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Smokey Paws - Saving Lives of UK Pets


Smokey Paws Ltd, London, EC1V 2NX, united-kingdom

Phone: 0203 195 3892


Street Address
Apartment, Building, Floor
Kemp House
152 City Road
Post Code
United Kingdom


If your pet is caught in a house fire, our oxygen masks are proven to save pets’ lives. The next pet saved could be yours.

With your help, non-profit Smokey Paws gives specially designed pet oxygen masks to the UK fire services.

Our oxygen masks are specifically designed to provide essential care to pets on the scene of a house fire.

Made in three sizes to fit all animals that we commonly keep in the UK, we want to ensure that no matter what animal is your best friend, that they’ll be safe.

Smokey Paws is distributing our masks to emergency services across the country to save as many lives as possible.  

Smokey Paws is always grateful for the help of people just like you. There are many ways in which you can help our work towards saving more and more pets’ lives.
You can get involved and volunteer, increase awareness and donate to our cause.


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