Sunday, October 25, 2009

Car pet safety kit!

You know how much of a pet car safety advocate I am, especially after having come through a bad car accident with only a few bruised ribs.

That's one of the reasons I wrote up a Squidoo lens on dog car safety a couple of years ago.

So when I found out that the nice folks at had this really cool car pet safety kit, we just had to order one.

Bark Buckle UP is the recognized leader and experts in pet travel safety. They tour the USA and Canada educating and promote awareness for pet safety while traveling with pets. We first met them when we both did an interview for a Canadian newspaper about the dangers of dogs riding in cars unrestrained last year.

We received our kit the other day and it is going to be very handy for, you know, just in case. The best part is it comes with a car window decal that can alert first responders that there are pets in the car and direct them to look in the glove box for information.

The kit then contains individual and personalized pet emergency cards you can customize for each pet that allows you to add in a photo, contact info, emergency contact info, descriptions and more. Now all we need is some mechanical breakdown insurance, you know, for more just in case, BOL!!!

The kit with one info card is free, then it's only $1.00 to add additional cards. So our entire kit for all four of us four-leggers was only $3.00, plus just a tad for shipping. We received the entire kit in an envelop.

We highly recommend heading on over to their site and picking yourself a pet safety kit for your car, 'cause, it's so comforting to be prepared!


  1. What a great idea, mom is going to check it out=)

  2. The kits look so good in the photo! Congrats they made it, Sincerely Nancy

  3. We tried to order one a while back, but I must have done something wrong because it never arrived.

  4. They are pretty handy, easy and very inexpensive. Hope you guys like as much as we do.

    Hi Roxanne they took several weeks to arrive. You could email and ask for Joanna and follow up, we had a question for them and they emailed back same day. Tell them Johann sent ya :) Hope they get to you!!!

  5. Greetings! What a terrific idea! Unfortunately, some dog walkers discover a danger, only sadly, when victimized and so I wanted to inform you of StreetZaps, a timely and useful tool intended to reduce the year round risk of injury and fatality from contact voltage. And so you are aware, I confer with Con Edison's Stray Voltage and Public Affairs Units and contribute to Wet Nose Guide and New York Dog Chat. It is my firm wish that The Days of Johann will disseminate this vital public service as quickly and as widely as possible to preclude more tragedies. We will post a safer walking film soon.

    Thank you in advance and I look forward to hearing from you.

    In appreciation and with best regards,

    Blair Sorrel


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