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The map above displays information about the types of the natural disasters prone to the different regions in the United States. According to GRID-Arendal, an official United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), growing population and infrastructures the world’s exposure to natural hazards is inevitably increasing. This is particularly true as the strongest population growth is located in coastal areas (with greater exposure to floods, cyclones and tidal waves).
Its interesting to note that top three disaster related events were floods, hurricanes and heat, with Heat being #1. The statistics in this graphic reveal an exponential increase in disasters (Trends in natural disasters, 2005).
Below you will find data pertaining to human and economic losses from disasters that have occurred between 1980 and 2008. By Rachele Baker, DVM – September is National Preparedness Month so it is a good time for all of us to review our plans to care for our pets in the event of a natural disaster such as fire, hurricane, or flood.
When I was forced to evacuate my home with my pets due to a nearby fire, I did not have any evacuation plan in place.
After my entire neighborhood was evacuated from our homes due to a nearby fire, we were not allowed back in our homes for several days. Consider putting local pet-friendly hotel phone numbers in your cell phone contacts so that if you are in panic mode during a natural disaster, all you have to do is click on a hotel’s phone number to call ahead for a reservation. Another very important aspect of disaster preparedness for pets is making sure that your pet is microchipped and keeping your contact information current with the microchip manufacturer. If your pet ever gets lost and is taken to an animal shelter or veterinarian, they will scan the microchip to read its unique pet ID number. When you have your pet implanted with a microchip, it is very important to register your name, address, and contact information with the microchip manufacturer. If the shelter or veterinarian that implants a microchip in your pet says that they are going to register your pet’s microchip for you, I recommend contacting the microchip manufacturer in a couple of days to make sure that this has been done. The ASPCA has a free mobile app which allows pet parents to store their pet’s medical records. When I was preparing this blog post, I checked my golden retriever Savanna’s collar ID tag to see what information it contained since I had not looked at it closely in some time. If you have found another source for good quality pet collar ID tags, please share in the comments section below this post.
The information from the AVMA below offers suggestions on how to assemble a Pet First Aid Kit.
If you have found another source for good quality Pet First Aid Kits, please share in the comments section below this post. It is a good idea to place window decals on front and back house doors to notify rescue personnel of pets on your property. The valuable information about disaster preparedness for pets that follows has been excerpted from the American Veterinary Medical Association’s (AVMA) online booklet entitled Saving The Whole Family Disaster Preparedness.
I have included a great video about disaster preparedness for pets prepared by FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) at the end of this post. Countless times people have been told to leave their homes for a “short time,” only to find they cannot return for days or weeks. A pair of dogs wandered the deserted Ninth Ward of New Orleans a month after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Designate a willing neighbor to tend to your pets in the event a disaster occurs when you are not at home.
You may also want to have a signed veterinary medical treatment authorization with your evacuation kit. Having identification on your pets including rabies and license tags, if applicable, may help reunite you with your pets in the event you are separated. Cat carriers should be large enough to hold a small litter pan and two small dishes and still allow your cat enough room to lie down comfortably or stand to use the litter pan. Dog kennels or collapsible cages should be large enough to hold two no-spill bowls and still allow your dog enough room to stand and turn around.
For added assurance, clearly label each carrier with your identification and contact information. The following lists will help you prepare an evacuation kit for your pet(s) in the event of a disaster.
List each pet separately and for each medication include the drug name, dosage, and frequency of administration. Medications and preventatives (such as heartworm prevention) – minimum two week supply with clearly labeled instructions.


For links to more great information about disaster preparedness for pets, see the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Disaster Preparedness Links. PLEASE SHARE: If you found this post interesting or helpful, please tell your family and friends about it and share it on social media.
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To make matters worse any land remaining available for urban growth is generally risk-prone, for instance flood plains or steep slopes subject to landslides. These statistics are compiled by the Office of Services and the National Climatic Data Center from information contained in Storm Data, a report comprising data from NWS forecast offices in the 50 states, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Places where I have stored a house key outside include under an unused plant pot and in an unlocked storage shed. I was scared, and I just started driving in the only direction that was not full of smoke to try to get as far away from the danger as possible. I recommend finding out which hotels in the area you plan to evacuate allow pets well in advance of needing them. A microchip is a permanent pet ID that is inserted under the pet’s skin between their shoulder blades by a veterinarian. Do not assume that the shelter or veterinary hospital will do this for you because in most cases they will not do so. I am sad to say that I have had more than one lost pet brought into my veterinary hospital to be scanned for a microchip only to discover that the pet parent had not updated their contact information with the microchip manufacturer and could not be reached.
I was dismayed to find out that the letters on her metal ID tag had worn down to the point that they were barely readable.
For information about disaster preparedness for pets other than dogs and cats (including birds, reptiles, horses, and livestock), please refer to the AVMA online booklet. Even disasters like gas leaks and minor flooding can keep you from tending to your pets for an extended period of time. Place stickers on front and back house doors to notify neighbors, fire fighters, police, and other rescue personnel of pets on your property and the location of your evacuation supplies. This person should have a key to your home, be familiar with your pets, know your evacuation procedures, and where your evacuation supplies are kept.
This will aid your veterinarian in providing care if your pet must be treated during your absence. Locate and prearrange an evacuation site for your family and pets that is outside your immediate area.
It would be important to check the credentials of the person teaching the pet first aid course to make sure that the information presented was accurate, of course.
It’s not something we like to think about but it’s so important to be prepared! With all the time and energy we put into our pets on a daily basis, taking a few minutes to prepare now for possible disaster shouldn’t be given a second thought.
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I received a knock on my door one day and when I opened the door, a policeman told me that I had to evacuate my home immediately. However, you can purchase fake rocks and other decorative items for the garden that incorporate hidden compartments for house keys.
Find out the name of the microchip manufacturer for the microchip that has been implanted in your pet so that you know who to contact with your address and contact information.
Keep a list of the species, number, and locations of your pets near your evacuation supplies and note your pets’ favorite hiding spots. Owning enough carriers to accommodate your pets facilitates a speedy evacuation and may mean the difference between the life or death of your pets.


Your personal experience is a perfect example of how these events can happen to anyone, usually when we are least prepared for it. But attending a pet first aid course taught by a well qualified professional would be a great idea for pet parents.
And, yes, it is very important to never leave our pets behind if we have to evacuate in an emergency. Our ALPs series is designed to identify, embrace and and strengthen our ALPs participants leadership abilities. This bracelet can be worn by itself or as a stackable accessory with other jewelry to complete a look. However, I have often called hotels listed online as being pet-friendly only to find out that they did not accept pets or that they charged such exorbitant pet fees as to make their accommodations unaffordable. Some hotels only accept a limited number of pets. Make sure that the hotel that you are considering will accept whatever pets you have before you incorporate that hotel into your evacuation plan. The scanner emits a low radio frequency that provides the power necessary to transmit the microchip’s unique dog or cat ID number to positively identify the pet. Other possible pet housing options include veterinary hospitals, boarding kennels, and pet shelters. Replace the food, water, and medications as often as needed to maintain quality and freshness and in accordance with expiration dates.
Pedialyte would certainly be an option to use for part of an evacuation kit in addition to gallon jugs of water.
Others evacuated without their pets thinking that they’d return home in a couple of days and find their pets safe and sound.
So please call the hotels you are considering for your evacuation plan to verify that they accept pets and to inquire about their pet fees before including them in your evacuation plan. This will help you successfully evacuate and maintain the safety of your family and your pets.
Keep muzzles, handling gloves, catch nets, and pet restraints where rescue personnel can find them.
If medications are stored elsewhere due to temperature requirements (refrigeration), indicate the name of the medication and its location.
Lightning strikes (and subsequent fires), earthquakes, or tornadoes can require evacuation from your home without any notice whatsoever. It is shaped with the natural human movement, so you don’t have to pick up your mouse again and again to get your cursor across the screen.
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