Animals should be integrated in emergency preparedness plans

09/14/2010 | PersonalLiberty.com

With pets and farm animals becoming integral parts of American families, they should be included in disaster survival plans, experts say. According to this article, which cites the AVMA, owners should have on hand an evacuation kit containing their animal's health history and other data as well as equip the animals with damage-resistant identification such as microchips and collars, among other measures.

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