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9/1/2020 (Permalink)

Our Pets are our Family Cat-Dog-Bird-Rodent-Reptile We love them and, since they can't fend for themselves, we must take care of them


If it’s not safe for you, it’s not safe for them either.

Very Important:  Place a PET ALERT on your door(s) and/or window(s).  This will aide the emergency personal in finding your pet(s). It is best to include the Pet description(s) (ex: breed, sex, color, weight), and a recent photograph for each of your pet(s)

To get started, familiarize yourself with the types of disasters that could affect your area and consider your options for providing care for your pet(s).

Disasters can happen without warning, so be prepared:

Prepare a disaster kit for your pet(s) with these items. Ask your veterinarian for help putting it together.

  • Make sure your pet(s) wear collars and tags with up-to-date contact information and other identification.
  • Contact information (cell phone, work phone, home phone) of owner and close relative or friends
  • Microchip your pet(s) – this is one of the best ways to ensure that you and your pet are reunited if you are separated. Always be sure to register the microchip with the manufacturer and keep your contact information up to date with the microchip company.
  • Purchase an appropriate-sized pet carrier for each of your pets (write your pet’s name, your name, and contact information on each carrier). Place bedding, blanket, or towel in carrier.
  • Keep a leash and/or carrier near the exit(s).
  • For dogs: plastic bags for poop
  • Medical records, including record of vaccination for rabies and other diseases, prescription medications, and medical history. Waterproof container for documents.

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