Although it is just March, the warm months are approaching quickly, and everybody needs to prepare. The elderly, obese, or people who have respiratory issues are extremely sensitive to the heat...
- Emergency Survival
- 12V 12' Extension Cord with Cigarette Lighter Plug - Item #RP-203EC
- Safe in the Summer
- Heart Attack? Or Cardiac Arrest?
- Zoll AED Battery and Pad Replacement
- Red Emergency Head Immobilizer with Straps - Item: HEADIM
- The Reoccurance of the Plague
- Freeze Dried Food
- Heat Safety for Pets
- CPR Mask Kit with Adult & Infant Mask
With the approach of Independence Day, we can all prepare for some fun, festivities, parades, food, and of course FIREWORKS. Crowds of people, mixed with open flames is something that can turn completely chaotic if the proper knowledge, and preparation isn’t applied. Professionals put on their own firework displays for the public to enjoy but of course there is still the fireworks that can be purchased at a local market or a firework stand. Although these fireworks are for the public to purchase, it does not mean that they are deemed safe.
They are often considered our best friends, but sometimes we aren't prepared to treat them in case of an accident or emergency. Today's lesson, on performing CPR on a dog or cat, will be the first article in our pet safety series.