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 Make sure you are prepared with...

  • Identification (also for getting back  to your house) for travel if evacuated 
  • Photos of you & your pet together
  • any medication you or your pet are on (get scripts if needing to travel) 
  • Copy of medical/vaccination records from Veterinarian or your pet portal
  • Registered Microchip Implant w/ tag or info (available at EAC)
  • Plenty of food & Water
  • First Aid Kit 

Most importantly, make sure you HAVE A PLAN!  

Please call us if you want more information or need any help planning for a storm with your pet!

 

 

Your PET PORTALS are ready on our website!  (see below left)

If we have your email, you have a portal. 

Come check it out & let us know what you think!


 


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