When a disaster strikes—whether it’s a natural disaster like an earthquake, hurricane, or flood, or a chemical spill or another man-made event—it’s best to be prepared. That gives you and your family, including your pet, the best chance of staying safe! Learn more here from a veterinarian Marietta, GA.
It’s all too easy for a pet to get lost in the hustle and bustle of emergency evacuations. Keep Fido or Fluffy properly identified with ID tags around the collar, an updated microchip, or both at the same time.
Set up a “go bag” just for your pet. Include canned food and a can opener, water bottles, food and water dishes, a leash and collar, a first-aid kit for pets, and a soft blanket. If you have to leave home in a hurry, this bag can prove invaluable!
Make a Plan
Have a plan ahead of time for evacuation. Research animal shelters and vet’s offices along your route out of town. Check with family and friends who live elsewhere to see if they would be willing to take you and your pet in after a disaster strikes.
For more tips, contact your animal hospital Marietta, GA.