This PSA covers important information for pet parents living in areas that may be evacuated due to hurricanes or other natural disasters.
Hurricane Safety Tips for Dogs Infographic
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Keep your dog safe in a hurricane
If it’s not safe for you, it’s not safe for your dog!
If you receive an evacuation order, act quickly and leave as soon as possible with your pets.
- Check that collars and ID tags are securely fashioned.
- Bring crates that are big enough for your dog to stand up and lie down in comfortably.
- Take your pet’s veterinary records.
- Take enough food, water, and medication for your pets and you for several days.
- Know your local evacuation centers and call ahead to see if they accept pets.
- Drive carefully and turn around when you see standing water or downed trees on the road.