Blue's Blog

 

When I arrived home on December 15, 2011 and found my dog, Blue, lifeless with a chip bag over his head, I tried to do CPR. I did not know how to do it, and my vet had to walk me through it on the phone while I frantically tried to perform it. Sadly, it was too late for Blue to benefit from CPR, but many dogs can and have been saved from pet suffocation by CPR. Please click on the following YouTube video, “Pet CPR”, and take the time to learn this valuable life-saving tool!

 

Enjoy National Pet Day!

Today is National Pet Day! 🐶🐱⁣⁣ ⁣⁣National Pet Day is the perfect day to celebrate the happiness we receive from our beloved pets. Yet, this day is also dedicated to…

National Hug Your Dog Day is April 10th!

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Wild Coyote Saved From Suffocation in a Container!

Hats Off to the nonprofit group, Wild Florida Rescue, for saving this beautiful coyote from suffocating in a plastic Pretzel container. They tracked the animal for four days before they…

New Media Interview with WGME CBS 13!

Thank you to WGME CBS 13 and Investigative Reporter, Marissa Bodnar, for featuring Prevent Pet Suffocation and Emma Pierce, who lost her dog to suffocation in a chip bag, in…

Learn How to Prevent Pet Suffocation in Your Car!

Prevent Pet Suffocation has been featured in the debut issue of the pet safety magazine, Riding Certified, published by the dedicated pet advocates from Dogs Ride Certified. Riding Certified focuses…

Visit our Memorial Photos Page!

Have you seen our updated Memorial Photos Page on our website honoring hundreds of dogs and cats that we have lost due to pet suffocation? We honor all of these…

New Podcast with Dog Desk Radio!

Check out my latest podcast interview on pet suffocation from across the pond with Michelle Robertson, a dedicated animal advocate and host of Dog Desk Radio, a division of the…

Dangers of Food Bags in Cars

Do you like to take your pet along with you for the ride? Most people do! Do you leave fast food bags, snack bags, purses, backpacks, grocery bags, and other…

New! Text-To-Give!

We’ve made it even easier to support Prevent Pet Suffocation! Our new Text-To-Give feature is now available. Simply Text 855-671-2369 and write Give and your gift amount in the message….

Press Release – Prevent Pet Suffocation Joins the #GivingTuesday Movement!

Please visit the Articles Section on our Press Page to read our latest Press Release about Prevent Pet Suffocation celebrating #GivingTuesday! Please consider donating any amount to our nonprofit to…