June is National Pet Preparedness Month, so what better time than right now to remind everyone about the importance of having a plan for you and your pet in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency. Doing a little preparation ahead of time can help ensure that your whole family stays safe in the event something unexpected and potentially catastrophe happens.
Why It’s Important
Emergencies aren’t exactly predictable, but there are some simple steps you can take so you’re prepared to jump into action if you need to and can ensure you and your pets’ well-being.
For instance, emergency preparedness experts recommend that pet parents:
Prepping ahead can help make a stressful situation just a little less worrisome.
Check Out These Resources
Visit our Care Corner web page for more information on how best to prepare in case of an emergency that requires you to leave your home.
What You Can Do To Help
Phinney’s believes in keeping people and their beloved pets together. We do this by extending a helping hand to pet parents in need when these emergency vet visits become too costly for some to afford. Ways you can help include donating to Phinney’s or volunteering. And, anyone in need of help in caring for their pets can visit our Get Help page for more information.