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Safe Disaster

Did you know that 93% of Americans are unprepared for an emergency requiring multi-day survival…Are you prepared?

What can you do before Disaster Strikes?

Are you ready to be self sufficient for at least 3 days?

How well prepared are you personally if disaster strikes in Santa Clarita today? 

“In the months following the attacks of 9/11, significant focus was placed on the development of family emergency plans to prepare for subsequent disasters or acts of terrorism” …..Is your family prepared?

We are Tim and Jennifer Gibby, your local QuakeDog distributors based out of Santa Clarita. We offer the very best survival kit products available on the market today.  If you are reading this, then you realize that you need to prepare for the possibility that you might need emergency supplies at any given moment.  For this reason, we recommend that you keep emergency supplies in home as well as in the trunk of your car.  This way, you are always prepared. 

We recommend the purchase of a 1 or 2 person Deluxe kit.  The Essential kits are perfect for the trunk of your car; these can also sustain 1 or 2 people and both last up to 3 Days! All items are packed securely in our Hikers Backpack which contains extra space for your personal items. 

Our sincere interest is in your peace of mind.  Please contact us with any questions and concerns.  (661) 310-0388 or email us questions to

Santa Clarita has had its share of disasters. Will you be prepared for the next one.

Visit our website for a full list of products

Also, check out the KHTS “We Care” section for other great emergency information impacting Santa Clarita. Click here to find out the “7 Steps To Earthquake Safety.”

Safe Disaster

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