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March 08, 2013
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Thousands of pets are affected annually by home fires*. Fortunately, there are some easy steps you can take to prepare yourself and your pets to get to safety in case of a fire. Here are ways you can prepare for a fire in your house and help protect your pets from such a disaster.
The biggest thing you can do to prevent your pet from being injured in a home fire is to have working fire alarms and extinguishers. Alarms with current batteries (checked regularly) should be placed on each floor or area of the home. If you’re out of the house a lot of the time, you might consider installing fire alarms that are connected to a monitoring unit able to alert the fire department directly.
You should also be aware of these common pet-related fire hazards:
*The Fire Department Network News reports that an estimated 500,000 pets are affected by home fires every year.
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