Are you prepared to evacuate with your pets? Where will you go? What can you expect when you arrive at a shelter
Sometimes the idea of restraining your dog with a muzzle can be unsettling. You might wonder if they can eat, drink or even breath with one on. We often associate it with bad behavior and being used on “aggressive” dogs.
It’s a new year and just like changing the batteries in your smoke detector, it’s time to pull out your pet’s go-bag to make sure you have everything you need and check the expiration dates.
What would you do if you were responsible for hundreds if not thousands of animals during a disaster?
Do I need an Emergency Pack for my pet if I already have a travel bag? The answer is yes! Let’s dive into some of the differences and why you might need both.
When we think of pet safety we typically think of veterinary visits, diet, training, exercise and a secure safe place for them to live.
Well, it seems like a simple thing. If I have time maybe I can throw it in a grocery bag, If, not then what, grab your pet and its food and get out or get down to the basement and wait for the event to pass?
As I sit here writing the BLOG today, I have to wonder why most people don’t have an emergency plan. We are just now seeing the devastation from Hurricane Ian in Florida with both people and pets being rescued and it’s now making its way up to the Carolina coast. What are you waiting for?
Do you have an emergency plan and know where you will stay? Maybe you can stay at a friend’s house, or a hotel. Maybe a shelter is your only option.
Are your pets travel-ready?
What does value look like to you?