JULY Newsletter 2017
A guide to emergency preparedness for your pet
During these festive months, we don’t want to rain on your parade. But to ensure your holiday remains a happy one, your friends in pet health recommend adding several items to your disaster kit. Don’t have a disaster kit yet? There is no time like the summer and its volatile weather to get started. Consider your pet when preparing for emergencies by:
  • Understanding their favorite hiding places. When time is of the essence, you’ll know where to look for them.
  • Pack enough food, water, and bowls to last three days in the event of an evacuation.
  • Paper towels, disposable bags, disinfectants, litter, and newspaper allow for hygienic waste disposal and are necessary for any disaster kit.
  • Extra collars, tags, harnesses, and leashes should be included and, yes, kitty needs these items, too.
  • Don’t forget a two-week supply of medications, copy of current prescriptions, and first-aid
  • Label all sturdy crates and carriers with your pertinent info.
A lot of people are on your side when the worst strikes. But a little planning goes a long way to smooth the transition during a trying time.

Cyrill B.

"Great service, great prices. The staff is very friendly and my dog is well taken care of whenever she has an appointment! This has been my animal hospital for about 3 years now!"
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