Plan ahead to keep pets safe when disaster strikes

06/18/2013 | Star-Exponent (Culpeper, Va.)

Keeping family pets safe during floods, fires, tornadoes and other disasters requires advance preparation, starting with a plan for how you will take pets with you if you are required to evacuate, veterinarian Michael Watts writes. The AVMA has compiled disaster planning resources for pet owners and policymakers as well as a checklist for assembling an animal evacuation kit.

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