Free Pet Safety Window Decals

This free ASPCA pet safety pack is a classic offer that's still active. I posted this free pet window decal first in 2008 and yet here it is, active as ever. If you don't have a pet rescue window decal up on your house yet, or an Animal Poison Control Center magnet, then I'd definitely sign up for this freebie. It's such an easy, free way to make your dog, cat, or pet safe in the middle of a fire or emergency.

I've put these up in every home I've lived in. My brothers and I even once put the correct information on them instead of creative insult names for each other! Although, now that I think about it, my old pet window cling isn't by the front door anymore. That can only mean it peeled off, fell on the floor, and was most likely eaten by one of my dogs.

Looks like I need to request a new pet rescue sticker. Next to it, I'll put a HIF sticker and little drawing of me slumped over my computer and drooling. Because let's be real, if there's an emergency, I'm probably going to need to be rescued as well!

You'll need to confirm your email after requesting these. Once that's out of the way, you can expect your freebie in 8-10 weeks.

14 comments on “Free Pet Safety Window Decals”

  1. Goob, these are very good to have on your doors. It lets firefighters know that there is a pet inside. I live in a very small township and made an Excel spreadsheet for our volunteer fire department that includes the 900 families that live in the township, if they have a pet, if the pet is a dog or cat, pets names, violent or not, etc. It really comes in handy when they are responding to a fire.

  2. Sounds like a good idea to me! I have 2 small dogs – a Jack Russell and a Healer. (I don’t know, I’ve never heard of that breed either, butit’s a breed. Look it up onan animal site.) Anyway, I’m gonna get this for my girls (dogs) as I will be thankful I got something for them that doesn’t cost a lot of money! Seems like everything else does!

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  4. @Ferretsrule – A lot of people where I live have big backyards with horses in them. I think that’s what they mean! πŸ™‚

  5. A word of caution – the Animal Poison Control Center magnet may be free, but their services are not. I called one night after my dog ate some grapes, which can cause renal failure. I was told that there would be a $60 fee for the consultation with a poison control specialist. I then called one of my local emergency clinics. They told me how to handle the situation (making the dog vomit with the use of hydrogen peroxide) and didn’t charge me a dime. Taking a few moments to locate the emergency clinics in your area can save you $60! The emergency clinics here even have their own magnets that you can pick up for free.

  6. i got one in the mail two weeks ago and it is great adt never sent the one they had advertised, so i am happt that i did get this one, my pets will be saved yeah

  7. Thanks Goob!!!!, I didn’t know they had these signs. I forward the link to a friend that has 2 dogs inside her house. Great notice to the fire department in case of fire.


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