Category Archive: Emergency Prepardness

Nov 24

Thanksgiving Travelers Facing Tougher Security Measures

Even passengers with TSA Pre-Check might be asked to go through standard checks. Remember that TSA and the U.S. State Department and Homeland Security are trying to keep all of us safe. So do you part, be patient and cooperate when asked to do something you would not normally be asked to do for everyone’s …

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Nov 24

U.S. State Department Issues ‘Worldwide’ Travel Alert

People traveling by air, bus, train and car need to be extra careful during this holiday season. Keep contact information on you and your Service Dogs while traveling. Carry food and supplies in case of longer delays or unexpected emergency situations.

Nov 22

Ellie and I Love JetBlue! Do You Have a Favorite Airlines?

Our JetBlue Favorite Things List” They do not require you to purchase a ticket before being transferred to a “Special Assistant Coordinator” to secure a desired seat for you and your service dog, because…(see number 2) Any phone ticket agent can help book your flight and get your desired seats. You can book on the phone …

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May 10

New Exciting Additions Coming Soon to K9 Wings Seminars!

  New exciting additions will be added to our K9 Wings Service Dog Airport Training Seminars that will turn it into a 2 day event packed with even more important information, education and training for Service Dog Teams. Stay tune………..

Jan 12

Emergency Preparedness

Whatever modes of transportation we choose to use when we travel with our Service Dog, we need to be prepared for the possibility of encountering an incident of being injured and/or faced with being involved in an emergency evacuation. A great way to be prepared is to gain knowledge and skills through becoming certified in “Pet CPR, First-Aid …

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