Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Welcome to Fire Safety Rocks!!

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I'm honored to be an American Humane Society Hero Dog Award "Emerging Hero Dog" Nominee & would appreciate your vote.

I'm honored to be a semi-finalist and hope to be a finalist so that I can help raise awareness of fire safety.

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Monday, April 21, 2014

Hydrant Training

Tonight I went to the fire station to learn all about hydrants. There were firefighters from our fire department and other fire departments there!

On the first and third Monday of every month, Firefighter Dayna and I go to the fire station for training. This week, we learned about how hydrants work and how to clean them. Firefighter Dayna already knew of this, but I didn't know a thing about hydrants, so I really enjoyed the training!

During the summertime, it's important to keep plants and weeds away from the fire hydrant to so that firefighters can find the hydrants (in rural areas). During the winter, keep all the snow away from it. 

Stay safe, and remember: Fire Safety Rocks!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Welcome Friends!

Happy Easter! What a wonderful thing to wake up to this morning: 2,300 friends! 

Welcome to all my new friends and thank you to those friends that have been following my journey to help keep children safe.

I'd like to give Brogan, Gizmo and the Dogington Post for sending their friends my way. Thank you!

If you haven't joined my Facebook yet, join HERE!

Stay safe! And, remember: Fire safety ROCKS!

New Flag Holders!

New flag holders thanks to our friend, Lucette!

These are some of the flags from the states that we have Skyped with school children from.

We need about 25 more flag holders so we can be ready to add more flags! 

We Skype with schools and organizations free of charge thanks to out corporate partners First Alert and State Farm.

Learn more about our Skype program at http://www.firesafetyrocks.com or http://www.firesafetydogs.com.


State Flags outside Sparkles' Clubhouse

Thank you, Lucette!