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Before you Breed

 

PET EVACUATION DISASTER PLAN

1. Have your animal evacuation and first aid kit ready and in a specific, easy-to-access location.

2. Practicing crating your pet. It will be less stressful for both of you if you have to evacuate.

3. Keep written directions to your home, near your phone. This will help you to explain to emergency responders exactly how to get to your home.

4. Identify alternate sources of food and water. This is in case you are unable to leave your home and need to wait to be rescued.

5. Keep your vehicles full of gas.

6. Have emergency cash on hand.

7. If possible, have an emergency generator.

 

PET EVACUATION KIT 

  1. In a water proof container or plastic bag, keep the following information:

         An emergency contact list.

         A map of your local area and alternate evacuation routes, in case of road closures.

         A copy of your pet’s medical health records including a current vaccination record.

         A copy of microchip information.

         A copy of AKC or other registration papers for proof of ownership.

         Several photos of you and your pet and just your pet with contact information. These can be used to identify you as the owner and for fliers should your pet go missing or was taken to a shelter.

         A list of pet friendly hotels.

         Instructions for diet for each pet, including allergies.

         Instruction for medications, vet and pharmacy information for refills.

2.      Flea/tick preventative and heartworm preventative.

3.      2 weeks supply of food for each pet.

4.      2 weeks supply of water for each pet.

5.      Treats.

6.      Food and water bowls.

7.      Bedding.

8.      Radio.

9.      Flashlight.

10. Batteries.

11. Manual can opener.

12. Familiar items to make pets feel comfortable.

13. Extra collar with tag and an extra leash.

14. Harness (to attach to seat belt).

15. Newspapers.

16. Leather gloves.

17. Soft muzzle.

18. Spoon.

19. Towel.

20. Shampoo.

21. Duct tape.

22. Paper towels.

23. Stakes and/or tie-out.

24. Trash and poop bags.

25. Plastic bags.

26. Crate or carrier, labeled with contact information.

27. Litter, litter pan, scoop.

28. Pet first aid kit.

PORTABLE PET FIRST AID KIT 

  1. Water-proof storage container for kit
  2. List of your pet’s resting heart rate and dosage need for each medication in kit. Know your pet’s normal temperature.
  3. Note pad and pen to write down temp, breathing rate, or other information that will be helpful to your veterinarian (when you gave medication and how much).
  4. Digital thermometer.
  5. Extra leash (can be used as a muzzle or to put under pet to pick it up).
  6. Leather gloves.
  7. Antiseptic/anti-bacterial cleansing wipes/Isopropyl alcohol pads.
  8. Activated charcoal (liquid).
  9. Anti-diarrhea (liquid or tablets).
  10. Hydrogen peroxide.
  11. Ear cleaner.
  12. Generic benedryl.
  13. Saline solution (sterile, can be used for flushing wounds and eye wash).
  14. Liquid dish detergent (mild wound/body cleanser).
  15. Gentocin spray.
  16. Skin glue.
  17. Styptic powder (clotting agent).
  18. Antibiotic eye ointment (note expiration date).
  19. Sterile lubricant (water based).
  20. A sock (foot wrapper).
  21. Latex gloves.
  22. Electrolyte powder (add to water on hot days), i.e. Pedialyte.
  23. Emergency space blanket.
  24. Pen light.
  25. Measuring spoons.
  26. Bottled water.
  27. Medicated balm.
  28. Flexible bandage.
  29. Gauze pads (non-adherent) and rolls.
  30. Bandage scissors (to cut gauze and to clip hair around wounds).
  31. Bandage tape.
  32. Vet wrap.
  33. Syringes and eye dropper.
  34. Disposable razor (to shave wounds).
  35. Wood splints (paint stirrers or ice cream sticks).
  36. Paper towels.
  37. Wash cloth and a towel.
  38. Plastic baggies (can be put on leg wound to keep dry).
  39. Small cold pack and small hot pack (self activating).
  40. Cotton swabs.
  41. Antibiotic ointment/packets.
  42. Tweezers.
  43. In a water proof container or plastic bag, keep the following information:

        -An emergency contact list, including your vet’s number or emergency clinic’s number.

        -A copy of your pet’s medical health records including a current     vaccination record.

        -A copy of microchip information.

        -A copy of AKC or other registration papers for proof of ownership.

        -Several photos of you and your pet and just your pet with contact information.


 

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