Pet Alert is dedicated to keeping pets safe 24/7
house fire & pets
Please remember,
pets and domesticated animals depend on us

We are their guardians; for food, shelter and their future. 

Help keep them safe 24/7 with the
Guide to Pet Safety, it matters and it's worth it.
fireman & cat
Guide to pet safety
A window sticker is NOT enough to protect your pet and provide the information needed for their security and future.
Learn how the Pet Alert Emergency Information System (kit) follows firefighter's protocol and can make the difference when time is running out.
tornados & pets
car accidents & pets
hurricanes & pets
Please remember, whatever the future holds for us, you need to prepare for yourself and for your companion animals.

Your pet's life depends on you and the preparations that you have made to protect their safety and their future in case of an accident, medical emergency or if a disaster should strike you! 
"Protecting pets like family "
fireman & dog
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The Guide to Pet Safety is supported by;

  • Pet Safe Coalition
  • Pet Sitters International
  • Humane Society of Greater Savannah
  • Dazzle Dog Radio
  • Safe Harbor Humane Society
  • Pets In Need
  • Cedar Animal Hospital
  • Max A Pooch
  • Pets In Touch
  • Lisa Smith-Putnam, Your Pets -My Dog Show
  • and many more, see our friends page.

Pet Lovers you can now download the book's brochure by clicking on the icon below and share the information with a friend.
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The Pet Alert Emergency Information System gives your pets a LIFE-LINE-TO-SAFETY every day 24/7.
Designed to help and safeguard all your animals and First Responders during many types of emergencies and
SAVE PRECIOUS TIME that provides valuable information that could keep your pets or animals ALIVE during emergencies like these listed below;
Firefighters in LA Co. holding up Pet Alert Emergency Information Door Knob Hanger.
Did you know someone
calls 911
somewhere in the US
every 15 seconds.
Dogs & cats  safety IQ
Pet Parent Challenge!
“This book provides a guideline to pet owners to help prepare and keep their pets safe in emergencies and it also provides us with guidelines to follow that are standardized and effective. We recommend the Guide to Pet Safety for all those who love their pets." 

Firefighter Patrick Burns and Captain John of Flagstaff, AZ show their support for the Guide to Pet Safety. 
Emergencies don't take vacations, so don't let your pets become victims. Get Pet Alert!
  • House Fire involving a pet
  • Auto Accident involving a pet
  • Owner's or Pet Medical Emergency
  • Death of the pet owner
          - gives pet's info & future home contacts
  • Natural Disasters such as;
          Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Tornados, etc.
  • Manmade Disasters such as;
         Chemical Spills, Gas Leaks, etc.
camy & red
Animals become, frighten, lost, injured or killed if the right actions are not taken during emergency situations of all types; [e.g. House Fires, Disasters, and Medical Emergencies of the pet owner or pet].

If you love your pet, please take the time to prepare and protect them 24/7 with this important safety"how to book",
The Guide to Pet Safety "Saving the Entire Family" Disaster and Emergency Reference. 48 pages of life saving knowledge that can make the difference between life or death for your pet, by guiding you on what to do.

Be a protective pet parent and take action and learn to keep your pet safe in and around your home, or while traveling and if a disaster should strike your area.
Camy Thumwood and her dog “Red”
Founder and Owner of PET ALERT and author of the Guide to Pet Safety
Pets can't speak for themselves and are family members that rely on you the most!

So why not add safety to the list with this easy to use book to help you?

It’s also very important to have the right information about your pets handy at all times

for first responders by using the Pet Alert Emergency Information System below.

Help us, help them!