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Are You Prepared for an Emergency?

Emergency Preparedness and Pets Hurricane season is upon us again and being prepared is vitally important. We all know this, but sometimes we let it slip or don’t find time to “get ready”. It’s so easy to forget our fuzzy friends in this preparation, but we don’t want to make that mistake. Let’s talk about some tips to help our pet preparedness situation. Keep your pets’ vaccines up-to-date. In case of an evacuation, the shelter decides if they will take your pet – not you or your vet. Keeping them fully vaccinated will prevent most shelter problems. If you have a pet that cannot be vaccinated due to a medical condition, have your vet write you a letter stating why. Additionally, in a flood

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