Monthly Archives: June 2014

4th of July Pet Food Safety

It’s almost 4th of July which means BBQs are in order!  And for the 46% of American households that own a dog but can’t find a pet sitter, get ready to show off your adorable pooch. But before you get … more »

Posted in In The News, Pets Galore

Tricks of the First Aid Trade

Whether you’re at a BBQ, baseball game, hiking or traveling this summer, chances are you’ll encounter some mean ol’ mosquitos along the way.  One key item you can add to your Mini First Aid Kit is Vicks VapoRub because not … more »

Posted in In The News, Survival Hack

Make an OUCH POUCH For Your Day Pack

Planning on going hiking this summer? Or maybe you prefer camping, fishing, swimming or biking?  Whichever activity you decide on, whether it’s one of the above, none of the above or all of the above, make sure to toss in … more »

Posted in In The News, Survival Hack

Keepin’ It Real During A Blackout

During summer time, people start using their air conditioner like there’s no tomorrow, so you better get prepared and find out the Do’s and Don’t’s During a Blackout. First off, during prolonged power outages over 2 hours, make sure you … more »

Posted in In The News

Be an Energy-Saving Pro & Prevent Blackouts

The dog days of summer have yet to arrive but once they do, try to fight the temptation to crank the A/C.  Not only will your wallet thank you for exercising restraint, but you can also rest easy knowing that … more »

Posted in In The News
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