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Emergency Kit for Pets

 

Earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, floods and basic first aid

MetPet.com Staff Writer

If you live or vacation in an area that is prone to acts of nature, it's a good idea to keep a backpack or duffel with the basic necessities of life in the front closet or in the car trunk.  This is in addition for a similar kit for the humans in your life.

Everyone in the household should know where the kit is, what is in it and how to use everything inside. 

- First Aid Kit for Pets

- Up to date medical history including vaccination information and any chronic conditions and treatments if not already included in your first aid kit for pets.

- Up to date ID chip information with the 800 number of the chip registry if not already included in your first aid kit for pets.  If you've moved recently, make sure to update the registry with your new address and phone number.

- 1/2 gallon of water per pet per day for a large dog.  1/4 gallon of water per pet per day for a small dog or cat.  Water bowl.

- Bag or container for kibble.  Kibble doesn't keep forever so chances are that simply having a container or bag that can be filled with a week's worth of kibble on short notice will be sufficient.  By keeping kibble in the same cupboard as the canned food will remind you to grab a week's worth of canned food as well.

- Hard sided, soft sided or wire carrier with a cushioned bed and blanket already inside.  The carrier should have a laminated paper which includes your name, your address, your phone number and your pet's name placed inside the carrier.  As an alternative, tape a plastic bag with the information inside to the inside of the carrier.

- Collar, WalkingJacket or Harness with Leash.  This is not the time to search all around the house for these unless you can keep them in the same closet as your emergency kit.

Once you have these basics, you're ready to go at a moment's notice!  Note that some Red Cross chapters have pet emergency classes. 
 

 
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