Monday, November 28, 2011

Fire Safety Survey by the Fire Safety Dogs

The fire safety survey by the fire safety dogs is closed. Thank you to those who completed the survey to help
the fire safety dogs and their fire safety program!

We had many answers to the survey from those that wished to remain anonymous.

Here are the winners of the drawings held on

1) Steve Worton~ Grand prize package
2) Donna Di Massa
Holly Hirshberg

The fire safety dogs would like to invite their friends and fans Please take the survey titled "Fire Safety Dogs". Your feedback is important and will help us with our fire safety programming!

When you enter and fill out the survey in its entirety by December 2, 2011, your name will go into a drawing to win some prizes from our friends at First Alert and the Fire Safety Dogs. The drawing will be held by on December 3rd.

Grand prize winner will receive these First Alert products: A two-story escape ladder, Onelink Wireless Talking Battery Operated Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm and Tundra Fire Extinguishing Spray and from the fire safety dogs, the first edition of the award winning book, "Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog" and a "Pawtographed" picture from Tango the Fire Safety Dog and Siren the Fire Safety Dog.

Four runner-up winners will receive a First Alert Onelink Wireless Talking Battery Operated Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Tundra and a copy of the first edition of "Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog" from the fire safety dogs. We really need your input to help us know if we are making a difference! Thank you!

Please be sure to include your name and email in the survey somewhere to have your name put into the drawing. Click on the button below to begin!

Friday, November 18, 2011

Tango Tries Out the "Leash Locket"

Hi everyone! Tango here.

Today Firefighter Dayna asked me to try something new from our friends at "Leash Locket." I love checking out new things to help keep me safe, and this is something that I couldn't wait to try!

I was really excited to try it because I had seen it at BlogPaws and thought it was cool. Carrying around my own leash! How awesome it that?

First, momma attached the little strap my collar and then attached the leash locket (it is held in place by a strong magnet). It was light and held on very well!

After momma popped the leash locket off, she attached the clip onto my collar, like this:

Then we were all ready to go!

The leash on the leash locket was long enough to give me space. See the little black button? That is the "lock" button, so if mom doesn't want to let me get to far, she can make the leash the length that she wants.

Ta do! Nice, sporty and light! Momma really likes the portability of the leash locket and it fits right in your hand. The only thing that momma wishes that it would have had with it was a wrist strap in case I saw any squirrels. I could have pulled it right out of her hand if I had seen one of those old pesky squirrels. Fortunately, you can get an optional wrist attachment for your leash locket.

Here I am showing how far I could go with the leash.

Here I am posing while mom held the leash locket. It comes in different colors and I was so excited to try a red one!

Then, Siren had to get in on the fun. He was trying to take me for a walk. Silly Siren!

We give the Leash Locket a 3 1/2 out of 4 paws. It's light, its durable, and the best part is that when you purchase a Leash Locket, a portion of the proceeds goes to help abused animals. High Paw!

To learn more about the Leash Locket, visit their website at

Until next time, stay safe!