Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Welcome To The Pet Oxygen Mask Blog


We are here to blog about fire, EMS, Police departments and Military, SART & CERT Teams,K9 Units, Search & Rescue Teams that have acquired the life saving equipment, namely Pet Oxygen Masks.

Over 40,000 pets each year die of smoke asphyxiation. Pet Oxygen masks are cone-shaped masks that can be used both on conscious pets that have suffered from smoke inhalation and pets that need to be resuscitated after losing consciousness as a result of their exposure to the dangerous toxic fumes.
This blog is brought to you by Ines de Pablo from VA based Wag'N Enterprises, LLC.

Wag'N provides pet oxygen masks to all the department types listed here above as well as individuals who need to keep their pets on oxygen therapy and breeders. Our focus though is bringing pet oxygen masks to first responders across the USA & Canada.

We are really trying to get a discussion Wag'N for all those of you fellow readers that want to learn more about:
- why departments need pet oxygen masks,
- success stories
- how to use them
- what the options are
- how to acquire them
- how to find out which departments already have them
- how you can donate
- how you can make a request for donations
- who can donate them
- misunderstandings about the concept, etc

All these topics and then some will be covered here.
If you have any questions please feel free to post. We do check to control spammers.
No use of profanity and/or insults permitted.

Semper Wag'N

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