5. Vet Records
You never know when an emergency situation will require medical attention for your pet. Be prepared and have all your veterinary records and pet documents photocopied and kept in a waterproof container. This includes vaccinations, prescriptions, microchip information, and your contact information.
4. Calming Treats
Sometimes, little things can make all the difference. While calming treats might seem like a non-emergency extra, they might be able to help your pet relieve some of the stress and anxiety of an emergency situation. Have some some treats on hand for your pet to gnaw on during difficult times.
3. Something That Smells Like Home
Keep a favorite sweatshirt or blanket available that your pet can snuggle with as it deals with moments of change. This familiarity may allow them to sleep and de-stress away from home.
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