PRLog - Feb. 17, 2011 - REDMOND, Wash. -- While pets are an important part of our families, it’s difficult to care for them during an emergency. That’s why pet information website and newsletter Daily Kibble has joined with nationally-recognized emergency kit retailer 1800Prepare.com to urge all pet owners to prepare for caring for their pets during an emergency.
Daily Kibble CEO Terry Miller explains, “Our readers are incredibly devoted to their pets, so we wanted to bring awareness to the issue of pet care during emergencies. That’s why we partnered with 1800Prepare.com to give away a number of pet emergency kits to our readers.”
The 1800Prepare.com pet emergency kits provide first aid, food, water and entertainment, as well as a disaster information guide to help you keep your pets safe during an emergency. The 38-item kits are valued at $47.
“With so many families bringing home new pets during the holidays, we’re thrilled to sponsor this contest with Daily Kibble and get the word out about the importance of emergency pet preparedness,”
Daily Kibble subscribers are automatically entered to win one of six custom pet emergency kits (for dogs or cats). Anyone can become a subscriber -- at no cost -- and will be entered to win if they subscribe to the Daily Kibble newsletter at www.dailykibble.com/
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About Daily Kibble, LLC - www.dailykibble.com
Daily Kibble is a daily e-mail newsletter and web site featuring “the latest, greatest, hottest, and coolest everything for pets: things to do, things to buy, and services for our furry four-legged best friends.” Daily Kibble strives to not just provide information, but also to enhance readers’ enjoyment of, and connection to, their pets.
About 1800Prepare.com - www.1800prepare.com
1800Prepare.com was conceived and developed by two emergency responders, Paul Faust and Gregg Hamerschlag. The inspiration for their disaster preparedness company evolved from personal disaster experience coupled with North America’s increasing need for emergency survival information and products. Both partners discerned a burgeoning need for personal, family and company disaster planning and equipping. In recent years they have all seen that natural and man-made disasters are devastating to those who are un-prepared.