Emergency Preparedness for Your Pet.
Consider gathering the following in kit for your Pet in case you must evacuate in a hurry.
Food – minimum of fourteen days supply stored in an airtight, waterproof container.
Water – minimum of fourteen days supply for each pet.
Bowls – for food and water.
First Aid Kit – Antibiotic ointment; flea and tick prevention; cotton bandage rolls, tape and scissors; latex gloves, isopropyl alcohol and saline solution. Pet Stress Relief Remedy. Basic Pet First Aid book can be helpful.
Leash and Collar with ID and rabies tags.
Medicines and medical records – include name and phone for current vet. Vaccination documents.
Sanitation – Litter and litter box, newspapers, paper towels, plastic trash bags and chlorine bleach (no scented or color safe bleaches or those with added cleaners.
Comfort Items – treats, toys and bedding.
Crate or other type of pet carrier – Should be large enough for your pet to stand, turn around and lie down.
Identification – Picture of you and your pet(s) should you become separated. Can include breed, age, sex, color and other identifying markers on the back.
Have your pet microchipped? Confirm that your contact information is current. Also include contact information for an emergency contact outside of your area.
Plan so that you never have to leave your pet behind.
Leaving your pet at home alone can place them in great danger.
Call your local emergency management office, animal shelter or animal control office to get advice and additional information.
Prep. Don’t Regret.
Include Your Pet.™