There is a knock on your door and you have been instructed to evacuate and you only have moments. Are you prepared? What are you going to grab?
Earlier this month in our March Newsletter we compared the top 4 Dog to-go bags for emergencies. After all the responses we received, we wanted to give this a deeper dive into the good the bad and the ugly for each of these options.
We know they are coming. Disasters happen and we all hope it doesn’t happen to us.
I know most of us think it will never happen to me, or I will think about it tomorrow when I have more time or money. But let’s play the what if game: What if an emergency happens today and you’re not able to save your pet because you weren’t prepared?
In 2021 we sure had lots of time to spend on the internet. We can’t forget the Bernie meme wearing the mittens that went viral, including Bernie helping sell Pet Evac Pak’s on social media.
What is the supply chain? For supply chain professionals, it starts with product development and raw materials.
When we look back at the good old days in history, we might think of the cowboy with his horse and dog.
I was sitting in a shelter yesterday with my therapy dog, Marshall, visiting with evacuees from the Caldor Fire, and I thought about all the disasters the world is experiencing.
With all the fires out west this summer we thought this would be the perfect time to talk about how to make sure your pets are prepared to evacuate should there be a fire. We were recently guest on the Dogish Podcast to discuss this very topic.
This past year we have learned about panic buying. During the pandemic we thought we needed a year’s supply of toilet paper, paper towels and meat.