dog supplies are needed to be totally prepared for any
kind of natural disaster.
the "big one" comes are you prepared with
the essential dog supplies and dog products to save
your pets life and keep him healthy?
doesn't take much to put it all together. After all,
if you're living in an area predisposed to natural disasters
like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, or floods,
you've probably already set aside supplies for you and
your family. The next step is to consider what your
dogs needs will be and add his dog supplies and dog
products to your own.
you live in California as I do, and are likely to encounter
an earthquake (scary thought!) put aside a kit designed
to deal with this disaster.
your dog disaster ready.
Have at least one week worth of dog food and water ready.
As a general rule of thumb, one gallon of water per
dog per day is adequate, but less for small dogs and
more for active dogs. Be sure to replace the dog supplies
annually if unused and water every three months.
For security and protection you will want to include:
A dog leash and collar: This will keep him from wandering
off to areas that may be dangerous and may contain
hazardous materials, contaminated water, broken glass
first aid kit: Your family's kit is great. But be
sure to add bag balm and masking tape, and dog supplies
your pet may need.
boots: These will protect his pads from hazardous
objects and glass.
Veterinary records: Important information about your
medication: Be prepared!
additional dog supplies and dog products: A warm blanket,
treats and toys, a brush or comb, and anything else
you think is necessary.
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