Lucky is the Preparedness Dog that also serves as KGH's mascot.
When we found Lucky in the animal shelter he didn't have a name. We were lucky to find him, so we named him Lucky. We brought him home and gave him a new mission. Lucky enjoys working in his community and helping others.
He serves. He protects. He teaches.
Some say that luck has nothing to do with preparedness. That may be true, but Lucky the Preparedness Dog certainly does!
KGH has assembled an extraordinary team of training, security, and preparedness experts to offer a Preparedness Review approach to assist organizations in navigating the myriad of security, emergency, and safety plans, regulations, compliance, and audit requirements.
The newest way Lucky is helping KGH teach others is through his Safety Activity & Coloring Book. The goals of the activities in the book are to help children learn a variety of safety tips and to teach listening skills so they can be prepared in any situation. One way Lucky does this is by teaching kids to harness their Safety Super Powers.
What are Safety Super Powers
Safety Super Powers are preparedness tips and skills distilled down to their simplest form and presented in a way that children can understand.
"When you need to run in an emergency your powers of Super Speed and Super Stealth are triggered. Super Speed allows you to be faster than any threat, but only activate this power when a teacher tells you to do so! It's important when you're running away from a threat that the bad guy doesn't see you, so you can activate your Super Stealth power to be extra quiet and escape a threat."
With these Super Powers activated you are a hero protecting yourself and those around you