Each year, house fires affect an estimated 500,000 pets, 40,000 of which die from smoke asphyxiation, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Every family should design an evacuation plan in the event of a fire and include your pets in the plan by designating one family member to be responsible for each pet.

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