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We all hope a tropical storm or hurricane will not threaten our area, but you need to be prepared just in case. Hurricane season starts June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. You know the importance of creating a hurricane preparedness kit for your family but many forget to include supplies for their pets.
We are often rushed when forecasters predict a hurricane, gathering supplies at the last minute that we may not fully prepare for our pet's needs.
Here's our must do list of preparing your pet in case of a hurricane:
To ensure the safety of your pets, Largo Veterinary Hospital has a strict policy for boarders during hurricane season. In the event of a Mandatory Hurricane or Tropical Storm evacuation, Largo Veterinary Hospital WILL evacuate. As we have seen in previous Hurricane seasons neither humans nor animals are safe.
If you are planning to board your pets at Largo Veterinary Hospital during hurricane season you will need provide us at time of boarding with the following: