Updated: Jan 24
We're back with more ideas to think about when it comes to being ready for life's emergencies, both big and small. In this post, we'll address potential household emergencies that could occur. Read our suggestions and put your emergency plan into place.
If you haven't already read about the basics of emergency planning, please read our Feeling Safe in a Shaky World series and purchase your Go To Gals Emergency Decals to take the first easy steps toward emergency planning and disaster preparedness.
Prevent Animal Bites
♦ Do not leave infants alone with a family pet.
♦ Don’t keep undomesticated animals as house pets.
♦ When choosing a family pet, research breeds to find one that is appropriate for your family. Some dog breeds tolerate children better than others.
♦ Children should be supervised when playing with a dog or cat.
♦ Teach children never to tease an animal or disturb it while it is eating or sleeping.
♦ Children should be kept away from pets that have young.
♦ Children should never take a toy or bone away from a dog.
♦ Children should never pet or try to play with an animal that they don’t know.