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Extract from FREE 10 Tips to Survive the Apocalypse with your Dog



Let’s face it, the end of the world is going to stink. And if you can’t have your dog with you, it’s going to stink even more. Dogs have always had a soothing effect on humans. Having a bad day at work? The second you walk through that front door your dog is going to cheer you on into the house.


Okay, they'll cheer you straight into the kitchen to feed them, but they are always happy to see you and to tell you that everything is fine. But what if the world is ending and things aren't going to be fine.


The world may end in any number of ways - zombies, vampires, biological disaster, terrorism, alien invasion, killer clowns, resource depletion, climate change. Surviving any apocalypse is going to be that much easier with your faithful friend at your side, but you'll need to be prepared. Following are 10 tips to help you and your best friend survive the apocalypse.



But first,'ll need a bug out bag for you and your dog




bottles of water

first aid kit with tick remover and nail clippers

collapsible water bowl

dry dog food, food satchels, treats

toy to relieve boredom

length of rope to secure your dog

sleeping bag or blanket

doggie booties




sleeping bag

packaged food such a nuts, granola bars, dried fruit

bottles of water

charcoal filtration system to restock water supply

book or playing cards to relieve boredom

flashlight with spare batteries

weapon for protection and hunting

spare socks

fly and mosquito repellent

sunscreen and hat

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