INFOGRAPHIC: Pet Fire Safety

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As part of the Dogington Post’s Pet Fire Safety campaign, we’ve created this infographic with easy to read tips, scary truths about fires, and reference points for emergency preparedness.

Feel free to print, post, or share this graphic with everyone! 40,000 pets die each year in household fires, and pets start 1,000 fires every year – know how to prevent them and be prepared in the event of a fire.






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When I adopted my shepherd mix, Molly, from a local shelter 12 years ago, I had no idea the impact she would have on my life. Through Molly, I've learned to be more patient, experienced unconditional love, been alerted to the mailman and every squirrel within a block radius of the house, and ingested enough fur to build 3 or 4 more dogs! When I lost Molly to cancer just a few months ago, I adopted Olive, a 13 week old Golden Retriever. Together, we smile at least a hundred times a day!


  1. I would like to know where I can get the Fire Safety flyer. It’s something I would definitely give away to anyone who has pets.

  2. What is the likelyhood that a pet will exit the house through their pet door when a fire occurs. Is there any research on this?