Your Pet Disaster Plan
Can you remember the day you brought your pet home for the first time? That overwhelming feeling of excitement, love, and desire to protect this precious new member of your family? Becoming a pet owner knows joy but also worry – are you taking care of your pet well?
Most pet owners know their pets need to go to the vet for a regular check-up, but did you know that your pet needs a disaster plan in the case of emergency?
Why do your pets need a disaster plan? Natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina showed us that pet owners put their own lives and the lives of their pets in danger when they realized – too late — that pets are not allowed at public evacuation shelters. By taking the time to prepare an emergency plan for your pets, you can save the lives of your family and your pets.
Knowing that you need a pet disaster plan and knowing how to make one are two different things. Ready Set Go Kits is on a mission to make emergency preparedness easy, so we’ve made a super easy pet disaster plan template that shows you exactly how to make a pet disaster plan that saves lives.
The Ready Set Go Kits Pet Disaster Plan:
–Saves you Time: we’ve pulled all the best pet preparedness planning information from FEMA, American Red Cross and local Humane Societies to give you the most comprehensive pet disaster plan available.
–Saves you Worry: everything from where your pet will stay to what your pet will need in included in our plan so you will have everything you need in one place, ready to go at a moment’s notice.
–Makes it Easy: we give you the information you need and the space that you need to quickly and easily make your pet disaster plan.
The Ready Set Go Kits Pet Disaster Plan tracks:
- Identifying characteristics of your pet
- Important medical information
- Emergency vet phone numbers and locations
- Where your pet will go during an emergency
- Your 72 hour emergency kit for your pet
- And much more!
Download your free copy of the Ready Set Go Kits Pet Disaster Plan today and gain the confidence and awareness you need to keep your pet safe during an emergency.