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February 15, 2003
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Links to sites that sell gas masks, potassium iodate, body suits, readiness kits and more:

After I posted a story about an Israeli vet who invented a gas mask for dogs (click here for the original article), I have received a few requests from American pet owners who are interested in purchasing the kits. The Israeli vet, Dr. Kishon, seems to only serve Israel, so I did some research and found the following site:


Here are some sites that are not only related to pets, but will also help you protect yourself. These sites sell gas masks, potassium iodate, body suits, readiness kits and more:

http://www.healthywealthyandwise.net/shop/list.html?categ=2 http://www.bt.cdc.gov/ http://www.safetysquare.com/home.html http://areyouprepared.com/security_and_protection.html http://www.kio3.com/

Faster please.

Posted by David Melle at February 15, 2003 02:47 PM

Do you think the sale of gas masks etc. increase safety or just increase fear? The question is I suppose how effective the items would be in a real situation.


Posted by: Rodney on March 26, 2004 12:19 PM
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