All About Pet Safety

Welcome! On this page, you will find a number of printable worksheets about pet safety, as well as the basics of cat and dog body language. At the very end, you can take our bite prevention pledge!

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Safety Around Animals

It’s always a good idea to keep your wits about you when animals are around, whether you’re taking a hike, or keeping cozy in your home. This printable page is a great place to start when it comes to safe animal encounters!

 

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Cat Tail Tales

What is that cat tail telling you? Each tail movement that cats make says something about what they’re thinking. This printable page can clue you in to some tell-tale tails, so you can be well on your way to reading your kitty!

 

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Fabulous Felines

Cats can do some pretty amazing things! If you’ve ever wondered about some of the peculiar habits and characteristics of your kitty, check out this printable page to find some answers!

 

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How to Greet a Dog

You might think that you’re being friendly when you run up to a strange dog to give him a hug, but think again! Dogs have different things they like and things they are afraid of, just like humans. It’s important that, when you meet a dog for the first time, you introduce yourself in a way that they think is polite. To learn what to do, check out this printable page!

 

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Canine Body Language

Just because a dog doesn’t say words, it doesn’t mean that they can’t tell you how they feel. Dogs are great communicators, but instead of using their voices, they use their bodies to let you know how they are feeling. Check out this printable page to find out some of the things your dog might be trying to tell you.

 

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Bite Prevention Safety Pledge

Animal bites are bad news! Now that you’ve learned some Pet Safety basics, sign our Pledge to do whatever it takes to stay safe while having fun.

 

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