Dedicated to Pet Health & Safety
Here you can download Pet Health & Safety Posters that anyone can get for free! They are downloadable as a PDF file and can be printed by anyone. Don't have a printer? Send us a SASE and we'll print and mail one for you. We'll even send free printouts to veterinarians who want to give it away. Currently we have a dog safety poster ready for download, and we'd also like to cover the whole spectrum of cared-for companions including cats. And we'll certainly make it available to other sites that cover giveaways, such as TheFreeSite.com
You can post it where it will be easily learned by everyone in the household. For example, it could be posted on the fridge for a week until everyone is familiar with it and can care for the family pet's safety. Then the pet's primary caretaker could keep the printout handy, preferably on display, and check it occasionally to make sure that it's being followed. There's no such thing as 100% perfect safety, but working together we can pursue better outcomes for pets and pet owners. We estimate this poster will help pet owners who responsibly follow its directions prevent over 95% of the unnecessary harms they can be reasonably expected to prevent.
A few future enhancements are in store. We'll do a "back page" that covers the special needs of puppies, senior dogs and other special cases that may arise. If you download the available one-sided poster today, you can always come back and print the reverse side later. Finally it would be nice to do a separate well-being and happiness poster, elevating the discussion from prevention of harm up to vibrance of living.
This poster was extensively researched, using several expert sources including the American Veterinary Association. If you have some experience in the field of pet health, I'd like to pay especially close attention to your comments. What do you wish pet owners would do to better care for their pet's health and safety that isn't covered here yet? Would you like to give out free copies to your customers (perhaps we could send copies to you at no charge?) What changes would you like made that would make the printed posters more presentable or enjoyable for them?
We hope to serve you and the Internet community by creating more one-page posters covering many aspects of health and safety. Modern life can be so hectic, there's a big need for these one-page guides, short and easy enough that everyone can find the time to read and learn.
Preview The PosterHere they are, the top 10 dog health & safety rules that you'll get with your PDF download. The main difference is that the PDF will print neatly as one page. Boldface is used to emphasize the key concepts, so anytime someone looks at the poster again, it's easy to quickly check the boldface parts to see to it that their dog's safety is being adequately cared for. To appreciate the pictures better, I've programmed each one to double in size each time you click it (so you could quadruple it or more.) If that doesn't work on your browser, I suggest pressing keys to enlarge this page 2-3 times (PC: [Ctrl]+) (Mac: [Command]+); to reduce size change that "+" to a "-".
|Top Ten Dog Health & Safety Rules|
Download The Poster NowThank you for being a caring dog lover and reading this page. When we create a final version, we'll make an easy-to-print PDF and post it here, free for everyone to distribute. We hope it will prove to be a popular boost to dog well-being all across America. You can preview or print the PDF by clicking here. All we ask for in return for downloading this poster is one comment in the discussion thread at page bottom. For example you could let us know how we're doing, or ask to have a tip added.
Since we want to support the well-being of us humans as well, a quick mention of our seven free "Good Life Bonuses" also seems appropriate: It's great for boosting humano health, safety and financial freedom (plus "Christmas in July" is now on, just use code JULYLOVE.) The discussion thread for the poster is below, I hope you'll find it interesting, and perhaps you'd like to post a comment as well.
Discussion ThreadLet's talk about how to create and give away the best dog safety poster we possibly can. As an “early bird” at this site, your help in getting the conversation started would be greatly appreciated! So please be sure to make a comment below, perhaps suggesting an improvement or telling us your opinion of how good it is. Before posting you need to be logged in to Disqus, Facebook, Google or Twitter. If the text looks too small, use the keys to enlarge (PC: [Ctrl]+) (Mac: [Command]+); to reduce size use "-" instead of "+".