Find a Safe Haven for Evacuation

If it isn’t safe for you, then it isn’t safe for your pets. Do not leave your pets behind.

Keep a list of nearby pet-friendly hotels or ask a close friend if your pets can stay with them. If you’ll need to stay in a shelter, it’s important to remember that pets usually aren’t allowed in these facilities. Our veterinarian can provide you with a list of boarding facilities and even animal shelters that accept pets during emergencies.

Emergency Supplies for Your Pet

It’s good to have a bag of emergency supplies and provisions ready to go for your pet, so you’ll be ready should an emergency and evacuation order strike.

When packing emergency pet supplies, plan for the worst. Assume you won’t be able to return home for several weeks. Bring food, water, medications, and everything your pet needs like a carrier, bedding, litter, food and water bowls, toys, an extra leash, and ID tags.

It’s also important to keep a copy of your pet’s vaccination records in your emergency kit in case you need proof of vaccination.

Microchip Your Pets

Your pet should always have a collar and ID tags, but a microchip will come in extra-handy in the event of a chaotic emergency situation. If your pet happens to go missing, ID tags can easily become lost. A pet microchip serves as a form of permanent identification and will increase the odds of being reunited with a lost pet.

Schedule a Pet Microchipping Appointment in the Comfort of Your Home

Capital Home Veterinary Clinic’s mobile veterinarians make it easy to get all the care you need for your pet. If your pet’s anxious about visiting a veterinary clinic or if it’s difficult for you to bring your pet into a veterinary hospital, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our mobile veterinarians. We’ll bring all the care your pet needs – including pet microchips – to your doorstep.

To learn more, schedule an appointment, or get more information about preparing your pets for an emergency, we welcome you to contact us today.