Once indoors, secure your pet by putting him on a leash or in a carrier. A pet in panic can create havoc. Plus, there’s always a chance that you might have to evacuate or leave home for safer ground. The last thing you want is to chase down a pet while trying to remain safe and calm.
Wherever your designated safe space is, make sure that it is also safe for your pet. You won’t have time to pet-proof the room in the middle of chaos, so move things as needed beforehand. This means making sure there are no corners that a pet can hide in, or any loose items that can fall on your furry friend, or toxic products nearby that your pet might try to eat.
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