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 Post subject: Pet Survivial Kits or Pet 'Bug Out Bags'
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:34 am 
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Pet Survival Kit

Pet Survival Kit
http://204.90.20.174/animals/documents/survivalkit.pdf

l Picture of Pet (current)
l Collar with proper ID and rabies tag/license
l Vaccination papers- Make sure your pets have had all their shots within the past 12
months. Pet shelter will require proof of vaccinations.
l Leash
l Carrier or cage
l Covers for bird cages
l Water/food bowls
l Ample food supply (at least two weeks)
l Non electric can opener
l Newspapers, cat litter, scoop, plastic trash bags for handling waste
l Proper ID on all belongings
l All daily medication (monthly heartworm prevention can be given a few days early, if
evacuating)
l Any special instructions regarding care of your pet


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 Post subject: Re: Pet Survivial Kits or Pet 'Bug Out Bags'
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:36 am 
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From: The Humane Society of Tampa Bay

http://www.socom.mil/hurricane/Document ... %20Kit.pdf

Pet Survival Kit
• Proper ID collar and rabies tag/license – Make sure your pets have had all their shots within the past 12 months. Pet shelters will require proof of vaccinations.
• Carrier or cage
• Leash
• Ample food supply (at least two weeks)
• Water/food bowls
• Any necessary medication(s)
• Specific care instructions
• Newspapers, cat litter, scoop, plastic trash bags for handling waste
• Proper ID on all belongings
• Non electric can opener

Continued at link, above for Sheltering Pets


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 Post subject: Re: Pet Survivial Kits or Pet 'Bug Out Bags'
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:38 am 
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From: Brevard County Animal Services, Florida:

Pet Survival Kit
http://www.brevardanimalservices.com/Pe ... 202009.htm
    * A secure carrier or collapsible cage for larger animals.
    * Ample food and water for your pet, at least a 2-week supply.
    * Non-breakable food and water bowls.
    * Medication & care instructions.
    * Kitty litter & pan, cleansers, disinfectants & trash bags for waste.
    * Brushes, combs, and other hygiene items.
    * Toys and other comfort items.
    * A manual can opener.
    * Muzzles, if necessary.
    * First aid supplies for your pet.
    * Leashes, collars, ID tags & immunization record.


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 Post subject: Re: Pet Survivial Kits or Pet 'Bug Out Bags'
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:41 am 
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72-Hour Emergency Survival Kit for Your Pet
http://frangadesigns.com/blog/2008/07/1 ... vival-kit/

PRINTABLE CHECKLIST can be found HERE

by Franga Designs
Give yourself some peace of mind now and during possible emergencies by having everything you or someone else will need to take care of your pet in a ready-to-grab bag. You may need to evacuate your home with little warning in a fire or natural disaster or be forced to place your pet in the care of an inexperienced person because of accident or illness. Your pet’s survival kit should be pre-packed in a bag that is easy to carry (with handle or shoulder strap), or a backpack your dog can carry himself should you have your hands full. Keep this kit near the door, so you won’t need to go out of your way to get it.

Here are some suggestions for basic things to put in your pet’s kit:

1. At least 3 individually packed meals. These meals should be . . . .
2. Bottled water. Buy sealed . . .
3. Dishes. Disposable plastic lidded containers are ideal for . . .
4. Medications your pet requires. Include . . . .
5. Instructions for . . ..
6. Contact information for . . . .
7. A blanket and . . . .
8. Extra set of . . . .
9. Extra . . . .
10. Contact information for . . . .

Optional items (depending on your pet or the area you live in):

1. A dog . . . .
2. Shoes. Your dog may need to . . . .
3. Night visibility . . . .
4. Pee pads. If your pet is used to . . . .
5. Life-vests. If you live in . . ..
6. Electronic . . . .
7. First aid kit. Buy a specialized . . . .
8. Flea and tick treatment. Your pet may become . . . .
9. Homeopathic pills to ease . . . .
10. Money. You might not . . . .
Do not pack . . . . ---continued in full, at link above ---


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 Post subject: Re: Pet Survivial Kits or Pet 'Bug Out Bags'
PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 4:21 pm 
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VIDEO: Pet 'Bug Out Bags'

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Pet Hurricane Kit / Evacuation Kit
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6gy21o5WpY

"A child's backpack full of doggie needs". 3.8 lbs total weight that dog carries on their back.


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