Most people do not plan for unexpected events. Disasters–natural or man-made–are totally unexpected events. With any disaster, planning is the key to survival and recovery.
While you are planning for your family's survival, remember
that your pets depend upon you. A disaster is as stressful to your pets as it is to you. The love shared with your pets can help reduce the stress of a disaster, for you, your family, and your pets.
You should prepare a disaster kit for your pets just as you prepare one for yourself. Your dog or cat should have a collar with a current license. Consider having an identification chip implanted in your pet. You can also discover the best animal rescue group through the web.
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The following list of items is the minimum that you should have for each animal.
Copies of current veterinary records
Extra dishes for food and water
A minimum 3-day supply of food and water
An extra supply of medications
Current photographs and records and other identification
A portable carrier
Leashes and a rope to construct a temporary dog run
Shelter from inclement weather
If you would like further information for surviving a disaster, get Survive Disaster and you can also visit internet for more information about pet saving.