Please click on the links below to download important resources for pet disaster preparedness!
An In Case of Emergency Form for your pets. Make sure your family knows where to find this information, and keep it safe and in a handy place, like on the fridge or near a telephone.
Pet Emergency Kit Checklist
Every family should have an emergency supply kit to bring with them in case of evacuation. Your pets should have one too!
If your family is asked to evacuate your home, don’t leave your pets behind. If your pet’s emergency caregiver is unable to provide a safe haven, use this boarding guide to make arrangements for your pet if you must stay in an emergency shelter. Remember, not all emergency shelters will accept pets!
Click above to download the September 2011 Companion Connection. This issue was devoted to disaster preparedness and pets in disaster, in honor of recent flooding and September as National Preparedness Month.