by guest blogger: Bandit the Prepared Pug
Bandit the Prepared Pug – Knows a Safe Place to Take Pets
Did you know if there was a disaster, I would not be allowed in a disaster shelter, even with this cute mug? If my mom and dad needed to find a place for us to stay in case of a disaster, they might not be able to find a hotel or motel that allows me. Luckily, my mom did her homework and found a listing of “pet friendly” hotels and motels after confirming if they had any restrictions on the number of “petite” pugs.
My mom also made a list of people that could take me in case something happens in Green Bay and the surrounding area. It includes friends, family and boarding facilities that can shelter me if an emergency happens.
She loves me so much, she laminated it.
FYI: Service animals are allowed in Red Cross shelters and in hotels and motels.
Bandit the Prepared Pug – Assembles a Pet Emergency Preparedness Kit
- I am ready for any emergency!
- I have my own bag with my name on it that has everything in my very own preparedness kit:
- A copy of my veterinarian and HomeAgain (microchip) information
- An extra leash and color
- A small supply of food and treats
- A current photo of me in case she has to ask if anyone has seen a super cute pug
- My favorite treats and “Come here” saying, in case I decide to run on someone (FYI, I love to brush my teeth)
The one thing she needs to add is a first aid kit for me in case I would get injured, but she should probably take First Aid for Pets course offered through the Red Cross first.
Sometimes I sleep in my kennel in the laundry away from my mom and dad. If a disaster would happen and my mom wasn’t able to get to me, people need to know where I am!
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (commonly known as the ASPCA) offers my mom and all other pet owners a free window decal alerting rescue personnel where a pet might be in a house. She visited https://www.aspca.org/form/free-pet-safety-pack to sign up for her free decal.
She’s always looking out for me. Best mom ever.