Natural Disasters & Your Pets

We usually prepare for a flood, hurricane, tornado, or weather-related incident with a go bag, but have you prepared for your pets.  Take a look at a couple of tips to consider:

  1. Create an emergency kit with food, medications, vet record, and an identification tag
  2. Pack your carry-crate so you pet is safe and ready for transport
  3. Know where to evacuate.  Most shelters won’t accept pets, so keep a pet-friendly list of hotels or facilities that allow for pet boarding. (Make sure you meet their requirements regarding shots and vet records)
  4. Have bottled water on hand.  Store a gallon of fresh water for each pet.
  5. Keep your flood insurance policy in a safe place.  

Need help with a flood policy, give the agency a call.

Source: Property/Casualty 360

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