The winter months can be hard on your pets. It’s very important that you always take action to protect your pets against the elements. During the winter months, pets should be kept inside and warm. Outdoor cats could potentially get caught in harsh weather, and a sudden temperature drop could be life-threatening to a dog. Dogs that stay outside need to be given proper shelter, a sudden hail storm or similar activity could injure an outdoor dog. Animals also need
With the holiday season comes more cooking that usual. Since cooking fires are the most common kind of house fire and the cause of most home injuries, follow these safety tips in your kitchen. Keep your cooking area safe by keeping flammable materials away from your stovetop. Keep items like oven mitts, paper towels, and kitchen towels safely away. Also, make sure your kitchen curtains don’t hang near your cooktop. Do keep a lid handy to smother a stovetop fire.