Preparing your Pets and Service Animals for Emergencies
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Preparing Makes Sense for Your Pets and Service Animals.
Get Ready Now.
Ready America Resources for Pets and service animals: Website
The United Animal Nations provides disaster tips and supply kits:
Dogs »»» Cats »»» Horses »»» Reptiles / Amphibians »»»
Additional preparedness tips from the Humane Society for horses and farm animals.
Additional web sites:
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
Pet Preparedness Forum
Participate in the conversation by joining the United Animal Nation’s Pet Preparedness Forum . 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.