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Storm Tips for Pets (Part 2)

7/11/2016 (Permalink)

 AS promised, here is part 2 of our series storm tips for pets. We hope you find this useful!!!

If you evacuate, take your pet

Rule number one: If it isn't safe for you, it isn't safe for your pets. You have no way of knowing how long you'll be kept out of the area, and you may not be able—or allowed—to go back for your pets. Pets left behind in a disaster can easily be injured, lost or killed.


Pledge to take your pet with you when disaster strikes.

Rule number two: Evacuate early. Don't wait for a mandatory evacuation order. Some people who have waited to be evacuated by emergency officials have been told to leave their pets behind. The smell of smoke or the sound of high winds or thunder may make your pet more fearful and difficult to load into a crate or carrier. Evacuating before conditions become severe will keep everyone safer and make the process less stressful.

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