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Talk to your pet's veterinarian about emergency planning. Discuss the types of things that you
should include in your pet's emergency first aid kit. Get the names of vets or veterinary hospitals in other
cities where you might need to seek temporary shelter. You should also consider talking with your
veterinarian about permanent identification such as microchipping, and enrolling your pet in a recovery database. If your pet is microchipped, keeping
your emergency contact information up to date and listed with a reliable recovery database is essential to your being
reunited with your pet. Gather contact information for emergency animal treat
ment. Make a list of contact information and addresses of area animal control agencies including the Humane Society
or SPCA, and emergency veterinary hospitals. Keep one copy of these phone numbers with you and one in your
pet's emergency supply kit. Obtain "Pets Inside" stickers and place them on your doors or windows, including
information on the number and types of pets in your home to alert firefighters and rescue workers. Consider putting a
phone number on the sticker where you could be reached in an emergency. And , if time permits , remember to write
the words "Evacuated with Pets" across the stickers, should you flee with your pets.
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