Have you ever had to evacuate? If not you might not realize the panic that can set in. Don’t let this be your excuse… This will never happen to me or I will do it tomorrow, could be you don’t have the money right now? Well, let’s talk about why you should make a plan and have a go-bag ready for your pets.
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.
Wahoo! It’s National Pet Preparedness Month and we have a challenge for you! #petgobagchallenge
For those of you who have been procrastinating about how or what to put in your pet’s go-bag, we are here to save the day!
June is National Pet Preparedness Month and there is no better time than now to get your pets prepared.
There is a knock on your door and you have been instructed to evacuate and you only have moments. Are you prepared? What are you going to grab?
Earlier this month in our March Newsletter we compared the top 4 Dog to-go bags for emergencies. After all the responses we received, we wanted to give this a deeper dive into the good the bad and the ugly for each of these options.
We know they are coming. Disasters happen and we all hope it doesn’t happen to us.
I know most of us think it will never happen to me, or I will think about it tomorrow when I have more time or money. But let’s play the what if game: What if an emergency happens today and you’re not able to save your pet because you weren’t prepared?
In 2021 we sure had lots of time to spend on the internet. We can’t forget the Bernie meme wearing the mittens that went viral, including Bernie helping sell Pet Evac Pak’s on social media.
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