Hurricane’s come with some warning but experts agree when you have pets you should leave at the first signs there is danger coming. If you live anywhere where hurricanes are a threat you know that the roads can get congested with traffic, with everyone trying to evacuate and you don’t want to be stuck in your car with a stressed-out cat.
It’s easy to plan for peace of mind. A disaster is defined as “a sudden event, such as an accident or a natural catastrophe
Most of us love spending time outdoors with our furry friends during those long summer days. But it can get down right hot! By taking a few precautions,
What a year! We rescued and fostered some dogs, collected and delivered donations of pet supplies for the victims of the Camp Fire in CA, and volunteered over 200 hours with our therapy dogs
Many of us travel with our pets during the holidays. Here are some tips to help you maneuver through those holiday travel challenges.
The leaves are changing, and Fall is here! Here are just a few ideas to help keep your pets safe this season.
We want to take this opportunity to remind everyone that we all need to be prepared for any emergency, and that should include our pets.
This month, we were so excited to be featured on KUNR 88.7 Reno Public Radio and in The Northern Nevada Business View.
We started Pet Evac Pak because 91% of pet owners are not prepared for the next natural disaster (USA Today, 6/1/18). We want to provide pet owners with an emergency evacuation kit specifically designed for pets. Other kits are spin-offs of people kits, containing people products, or are packaged in buckets and briefcases. Our kits are focused on the pets, what they need and what their owner needs to take care of them.