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33,000 Pet Oxygen Masks Donated and Counting: Seminole County Fire Department is Newest Recipient

Invisible Fence of Central Florida donates 20 pet oxygen masks to fire department in Oviedo on behalf of Invisible Fence® Brand’s Project Breathe™ Program
Seminole County, Fla. –  October 11, 2021 –   In honor of “Adopt a Shelter Dog Month” in October, Invisible Fence of Central Florida is donating 20 life-saving pet oxygen masks on October 11, 2021 to the Seminole County Fire Department (SCFD) to help reduce the number of pet fatalities. The donation is being made on behalf of Invisible Fence® Brand’s Project Breathe™ Program. Each year, it’s estimated more than 40,000 pets die in fires,most succumbing to smoke inhalation. Programs like Project Breathe are addressing this issue.

All 20 stations at the Seminole County Fire Department will receive a pet oxygen mask. SCFD has been using  pet oxygen masks since 2004.
“Thank you to Invisible Fence for its generous pet oxygen mask donation to our Seminole County Fire Department,” said Fire Chief Otto Drozd III. “Since 2004, the Seminole County Fire Department has been utilizing these specialty masks on our first response units. We know that pets are important family members and we want to ensure that they survive fires.”
“The Project Breathe™ Program goal is simple,” said Ed Hoyt, Director of Invisible Fence. “We want to ensure that every fire department and rescue unit across the U.S. and Canada are equipped with life-saving pet oxygen masks.”
Invisible Fence encourages people to contact your local fire department to find out if they have these pet-saving kits. Fire departments can request pet oxygen mask kit donations on its webpage. For additional information or questions, call 800-578-3647 or visit
About the Seminole County Fire Department (SCFD)
The Seminole County Fire Department proudly serves a county-wide population in Seminole County, Florida of more than 478,000 residents with 20 fire stations. SCFD provides emergency services to the unincorporated areas of the County and in the Cities of Altamonte Springs, Winter Spring and Casselberry. The Department has first response agreements in place with the Cities of Lake Mary, Longwood, Sanford and Oviedo. Follow SCFD on social on Facebook (@SCFD.1974)Instagram and Twitter
(@SCFDPIO). For more information, visit
About Invisible Fence® Brand
Invisible Fence pioneered the pet containment industry in 1973, making it their mission to provide safe boundaries inside and outside of the home. The Radio Systems Corporation® owned company predominantly sells pet containment, avoidance and access solutions across the U.S. and Canada. In addition to offering award-winning products like Boundary Plus® Technology, Authorized Dealers provide professional installation, Perfect Start™ Plus Training and integrated solutions that have protected more than three million pets to date. Invisible Fence also founded the Project Breathe™ Program in 2006, donating more than 33,000 pet oxygen masks to fire departments and first responders. For more information on Invisible Fence or to find a local dealer, visit or follow the company on Facebook.

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