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Animals: Pets and Livestock
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Do you have pets or livestock? Being prepared for a a flood, winter storm, forest fire, hurricane, earthquake, hazardous material leak or dam failure notification is the best gift you can give them.
Think about what it would take to get through a disaster.
A plan should be made for all situations.
Evacuation or Shelter?
Plan ahead for possible evacuations
If you need to evacuate
If you need to go to a shelter
“Shelter in Place” (keeping the animals safe on site if the emergency doesn’t require evacuation.
Food and water are essential to survival. Always have enough food, water and supplies for at least 72 Hours (three days).
Other items to consider for your livestock or pets are necessary medications. Talk to your veterinarian for advice on this issue and plan accordingly. Medications and medical records should be stored in a weather proof container.
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MAINE PREPARES LIBRARY
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