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Pawz Hero Award – Klein Volunteer Fire Department

Pawz Hero Award – Klein Volunteer Fire Department
Houston, TX (September 9, 2014) – Natural Pawz visited the Klein Volunteer Fire Department this week to award more Pawz Heroes! Last month, the Klein VFD rescued a cat that was suffering from smoke inhalation due to a garage explosion. They also received a donation of pet-sized oxygen masks from the Natural Pawz Pet Oxygen Program.

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Natural Pawz Donates 100 Pet Oxygen Masks to the Houston Fire Department

Houston, TX (September 12, 2014) – In a special ceremony at City Hall on September 24, Natural Pawz presented Mayor Annise Parker with a donation of 100 oxygen mask kits.  Each kit includes three different sizes of animal-appropriate oxygen masks, which deliver life saving oxygen more effectively than masks intended for human use.  These kits will now accompany firefighters on 100 HFD trucks, increasing the chances of animal survival in an emergency.

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Pawz Hero Award – Houston Fire Department Station 51-D

Pawz Hero Award – Houston Fire Department Station 51-D

Houston, TX (September 12, 2014) – Senior Capt. Gregory Leonard and the team at Houston Fire Department Station 51D received a Pawz Hero Award today for their amazing rescue of a dog that was brought to the station with her head stuck in a tire. “Lugnut” is now safe and happily chewing away at her new owner’s homework, thanks to their quick thinking and hard work. We love our firefighters!

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Natural Pawz Announces Fundraiser to Aid Pets In Need

Natural Pawz Announces Fundraiser to Aid Pets In Need
Houston, TX – (May 28, 2014) – Houston’s hometown family-owned pet supply store Natural Pawz, has announced their 4th annual “Pawz for a Cauze” fundraiser, set to launch June 1, 2014. The program hopes to raise at least $7,500 to purchase 100 pet oxygen masks. The masks will be distributed to various fire stations and emergency First Responders throughout Houston. Pet oxygen masks can be used on pets that have suffered from smoke inhalation during a house fire, or losing consciousness after exposure to toxic fumes.

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