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Preparing your Pets and Service Animals for Emergencies


Preparing Makes Sense for Your Pets and Service Animals.


Get Ready Now.

Ready America Resources for Pets and service animals:
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The United Animal Nations provides disaster tips and  supply kits:

Dogs »»» A dog in a field  Cats »»» A cat in a feild Horses »»» Horses peering over a fence Reptiles / Amphibians »»» A lizard on a rock

Additional preparedness tips from the Humane Society for horses and farm animals.


Preparedness Brochures


Additional web sites:


Additional Resources:

Are you really ready?

The Humane Society of the United States has developed a readiness quiz to put your pet preparedness level to the test.


Ready.gov list of suggested supplies


Emergency Preparedness and Service Animals


Brochures:


Pet Preparedness Forum

Participate in the conversation by joining the United Animal Nation’s Pet Preparedness Forum link opens in a new window. The forum is designed to provide you with a place to share personal preparedness tips that you use, or share ideas about developing your community disaster plan so it includes a plan for animals.

Traveling with your pet?

TRIPSwithPETS.com provides information that makes traveling with pets easier to do. They maintain a list of pet-friendly airline policies and also offer pet travel tips for the air.


Pet-friendly accommodations: