle on top of the nose, bring the two ends of the gauze around to create a second loop around the snout. Tie these ends underneath the jaw with another single knot.
  4. Last bring the ends of the fabric or gauze behind your pet's ears and make and secure it with a bow instead of a knot in case you need to release your pet quickly.

Never leave your pet in a muzzle for more than 20 minutes.  This is not recommended for dogs with short snouts as it could cause breathing problems

Industry News

Monkeypox Transmission Between People and Pets

According to Texas A&M the first confirmed case of monkeypox in a 4-year-old greyhound was verified this week.  Pets can become infected through close contact with a person who is infected.  

The A&M staff of the Veterinary Medicine & Biometrics department say it's more likely that a pet can contract the disease from a humane as opposed to a humane catching it from their pet.

They site if you have contracted monkeypox to isolate yourself from your family and pets for 21 days to avoid transmitting it to them.

The symptoms of monkeypox in pets are similar to those in humans and can include lesions that look like blisters or pimples, fever, cough, inflamed eyes, swollen lymph nodes and runny nose.  If your pet exhibits any of these symptoms, you should contact your vet immediately. 

Read the full story 


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Donate a Pet Evac Pak to the Healing Heroes Program.

Your donation goes to supporting Disabled American Vets and their service dogs in training.

RRUFF (Rocklin Residents Unite For Fido) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (Tax ID#27-3130260) founded in 2010. Its mission is to serve disabled veterans and the canine community. In addition to establishing the first off-leash dog park in Rocklin, Ca., in 2014 the Healing Heroes Program was formed.

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