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Prevent Pet Suffocation Joins the #GivingTuesday Movement!

Prevent Pet Suffocation celebrates #GivingTuesday for the fourth year by joining millions participating in the global generosity movement on November 30, 2021.

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Prevent Pet Suffocation Launches New Survey!

Prevent Pet Suffocation and a heartbroken pet owner whose dog suffocated in a chip bag are featured in a WGME CBS 13 I-Team media segment to raise awareness.

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A Sneaky Danger to Consider Before Hitting the Road - Riding Certified Magazine

Always check your vehicle for food bags and containers. A dog left alone in a car can easily get into trouble within minutes from any food packaging left inside. 

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Prevent Pet Suffocation Joins the #GivingTuesday Movement!

Prevent Pet Suffocation celebrates #GivingTuesday for the third year by joining millions participating in the global generosity movement on December 1, 2020.

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Prevent Pet Suffocation - Las Vegas Pet Scene Magazine

Would you be surprised to learn that the main cause of pet suffocation is something that you have in your home? I’m talking about snack bags, chip bags, and other food containers like yogurt pots. 

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5 Everyday Items That Can Pose a Serious Suffocation Risk to Your Dog

It’s something you may not think about until it’s too late – but your dog can suffocate. Here are five common ways your dog may suffocate, so you can avoid a tragedy.

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Pet Suffocating - How Common is It and What You Can Do to Prevent It

Pet Suffocation is a lot more common than most people think. Many people believe that a dog or a cat can simply remove a chip or snack bag off of their heads using their paws or claws. That is simply not the case.  

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Website Raises Awareness About Pet Suffocation Hazards

Have you ever thought about what would happen if your pet got his head stuck in a food bag while you were gone? The website Prevent Pet Suffocation seeks to raise awareness among pet owners about the very real dangers of a seemingly cute situation. 

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Grieving Families Urge Dog Owners to 'Please Prevent Pet Suffocation'

Pet Suffocation is a real and dangerous threat to dogs, yet many dogs die because people simply do not know how dangerous empty snack bags are. Just as you would childproof your home and never leave plastic bags lying around babies and toddlers, the same rule needs to apply to any food bag if there are […]

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Dog Owners Warn of Devastating Pet Dangers from Everyday Snack Bags

Three or four people contact the group Prevent Pet Suffocation every week with a tragic new instance of a pet dying from suffocation in a bag, founder Bonnie Harlan told "Today." 

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Bonnie Harlan - Podcast Interview on Pet Suffocation with Vegas Dog Rock Radio

My guest Bonnie Harlan is the Founder of Prevent Pet Suffocation which is dedicated to spreading public awareness on the suffocation dangers pets face.

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Pittsburgh Family Spreading Awareness After Losing Dog To Suffocation - WTAE-TV

Janelle Hall of WTAE-TV Pittsburgh interviews Bonnie Harlan of Prevent Pet Suffocation and the Best family who lost their Chocolate Lab to pet suffocation.

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Bonnie Harlan - Video Podcast on Pet Suffocation with Corgi Town USA

Bonnie Harlan shares her heart wrenching story on how she became inspired to educate pet owners on the dangers of suffocation from food bags and containers.

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Bonnie Harlan - Live on KSCO Pet Radio with David Coursey and Laura Pakis

Bonnie Harlan talks live with KSCO Pet Radio about pet suffocation and how to prevent it.

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Bonnie Harlan - Live on KSCO Pet Radio - "Holiday Horror: How to Prevent Pet Suffocation"

Bonnie Harlan discusses the added risks of pet suffocation during holiday gatherings and how to prevent it with KSCO Pet Radio.

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Bonnie Harlan - Podcast Interview with ARPA on Pet Suffocation

Did you know that a 9-ounce chip bag could end your dog’s life within minutes? Neither did Bonnie Harlan – until it happened to her dog. Bonnie Harlan discusses pet suffocation and how to prevent it with ARPA, Animal Rescue Professionals Association.

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'I Just Knew She Was Gone' - Chip, Snack Bags Pose Deadly Danger for Your Pets - WGME CBS 13

Marissa Bodnar of WGME CBS 13 interviews Bonnie Harlan, Founder of Prevent Pet Suffocation, and Emma Pierce who lost her Golden Retriever, Finely, when she suffocated in a chip bag.

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Bonnie Harlan - Podcast Interview on Pet Suffocation with Dog Desk Radio - UK

Bonnie Harlan is interviewed about pet suffocation and how to prevent it by Michelle Robertson, a dedicated animal advocate and host of Dog Desk Radio, a division of the UK's Dog Desk Animal Action.

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"Dogs are Dying Face-First in Snack Bags" - WUSA9 (CBS)

Nathan Baca of WUSA9-CBS interviews Bonnie Harlan and two other pet owners who lost their dogs to pet suffocation.

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Bonnie Harlan - "Why Prevent Pet Suffocation is Saving the Lives of Dogs" - Podcast Interview with Upward Dogology

Bonnie Harlan, of Prevent Pet Suffocation, is devoted to saving the lives of dogs by sharing some life saving tips on how to keep your pets safe.

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