With September coming up as national emergency preparedness month, some tips that people should remember include having a first aid kit, store water, know where your family is, have extra batteries and flashlights, store food that doesn’t require cooking (and get a hand can opener), and never drive through standing water on the street. Choosing an AAHA accredited veterinary practice for your pet's medical care assures you that the practice has the facilities, equipment, staff, and medical protocols required for high quality care. Knowing how to prepare for a potential disaster is essential to keeping your family organized and safe.

Start with friends or family members who live nearby and can reach you or your pets quickly. Fill a backpack with at least two weeks’ worth of food for your pets and plan for at least a gallon of water per day, per pet.
Make sure they have keys, necessary codes or other information to access your home, grab the pets and evacuate.

Our pets always depend on us to keep them safe, but this need is even more critical when dangerous weather posesĀ a threat.

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