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  1. Food and water
    I have a question concerning the safety of using mylar bags. I ran across some info indicating that mylar film is comprised of BoPet, which stands for biaxially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate Sources: https://americanpatriotsurvivalist.com/mylar-bags/...
  2. General Discussion
    His name was Django, but I affectionately called him Bubba. He was the greatest cat in the world. Woke up this morning to him making wheezing sounds and got out of bed just in time to see him scoot under the bed dragging his back legs behind him. Took him to the after hours vet and, after a...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The volcano blowing its top right now made me think of yellowstone. If i remember correctly, I am right on the edge of where ash would fall, i might get an inch or two. In the event of a sudden eruption, what would you guys do for Garfield and Odie? Last time i checked, they dont sell N95 masks...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    okay...i have looked and looked and i can't find a thread devoted to this. please correct me if i am wrong. I was looking at what is offered for sale online for Emergency Evac Bags for pets and i'm not certain any of those folks put much thought into them. One of the volunteer jobs I do is...
  5. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    This is a site that is good to book mark or better yet, Print out the instructions and put them in you kitchen cabinet inside the door for reference. this may save your dogs life. http://puppyintraining.com/dog-cpr/ This is for my Cat loving parents out there...
  6. Health, Fitness and First Aid
    A very good article regarding using veterinary antibiotics after SHTF by Kevin Hayden of Truthistreason.com. He lists several of the common ones and some FDA info as to why they must all be similar to human antibiotics. If you're a skeptic on having these, give the article a read.
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My dog Achilles (my 85 pound blue pit) is all ready for a survival situation. He has his saddle bags and is used to hiking long distances with it. He is also proficient with security. Check his reaction to a hand gun here: Enjoy lol
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Right now, we don't have any pets [though we all really want one] due to issues with dh's grandmother --- essentially, she thinks any dog is "dangerous" unless it is tiny or a golden retriever... and black dogs are plain "bloodthirsty". Neither here nor there, however. At any rate, I have been...
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