June is National Pet Preparedness Month


emergency pawprintAs our hearts continue to go out to those in Oklahoma, we all need to be prepared in the event of an emergency.   Here are links to some very good information.  Please share this post with anyone you know who has a pet.

Red Cross Pet Disaster & Safety Checklist

Find a Red Cross Pet First Aid Class

What to do if your pet is poisoned

ASPCA Disaster Preparedness

American Humane Association – Top Ten Items for a Pet Preparedness Kit

American Veterinary Medical Foundation – Saving The Whole Family Booklet



Other important information you need to have on hand.

Location of your nearest 24-hour or Overnight Pet Emergency Room – Don’t wait until you need it to find out where it is.  Take a drive there today.

List of your local shelters.  If your pet gets lost you’ll have all the numbers in one place.

Photograph of your pet.

Phone Number of your pet’s Microchip Company.

Pet First Aid Kit