A Disaster Plan for Pets Whether it's a disaster or an emergency, planning ahead will save valuable time-and keep your pets safe. The following tips will help you be prepared:
Pet Kennels and Bedding: Familiar bedding can reduce pet's stress. Kennels can shield pets from noise, curious onlookers and prevent pets from fleeing. Reach Out To Friends: Who would be willing to shelter your pet in an emergency? Make arrangements ahead of time.
Find A Pet Friendly Hotel: Keep a list of at least three pet friendly hotels outside of your immediate area in your pet's go-bag.
Locate A Shelter That Accepts Pets: Not all evacuation centers accept pets so research shelter options in your area.
Vaccines And Medical Records: Keep info and current vaccination records in your pet's go-bag.
Prepare a “Grab & Go” bag Keep a bag filled with at least a 5 day supply of these essential pet supplies in a readily accessible area
Pet Food Feeding bowls Bottled water Pet medications Collar with tags
Leash, and/or rope Pet Toys Current vaccine records Litter box/waste bags List of contacts
Gunbarrel Veterinary Hospital 4636 N. 55th Street Boulder, CO 80301 Phone: 303-530-2500 Fax: 844-273-9514 email@example.com
Hospital Hours Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 7:45AM to 5:30PM Tuesday & Thursday: 7:45AM to 7:00PM Saturday: 8:00AM to 12:00PM Sunday: Closed