Preparing Pets for Emergency Evacuation By Jennifer Brehler, HSS Executive Director As we have been experiencing extremely high temperatures...
As every evacuation is different, we have no idea until it happens where people can go, if their pets can stay with them in the evacuation center, what roads would be open, and what agency would be helping. That is why it is crucial to HAVE ANIMAL CARRIERS/TRAILERS AND TRANSPORTATION READY.
Leave as soon as you get the evacuation notice. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND OR SET THEM FREE. At the time of evacuation you should be given the safest route out and where to go or call for the evacuation center and assistance once you are SAFELY AWAY FROM YOUR HOME.
Plan in advance for shelter alternatives that will work for both you and your pets such as loved ones and friends OUTSIDE OF YOUR IMMEDIATE AREA.
Click here for an important article about PREPARING PETS FOR EMERGENCY EVACUATION: https://humanesocietyofsedona.org/preparing-pets-for-emergency-evacuation/
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