Survival Kit For Dogs Infograhic
Survival Kit for Dogs (Why You Should Have One)
Natural disasters and other emergencies seem to be featured on the news almost weekly these days, wouldn't you agree?
It was only a month ago or so that Britain faced terrible snow storms that caused everything to come to a standstill. As a result, people were left without gas, electricity, even bread and milk!
Despite how much progress our modern society has made, we still have problems dealing with things such as huge calamities.
This makes it all the more important to share this insightful infographic that has been designed and released by the doggy website Pooching Around. It discusses the crucial items you should have in a survival kit for dogs.
In times of emergencies and as things seem to go from bad to worse, we humans are encouraged to prepare go bags for ourselves and anyone in our family or household.
Pooching Around's infographic, as you can see does not get bogged down in the numbers and statistics related to emergencies. Instead, it clearly and cohesively outlines the crucial items you should be looking to pack for your dog's own go bag.
If you've ever experienced an evacuation situation before, even if it was only for a short period of time, you will know how stressful and upsetting it can be.
It is not uncommon to hear interviews in the media and press with victims of emergencies saying they wish they had been better prepared.
What Should Your Survival Kit for Dogs Include?
While it is true that we can't say when the next big emergency will occur, we do know that these kinds of things happen regularly.
This is why it is such a great idea to have a survival kit for your dog. As noted earlier, it is a very similar to a go bag. It will help ensure your dog stays calm, healthy and still alive even during situations that seem incredibly dire.
The above infographic does mention the kind of things you're probably already thinking of, such as dog food and water.
However, it also goes a little deeper and highlights the importance of having all the current and correct documentation for your dog in your kit. Along with information such as the names, addresses and phone numbers of shelters and vets in your area.
Nothing should be left to chance when planning a go bag or doggy survival kit. From a spare collar and dog leash to a collapsible food bowl – it does really make reference to everything you could need in an emergency situation.
As dog owners we owe it to our animals to look after them properly, during the good times and the bad. When the bad times hit and you have to flee from your home, you will be glad you had a chance to look at this infograhic on what a survival kit for dogs should have.
Brought to You By: Pooching Around
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