Pet Tip #33

Pet Tip #33

If you own a dog it is a good idea to keep a leash tied around the door handle of every exit door in your house. That way if you need to evacuate quickly you will still have your dog under control. Watch for more disaster tips for pet owners here. Have a Pet ? Have a...
Pet Disaster Tip #32 – Water

Pet Disaster Tip #32 – Water

Stock your shelter in place kit with at least a week’s supply of water for every pet. It is best to plan for four litres of water per animal, per day — two for drinking and two for food preparation, spillage, cleaning, etc. You might consider the addition of water...
Pet Disaster Tip #15 – Dog Crates

Pet Disaster Tip #15 – Dog Crates

Crates are important in emergencies as well as in dog training. Once you have accustomed your dog to sleeping in his crate at home you can help him adjust to new circumstances in the event of a disaster by setting up his crate in different environments before there is...
Preparing your Dog’s Grab and Go Bag

Preparing your Dog’s Grab and Go Bag

Each dog should have it’s own Emergency Kit and supplies. You will need the following: 1. Dog Carrier (for small breeds) or Folding Kennel 2. Collar (spare) 3. Leash (never leave your dog unleashed during an evacuation no matter how well trained they are) 4....