Are there dividend stocks that are still safe?

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A recent surge in bond yields may pose a hurdle for dividend stocks, as the two often contend for investors' asset allocations.

In the past month, yields for Treasuries with long-term maturities have seen parabolic moves on inflation concerns.

Most notably, yields on the 30-year Treasury bond are up 17 percent in the past 30 days, trading at around 3 percent or the highest level this year.

CNBC Pro found five stocks that could be isolated from the rising bond yield threat due to strong fundamentals and a bright outlook for their dividends in the next three years.