Make plans ahead of time for your pet.
If you must evacuate your pet should go with you.
Keep your pet inside during a hurricane.
Have a picture of your pet with you at all times.
Collar with up-to-date tags.
Microchip your pet in the event it gets lost.
Have two weeks' worth of pet food in a sealed container, bring canned food and a can opener, bottled water, and bowls.
Bring a carrier with your pet's name, breed, sex, age current address.
Bring more the one leash.
Bring pee pads.
Bring two weeks' of medication in a plastic container, including heartworm and flea/tick preventatives.
Bring pets bedding, toys, and treats.
Bring a pet first aid kit in case your pet gets injured. Include styptic powder to stop bleeding. Tweezers, small blunt-end scissors, medical adhesive, tape gauze antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment, a digital thermometer, an oral syringe, clean cloths, disposable gloves, and a muzzle.
Bring vaccination records and medical documents of your pet.
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