• Emergency Preparation

    Emergency Preparation

    Just as you do with your family's emergency supply kit, think first about the basics for survival, particularly food and water. Consider two kits. In one, put everything you and your pets will need to stay where you are.The other should be a lightweight, smaller version you can take with you if you and your pets have to get away. Plus, be sure to review your kits regularly to ensure that their contents, especially foods and medicines, are fresh.

  • Emergency Planning

    Emergency Planning

    Consider the following in preparing a plan for emergencies.

  • Emergency Information

    Emergency Information

    Some of the things you can do to prepare for the unexpected, such as assembling an emergency supply kit for yourself, your family and your pets, is the same regardless of the type of emergency.

  • First Aid For Dogs

    First Aid For Dogs

    Emergencies come in all forms; automobile accidents, bite wounds, burns, heatstroke, poisoning, seizures, and more.

  • First Aid For Cats

    First Aid For Cats

    Medical emergencies occur suddenly and without warning. It is important for all cat owners to have a basic understanding of common veterinary medical emergencies and basic first aid for their pet. While no one can be prepared for all emergencies, there are some simple guidelines you should follow and things to look for if your cat seems ill or involved in an accident. Who knows, it just may save your cat's life.