Hurricane Tips for Pets Advertisements Be Prepared Have plenty of pet food and water available. Have pet carriers out and on standby in case of an emergency evacuation. Don’t forget the doggy and kitty hurricane snacks! Bathroom Breaks For Dogs, get a kid pool or foldable dog bath/pool and a few pieces of sod to go potty on. Store in garage or some place safe! For cats, if you have an automatic litter box, make sure to have a back up manual litter scoop and bags to put the waste in if the power goes out. Identification Take updated pictures of all of your animals for easy identification. It’s best if you can print them out so if you do lose power, you will still have the images available. Place your pet’s health records and identification images in a safe waterproof container along with your other important documents. Consider getting your pets a reflective collar or an LED safety tag. Have An Emergency Kit Purchase an emergency kit for you pet, these are good to have on hand for more than just hurricanes. Don’t forget to add a manual can opener, medications, food and water. Stay Calm Keeping yourself calm will help to ease your pets fears. However, it doesn’t hurt to have a backup calming supplement for your pet on hand. Keep Cool South Florida is HOT! If the power goes out and you’re sweating, chances are that your furry friends are even hotter than you. Have a pet cooling mat on hand to help keep your pets cool. Consider getting some battery powered fans too! Don’t forget to stock up on batteries. Leave your best hurricane tips for pets below in the comments! Check out our recommended products page to see some recommended pet emergency supplies. By admin|2020-06-29T19:10:41-04:00September 1, 2019|Emergency Preparedness|0 Comments Share This! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditWhatsAppTumblrPinterestVkXingEmail About the Author: admin Related Posts Pet Friendly Hurricane Shelter Palm Beach County, FL Gallery Pet Friendly Hurricane Shelter Palm Beach County, FL Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.