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Disaster Preparedness

Before disaster strikes pet owners are encouraged to review the Disaster Preparedness Animal Supplies Checklist (English Adobe Acrobat logo, Spanish Adobe Acrobat logo and Creole Adobe Acrobat logo) to learn how to prepare pets before, during, and after a disaster.

Pet Transportation

It is not illegal to have a loose dog in the cabin of a car. It is only against the law to transport the dog in an open-bed truck if the dog is not confined or restrained.

Tips

Tips to ensure your pet is safe during the summer, winter and holiday seasons.

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Bonde papillion dogChocolate may be your favorite treat but these treats should stay in the hands of people and not pets. Chocolate is a potent stimulant that can produce potentially life threatening toxic effects in your pet. Your pet might begin to vomit, have diarrhea, experience nervousness and anxiety that could possibly lead to death.

 
 
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