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Pet Emergency Preparedness
Emergency Preparedness For Your Pet
Pet Emergency Plan
Your family emergency plan should include your pets, because they depend on you for their safety and well-being. It is important to plan to protect them in an emergency situation, as it greatly increases their chances of survival and reduces the fear and anxiety they will experience.
Different emergencies require different responses. In the case that you might have to evacuate your home, it is important that you have planned how to bring your pet to safety.
As much as circumstances allow, do not leave your pet at home if you are evacuating. Pets are helpless on their own and depend on you to keep them safe during a disaster.
Always bring your pet indoors at the first indicator of an emergency or when warned about stormy weather.
- Ensure that your pet has proper identification tags that indicate your name, address and phone number;
your pet’s name; contact information of veterinarian (name, address and phone number); and the phone number of an emergency contact person(s)
Contact hotels or motels outside of your immediate area to check policies on accepting pets and restrictions on number, size and species. Inquire if “no pet” policies could be waived during an emergency
Keep a list of “pet-friendly” places, including phone numbers, in your 72-hour Emergency Preparedness Kit
(-400.78KB). If you have notice of an impending disaster, call ahead for reservations
Ask friends, relatives or others outside the affected area whether they could shelter your pets – make sure that these are caregivers whom you can trust to take care of you pet if you are not able to stay with them
Start a buddy system between you and your neighbour or a friend who has pets and who lives close by to take care of each others' pets if the other is unable to get home in time during the disaster
Ask local animal shelters if they provide emergency shelter or foster care for pets in a disaster. Animal shelters may become overburdened caring for the animals they already care for and those displaced by a disaster, so this should be a last resort
Assemble a Pet Evacuation Emergency Kit, similar to your family’s 72-hour Emergency Preparedness Kit (-400.78KB)
- Your pet may react differently in a stressful situation and may panic, hide, try to escape or even bite or scratch
- Keep dogs leashed
- Transport cats in their carriers
- Do not leave your pets unattended
- In case you are not required to leave your home during the emergency situation, be sure to keep your pets close by and comfort them, as they be stressed
- Medications, vaccinations and medical records (stored in waterproof container) and a pet first-aid kit
- Sturdy leashes, harnesses and/or carriers to transport pet safely and ensure that it won’t escape
- Current photos of your pets, in case they get lost
- Food, treats, potable water, bowls, cat litter/pan and can opener
- Information on feeding schedule, medical conditions, behaviour problems and the name and number of your veterinarian, in case you have to foster or board your pets
- Pet beds and toys, if easily transportable
- Compostable pet litter bags
- Blanket for scooping up a frightened pet