Don’t Forget Your Pets

Don’t Forget Your Pets

It’s that time of year where traveling, shopping, and stressing over family gatherings are a typical thing. With this being a stressful time, folks often forget about their furry companions.

For starters, Christmas trees and pets can be a dangerous combination. Cats have a tendency to chew, and play with the ornaments and tree. If a tree isn’t anchored properly, it can fall over and do some serious damage.

Tinsel can also be a hazard for pets as well. With tinsel being shiny, pets may be tempted to try to eat it. Cats and dogs are thrilled to chew bits and pieces of the glittering decoration. The same applies to having holly or mistletoe in the house as well. Both holly and mistletoe are poisonous to your pets, so you may want to opt for the fake kind.

Try to avoid over feeding p...

Bail Is a Good Thing

Bail Is a Good Thing

The thought of bailing a friend or family member out of jail terrifies a lot of people. No one wants to think of their loved one stuck behind bars. However, you would think that bailing someone out of jail would make people happy. After all, by posting bail, they are rescuing their loved one from incarceration.

Posting bail can be really easy, and cheap, when you come to Bail Bonds in Montara. We make bailing someone out of jail simple, and we do that at an affordable price. If you need to bail a friend or family member out of jail, you will not find better bail bond help anywhere else in the state of California.

Our professional bail agents have been helping Californians for years. They receive training every other year to keep them at their very best...

What to Do During an Earthquake

What to Do During an Earthquake

As residents of California, it is important for all of us to be prepared for an earthquake at any moment. After all, many of us live very close to the San Andreas Fault. Earthquakes can occur at any moment, and be truly devastating. This is why it is important that we all know what to do when an earthquake strikes.

If you are indoors when an earthquake strikes, you need to find a sturdy piece of furniture and get beneath that. Be sure to cover your head and neck with your hands and arms as best as you can. Do not stand in a doorway, since these are not typically any stronger than any other wall in the building. Be sure to stay away from windows or other glass objects that could shatter and break...