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Four ways to include your pet in a disaster plan

September is National Preparedness Month – a month dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies. Disasters come in many shapes and forms, and you don’t always have time to plan before one strikes. That’s why it’s so important to prepare comprehensive plans in advance to keep your entire family safe – including your pets! Pets are a part of our families, but it’s easy to overlook their unique needs when developing a disaster plan for your family. In recognition of National Preparedness Month, we’ve detailed four helpful ways to include a pet in your disaster plan. Gather the essentials. Snacks are often at the top of any emergency pack list, but we often don’t think about getting food prepared for our pets! It’s a good idea to keep spare kibble or non-perishable food on hand for easy access in an emergency – either in storage bags, airtight containers or the original packaging. Pets also need plenty of fresh, clean water so be sure to store extra for them.   If your pet needs medicine, make... Read More

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