At PROTECTION PLUS ®, we’re committed to providing the utmost protection for your home and business and pet protection, helping to keep unwanted visitors and intruders out and keeping you and your family safe. However, here at PROTECTION PLUS ®, we’re also committed to helping to keep your pet protected and secure. And to do that, here are some ways to ensure your pets are safe and sound.

Identification tag

Whether it is a collar or a tag, make sure your pets wear an identification tag, allowing them to be identified and returned to you if they get lost. Also, put your home address and phone number on their label, giving someone a way to contact you if your pet is found. Don’t let a stranger claim your furry friend as their own,

Eat Right

Never give your pets chocolate. Chocolate candies contain a chemical called theobromine which is toxic to dogs. It can elevate their heart rate and even cause a seizure. Feeding your pets the right food is the best way to prevent health problems. Please don’t give them anything that’ll make them sick.

Get Out and Play

Your pets love to be out and about. Whether playing with the kids, laying in the shade or taking a walk, your pets must get daily exercise. Just like humans, a daily amount of activity keeps their hearts going and healthy.


For all pet owners, it’s vital to get their pets vaccinated to keep them safe and healthy from diseases and those around them. If at any time they fall sick, take them to the vet immediately. Also, habitually take your furry friend to the vet on a routine schedule. Put as much love, care and effort into keeping your pets safe as you do with your health.

As a pet owner, I am lucky to bring my dogs to work daily. A mid-day walk helps keep them healthy and gives me a break.

Enjoy your pets,

Allan ( Rocky & Brooklyn) and the team at PROTECTION PLUS ®

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Allan Baum
Security Industry veteran with over 30+ years in the industry. Founded family owned and operated Protection Plus in 1994 with his wife and has overseen its growth since. In addition to working with his wife and son, Allan has assigned the role of Chief Canine Officer to his trusted dog Waub, who joins him at the office every day.