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  • May 10, 2019 Emergency Zone

    18 Things You Need In Your Pet Emergency Survival Kit

    image of Husky breed dog wearing shirt and backpack
    When we’re making plans for worst case scenarios, we plan for ourselves and our human family members to ensure our safety. But what about our pets? If you’re like millions of Americans, you probably have a pet dog or cat (or several pets if you’re lucky). The bond you have with your pet is special and unique. No two pet/owner relationships are the same, just like no two human friendships are the...
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  • January 1, 2016 Emergency Zone

    6 Things Your Bug-out Bag Didn't Come With



    6 Things your bug-out bag didn't come with
             If you had to bug-out of your home right now and survive for three days with nothing but your pre-assembled bug-out bagyou bought online, could you do it? Your answer may depend on WHY you are bugging-out and the location you are headed (WHERE). It might change based on WHO's going with you and WHEN (time of day & season) too. Whatever the circumstance, if your answer leans towards "No,"...
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  • June 15, 2015 Emergency Zone

    How to Build your Survival Kit for Beginners- 8 Commonly Overlooked Items

    Emergenciesare often survival situations- you get lost in the woods, you have to bug out to the forest, etc. Small survival kits are valuable for these scenarios, especially since you can take them anywhere. There are tons of survival websites that teach you what to put in a survival kit- a knife, rope, water purification, matches, lighters, flashlights, etc. However, a lot of them only cover...
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  • June 24, 2014 Emergency Zone

    Urban Survival Bug Out Bag – A pack that’s got your back

    Disasters tend to bring out the best in people. Kindness, generosity, and goodwill are all easily found when people selflessly give of what they have to help those in need. Unfortunately, the opposite is also true. Stress, fatigue, and fear of the unknown play a large role in prompting people to do things that they normally would not do. And this human element is as much an issue as the disaster...
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