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Pets Emergency Kits

Pets Emergency Kits



In times of crisis, it's natural for us to prioritize the safety and well-being of our family members. And for many of us, our pets are an integral part of that family. Just like we prepare emergency kits for ourselves, it's equally important to have Pets Emergency Kits ready for our beloved four-legged companions. These kits can be a lifesaver during unforeseen disasters or emergencies. Here's how you can create a pet emergency kit that ensures your furry friends are safe and well-cared for.

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Being Prepared: Your Pet's Emergency Kit

Our selection of pet kits contain recommended items to help keep your pet alive and happy during a disaster. The contents have the same 5 year shelf life as the human kits but with a special emphasis on your dog's or cat's health and safety.

You might be prepped to help sustain yourself and your family during a disaster, but what about your pets? As you would normally stock up on pet food and water for them, don't forget other preparations such as first aid or long term pet food in case you aren't able to get pet food in time of an impending disaster. Our pet emergency kits can be left at home or taken on the road in case of a bug-out situation. Containing the basic items to keep your cat or dog safe and healthy during a disaster, these kits include food with a shelf life of five years as well as standard first aid items for addressing injuries.

While you prepare to survive any potential disaster don't forget to include your four-legged family members in your emergency preparedness strategy, with our pet emergency kits containing pet-focused long term food and first aid supplies. 

Why Pets Emergency Kits Matter:

  • Peace of Mind: Knowing you have a well-prepared Pets Emergency Kit can provide peace of mind in stressful situations.
  • Rapid Evacuation: During evacuation, you may not have time to gather pet supplies. Having a kit ready can save precious minutes.
  • Comfort for Your Pet: Familiar items can provide comfort to your pet in unfamiliar surroundings.

What Goes into a Pets Emergency Kit:

1. Food and Water:

  • Pack sufficient emergency food for dogs and emergency food for cats to last at least three days.
  • Don't forget to include collapsible bowls for food and water.
  • Rotate food supplies periodically to ensure freshness.

2. Essential Supplies:

  • Prepare emergency kits for dogs and emergency kits for cats with the following items:
  • Leash and harness.
  • A sturdy carrier or crate for safe transport.
  • Litter and a litter box for cats.
  • Plastic bags for waste disposal.

3. Pet First Aid:

  • Assemble a comprehensive pet first aid kit that includes:
  • Bandages, gauze, and adhesive tape.
  • Antiseptic wipes.
  • Tweezers for removing splinters or ticks.
  • Scissors and a digital thermometer.

4. Identification and Documentation:

  • Ensure your pet's ID tag is up-to-date with your contact information.
  • Include recent photos of your pet for identification purposes.
  • Store important documents like vaccination records and medical history in a waterproof container.

5. Comfort Items:

  • Include your pet's favorite toys, blankets, or bedding to provide comfort during stressful times.
  • A familiar item can help reduce anxiety in an unfamiliar environment.

6. Medications and Medical Supplies:

  • If your pet requires medications, keep a supply in the kit.
  • Add any specific medical supplies recommended by your veterinarian.

7. Emergency Contact Information:

  • Keep a list of important phone numbers, including your veterinarian and local animal shelters.
  • Include a list of pet-friendly hotels or shelters in your area.

8. Pet Emergency Evacuation Kit:

  • Create a separate "pet go-bag" for quick evacuation. This should contain essential items, like food, water, and medication, in a portable bag.

Remember to periodically check and update your Pets Emergency Kit. Ensure that it remains relevant to your pet's needs and the changing seasons. In times of crisis, having a well-prepared pet emergency kit can be the difference between keeping your furry family member safe and ensuring their well-being during challenging times. Prioritize your pet's safety by taking proactive steps today!

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