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Pet Preparedness Month

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Be prepared and stay calm.

Note from Pixxie, the Publix pet:

Pets pick up on your emotions. Staying calm during thunderstorms may help ease a nervous pet.

Pack your pet’s emergency kit. We hope you’ll never have to use it.

Start planning for emergencies now.

  • Food: Nothing that needs to be refrigerated or frozen.
  • Water: Pack enough for your family and your pet.
  • Toys: To distract and relax your pet.
  • Blankets: Keep your pet warm and comfortable.
  • Litter, Baggies, and a Scoop: Enough said.
  • Leash: To keep your pet from running off when stressed.
  • Backup Collar/ID: Help others find your pet if it gets lost.
  • Medication: Check expiration dates frequently.
  • First Aid Kit: With gauze, bandages, scissors, clippers, and wound disinfectant.
  • Picture with Your Pet: As proof of ownership in case you get separated.
  • Travel Carrier: Might not fit in the bag. Still good to have.

You can never be too prepared.

Take preparedness to the next level. You’ll thank yourself later.

  • Microchips: Smaller than a grain of rice, ID chips make a huge difference when trying to find a lost pet.
  • Pet-Friendly Hotels: Where are they? Find out now.
  • Boarding Kennels: Start reading reviews and asking for recommendations.
  • Vaccination Records: Make sure they’re up to date.