C h e c k L i s t
 Do your Homework!
If you are planning to evacuate with your pet make sure you know of pet-friendly accommodations. If you are not evacuating with your pet make sure to select a boarding facility that is hurricane rated.
Have your pet microchipped. This simple procedure is extremely effective in reuniting you with your pet should he/she become lost and turned in to an animal shelter or vet clinic. Tags and collars are a good backup but they are not as permanent.
 Maintain veterinary records and a current photograph of your pet!
Store these in a waterproof container (ex. Ziploc bag). You may need to show proof of vaccinations, plus, if your pet becomes lost, a current photo will help with identification.
 Get a Carrier!
Have a size-appropriate carier for each of your animals. Carriers should be large enough for your pet to stand and turn around comfortably.
 Stock Up!
Maintain enough pet food, water and supply of medications your pet may need for up to 2 months.
NEVER EVER LEAVE YOUR PET BEHIND
TO FEND FOR ITSELF