Preparation for pets
- Keep your pets’ vaccinations up-to-date.
- Scan you pet's medical file into a portable flash drive. Most vets will NOT treat without a full medical history, beyond emergency treatment.
- Know where your pets can go whether it’s a friend or family member, pet-friendly hotel, animal shelter, or boarding facility.
- Place your contact information, including the name of an out-of-state contact on your pets’ ID tags, microchip registrations, and licenses.
- Prepare an emergency kit of leashes, collars, extra ID tags, water, food, medications, health records, and photos to prove ownership.
- Have on hand portable carriers large enough for your pets to stand and turn around in.
- Prepare a first-aid kit, including your vet contact information and an authorization to treat your pets.
- Gather any relief plans developed by your local Red Cross chapter; emergency management office; or police, fire, health, wildlife and agriculture departments so you know where to turn for specific resources.
- also see and download THIS BROCHURE
- Yes, we have covered this topic before BUT did you do it yet???
Don't count on FEMA. PETS are NOT their focus.
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