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INNX Waterproof Pets Dog Cargo Liner cover Heavy Duty Non Slip Canine Cargo Cover for SUVs

Perfect for long trip with the dogs,to protect your car from dog hair! 

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month

When a disaster strikes, there is often little time to prepare our homes, families, and pets for the damage to come.

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month.  This is a good time to identify what you would need in order to take care of your pet, should you have to evacuate your house in a hurry.  Make a list of the items your pet could not live without, grab a large, preferably clear container, and get to work preparing an emergency kit for your furry child.

Here are some items you don’t want to forget:

  • bottled water
  • food (at least three days’ worth)
  • bowls
  • litter
  • leash and/or crate
  • required medications
  • vet records including vaccinations
  • current picture and/or description of your pet(s)
  • veterinary first aid kit
  • security items (bedding or toys to help ease stress)

As I try to imagine what it would be like at my house in the event of a flood, or a tornado, or another type of emergency, I picture my sweet dog, Summer, panicked and afraid.  She tends to run away or hide in a corner when she is scared.  It is a terrible mental image, but one that has driven me to keep a few more things in mind, to make sure I am completely prepared.

  1. ID your pet.  Make sure your pet wears a collar with current ID tags at all times.
  2. Know your pet’s location.  Does your pet have a favorite hiding spot when he/she is scared?  Know where that spot is so you or a family member can retrieve your pet quickly should you need to leave in a hurry.
  3. Notify others that there is a pet or pets in your home.

Disasters are unpredictable and can cause serious damage to our homes and loved ones, including our pets. A disaster can happen to anyone at any time, so be sure to take caution and prepare.

Pomeranian and Chihuahua mix dog goes for a ride in the car. He is strapped in with a harness that attaches to the seatbelt for safety.
Pomeranian and Chihuahua mix dog goes for a ride in the car. He is strapped in with a harness that attaches to the seatbelt for safety.

Pet Health Awareness Events in September 2017

Catalyst Council’s Happy Healthy Cat Month

Animal Pain Awareness Month

National Disaster Preparedness Month

National Food Safety Education Month

National Service Dog Month

Responsible Dog Ownership Month

National Wildlife Day
September 4

National Iguana Awareness Day
September 8

National Pet Memorial Day
September 10
Second Sunday in September

National Elephant Appreciation Day
September 22

National Deaf Dog Awareness Week
September 24-30
Last full week of September starting with a Sunday

Sea Otter Awareness Week
September 24-30
Last full week of September starting with a Sunday

National Farm Safety & Health Week
September 24-30
Last full week of September starting with a Sunday

National Teach Ag Day
September 28
Fourth Thursday in September

World Rabies Day
September 28

What should we do when traveling with cat ?

How many cats do you know that love to ride in a car? The fact is, cats aren’t dogs, and most cats are unlikely to ever enjoy a car ride the way some of their canine counterparts do. The goal of my blog isn’t to convert your cat into an easy rider, but since cats have to ride in cars sometimes, my goal is to describe a few simple actions you can take to make the car ride less stressful for you and your cat.

So what can you do to make the car ride more enjoyable for everyone involved? Here are a few tips:

Prepare your cat for the car ride

Your cat should be secured in the car

Keep all traveling cats in a carrier. This is for your own safety as well as your cat’s safety. It is not safe to have your cat roaming freely in your vehicle while you are driving. Your cat could become frightened and dart under the brake pedal or accelerator, possibly causing an accident. In addition, having a cat jumping around the vehicle is a dangerous distraction. To be safe, always keep your cat in a secure carrier.

Get your cat acclimated to the carrier before the trip

Take short car rides with your cat first

Know when to get help for your cat

What stuffs that you will need to prepare when go Road Trip with your puppy


Traveling this great country is a continued passion for most people, and traveling with your dog just takes the experience to whole new heights. I have recently had been setting out on the road with my Boxer/Lab mix Zoey, and I wanted to share with you the preparation needed to make the trip fun for everyone, two-legged and four!

To make your puppy feel comfortable during road trip, you should bring the following products

1,INNX dog bench seat cover

A bench seat cover is a great usefull stuff to keep your pets hair away from your bench seat, what is more, this will help to keep your Seat Vinyl away from Paw Scratchs. A Waterproof and easy installationdog seat cover is baddly needed for long time road to avoid unexpect accident.

2,INNX Cargo liner cover

When your driving your SUV,to protect your cargo area clean, it is better to put a INNX quilted cargo liner cover  this will offer full protection when you go camping outside, you will never worry about the sands, waters, mud, dog hair.Pls do not hesitate to buying this from our Amazon store, input INNX cargo liner cover you will find what you want

3,INNX dog barrier

Travel with your lovely pet friends but encounter some unexpected “surprise”? Will they jump from back to front or have accident stop? INNX back seat barrier prevents your pup from nosing up between the seats, being a distraction or jumping where they shouldn’t go. Drive safe with your best friend! With INNX stretch dog barrier

No more accidental fall from back to front, no more scratching the center console, keeps your dogs safe and fun on the road now!

4,Camping Tent/ Shelter

5,Camping cots for dogs

To enjoy the great happiness with your best friedns, bring this stuff your puppy will more happy to go with you to explore the outdoor camping life.


Pet Fire Safety Day July 15

National Pet Fire Safety Day is observed on the 15 July every year.  July is a month marked by heat, dry grass, fireworks, and outdoor fires—all of which can pose a danger to pets. House fires are one such danger.

To create awareness on this topic, the American Kennel Club (AKC), ADT Security Services and the National Volunteer Fire Council have teamed up for this Thursday’s National Pet Fire Safety Day.

The AKC has provided the following tips to help protect your home and loved ones from accidental fire:

  • Extinguish open flames – Don’t leave your pets unattended around an open flame and make sure to thoroughly extinguish any open flame before leaving your home.
    • Remove stove knob– Be sure to remove stove knobs or protect them with covers before leaving the house.
    • Invest in flameless candles – These candles contain a light bulb, rather than an open flame, and take the danger out of your pet knocking over a candle.
  • Avoid glass water bowls on wooden decks – The sun’s rays when filtered through glass water bowls can heat up and ignite the wooden deck.  Choose stainless steel or ceramic bowls instead.
  • Keep pets near entrances when you’re out – Keep collars on pets and leashes at the ready in case firefighters need to rescue your pet. When leaving pets home alone, keep them in areas or rooms near entrances where firefighters can easily find them.
  • Secure young pets– Especially with young puppies, keep them confined away from potential fire-starting hazards when you are away from home such as in crates or behind baby gates in secure areas.
  • Consider using monitored smoke detectors – Monitored smoke detectors, which are connected to a monitoring center, allow emergency responders to be contacted when your pets are trapped. These systems provide an added layer of protection beyond battery-operated smoke alarms.
  • Affix a Pet Alert Window Cling – Write down the number of pets inside your house and attach the static cling to a front window. This critical information saves rescuers time when locating your pets. Make sure to update the number of pets listed.

Staying aware and being prepared could save you avoidable heartache if a disaster strikes. Your pets are part of your family and deserve to be protected!

Prevent pet fire

hp_1The 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.

dog fire

You should also be aware of these common pet-related fire hazards:

  • Never leave unattended candles or open flames lit around pets. Your dog or cat could accidentally knock them over and start a fire. The ASPCA reports that more than 1,000 fires are started accidentally by pets each year.
  • Chewed electrical cords are another common cause of home fires. If you’ve got young pets who haven’t learned this is unacceptable behavior yet, be sure you’ve puppy- or kitten-proofed your home by hiding loose cords away.
  • Stovetop burner fires can be caused by a pet (usually a cat) playing in the kitchen area. Consider using stove knob covers, available in the baby-proofing section of a store, to prevent accidental burner fires.

Ways to Cool Your Dog in Hot Weather

Dogs and humans need relief on hot summer days. Most dogs love water, but not everyone has easy access to an ocean, lake or pond.


1. Give your dog access to plenty of fresh, cool water. Make sure the bowl is clean and hasn’t been sitting out in the sun all day–bacteria can grow in their bowl if you don’t wash it and provide fresh water. Don’t try to force or pour water into your dog’s mouth, even if he refuses to drink, as he will likely just suck it into his lungs and choke.
2. Remove your dog from the heat. Get him indoors as soon as possible. If you are outdoors and can pick your dog up, carry him back to your car or house. If there is a pond or stream nearby, allow him to stand in the water and cool down a little before heading back. At the very least, try to get your dog into a shady spot.
3. Cool your dog down by draping cool, wet towels over her neck, under her forelimbs (in her armpits) and between her hind legs (around her groin). These towels should be cool, not cold. Don’t ice ice or icepacks–you need to bring her temperature down gradually. If you lower her temperature too quickly or it falls too low, it could be just as dangerous as overheating