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October 4, 2017

If you cannot evacuate, designate a room in your home as a safety zone where you and your pets can stay together. 

a.  Close off nooks and crannies where pets may hide in your home.

b.  Remove dangerous tools or objects and chemicals out of the area.

c.  Bring pets indoor...

September 19, 2017

Step 3:  Evacuation Plan

a.  Buddy.  In case you not home, have a buddy pre-designated to check on your pet.  This could be a neighbor, friend, family member or pet sitter that has a key to your home.

b.  Shelters.  Many shelters can only take people, not pets....

September 12, 2017

Put Documents in Order

a.  Be sure your pet has an identification tag with your cell phone number and/or a microchip. Use your cell phone number because in an emergency the landlines may be down and you may not be at home.  Be sure the microchip is in your name. If your...

September 1, 2017

Do you have an emergency plan for your pets?  Make a plan for your pets if you have to leave in a hurry, like the Houston Hurricane.  This four part article will cover: getting your pet's records in order; how to put together an emergency kit for your pet; what to do i...

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