If you have to evacuate, take your pet with you, and make plans ahead of time.
If you stay in a shelter make sure that pets are welcome there.
Make sure your pets are up-to-date on their shots and their tags.
Make sure your pet is micro-chipped along with medical information.
Bring medical documents, vaccination records, and pet a photo.
Bring two weeks of any medication and heartworm flea/tick preventatives that your pet is on and put it in a sealed airtight plastic container.
Bring a pet first aid kit in the event your dog or cat is injured.
Bring medical adhesive, tape, gauze, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment, an oral syringe, disposable gloves, scissors, and a muzzle.
Collars with your pet name.
Bring pee pads with you.
Bring a carrier or cage with labeled pet's name, breed, sex, age, and current address with phone number.
Have more than one slip leash. These leashes are helpful if you have to move your pet quickly.
Have two weeks of pet food in a sealed container, water bottles, and bowls.
Bring a can opener for can food.
Bring pet bedding, treats, and toys all of these things will reduce their stress.
Professional Pet Sitting Services offered in the Upper to Mid-Pinellas County Area