Hurricane Pet Tips 60 Second PSA: Audio File & Script

Welcome to Ark Animals Answers!
Today’s Critter Chat concerns Animal Disaster Preparedness for Hurricanes

The National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration warns that this year’s hurricane count will be double the national average. Hurricane hazards include: storm surges, high winds, tornados and flooding. The good news is that for the first time, pet-friendly evacuation centers are planned for some areas of Florida.

In the past people have refused to leave their pets putting emergency personnel, themselves and their animals at risk. Hurricane season doesn’t end until November 30th so if you live in a risk area, prepare now.

You’ll need:
-to outline a disaster plan,
-and to prepare emergency kits for your pets and your family,
-finally, get materials from disaster rescue agencies to help you better prepare.

This is animal behaviorist, Diana Guerrero inviting you to take an armchair safari into the animal kingdom at www.arkanimals.com. Thanks for joining me for today’s Ark Animal Answers and feel free to contact me with your questions.

Podcast is available at:http://arkanimalanswers.podblaze.com

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/07/050710102939.htm

http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2005/s2438.htm

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