Choose an emergency contact who lives close to you so they can get to your residence quickly.
Once you figure out who your ideal Emergency Contact is, get their permission to be used as a point of contact.
Talk to your emergency contact about any special instructions that may assist them in looking after your pets & loved ones until long term help arrives. Medication? Feedings? Make sure they know where everything is and how to provide the care you expect.
If you don’t drive, make sure you have one of our tags on your house keys.
Make sure our key tag is on a separate key ring than other key tags (like library tags or points tags) so that it will be easily visible to first responders.
Our packages come with 2 (two) wallet cards. We suggest placing one in the glove compartment of your vehicle.
Always keep a wallet card in your wallet, purse, backpack, fannypack or whatever bag you carry with you.
Don’t take chances with those you love!
Whether it’s pets, children, an elderly parent or you just want the piece of mind of having emergency contact information with you,
we have packages for every situation to put your mind at ease.