September is National Preparedness Month, and it’s essential to have a plan for your pets in case of an emergency. If you haven’t made an emergency plan for your furry family members yet, now is the time to do it. Pet Evac Pak can help you prepare for any emergency situation that may arise with your pets. Here are the top seven tips to help you with your pet’s emergency plan:

  1. Stay Informed
  2. Have a buddy system if you’re not home
  3. Know your evacuation routes
  4. If you’re bugging in, have your pet’s emergency supplies stored in your safe room or basement
  5. Have your pet microchipped and records up to date
  6. Make sure your pet is socialized, crate trained, and can walk on a leash
  7. Have a dedicated pet emergency kit for your pet ready that includes food, water, bowls for food and water, basic first aid, slip lead or collar or harness and leash, ID tag, LED Clip-on night light, warming blanket, waste disposal bags, 5-days of medication and their shot records and for cats don’t forget the litterbox, litter, and scoop. Enough for a minimum of 72 hours.

Building a pack can cost you well over $100 if all the items are purchased separately. Our Pet Evac Pak’s start at $67 and are designed to make preparing for an emergency with your pets easy and affordable and come with 5-year shelf-life food and water. Don’t leave your furry family members behind in an emergency, get prepared with Pet Evac Pak.

Remember FEMA and the Red Cross will be there for you, but who will be there for your pets? No one can plan for your pet’s like you can. Make it a priority and make a plan today.

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