Pet safety

​​Pet Preparedness

Pets depend on us for their ​safety and well-being, so be sure to include them in your family emergency plan.  If you must evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them with you.  AC&C encourages you to be prepared in the event of an emergency or disaster situation.  This page contains information and links to tips on how  to make sure you and your pet are best protected and prepared in the event that you must evacuate your home.

AC&C works with Emergency Management and American Red Cross to ensure that emergency sheltering for pets is available for anyone who needs to evacuate their home.  AC&C may set up temporary pet shelters at various Red Cross Evacuation Shelters to house pets.

Stay tuned to your local news stations for information on the locations of Evacuation Shelters.

​Scroll down on this page to watch some Youtube videos with Meteorologist Kaitlin Cody, Alisha Reddman​, Melissa Knicely, and Julia Conner. They​ give you day by day tips so you can be prepared.​ Kaitlin was with WCCB News when she first created these videos but she's now moved to the windy city. Though she's moved away from Charlotte, her message is still the same.

Planning Ahead & Pet Safety

Warnings are often issued hours - even days in advance.  A little advance planning and preparation will enable you to evacuate with your pets quickly and safely.

  • Have pet disaster supplies ready to take at a moment's notice.

  • Bring all pets inside so that you won't have to search for them if you must leave in a hurry.

  • Securely fasten collars with up-to-date identification on all dogs and cats.

  • Attach phone numbers (including cell phone) and address of your temporary shelter or a friend or relative outside the disaster area.

  • Keep dogs securely leashed.

  • Keep cats in carriers.

  • Birds and animals that are kept in cages should be transported in a secure travel cage or carrier.  In cold weather, wrap a blanket over the carrier.

  • In an emergency, remember that pets can react differently under stress.

  • Do not leave your animals unattended where they can run off, and don't turn them loose during an emergency.   The most trustworthy pets may panic, hide, try to escape, or event bite.

  • Make sure your pet is microchipped in case your pet gets lost during an emergency.  A Microchip is permanent identification for your pet. Is your pet already microchipped? Great! Make sure the information attached to your microchip is Up-To-Date with your current information (address, phone number, etc.). You can update your personal information at the Microchip Registration Page.

  • MEDICAL RECORDS: If you cannot grab your pets medical records before you evacuate but you have a smart phone you can download the Pet First Aid App from the American Red Cross. There you can upload your pets picture and all their medical information so you can take it with you everywhere you go. If you cannot grab your phone you can still access the information on someone else's phone or online. For more information, go to redcross.org/mobileapps​. This app also has many other pet features in case of other pet emergencies.​

A sample of a pet disaster supplies kit:
example of a kit with animal supplies to keep on hand in case of emergency
 
CDC Pet Disaster Kit Checklists:
For Dogs 

What to bring to a Pet Evacuation Shelter:

  • Dogs on leashes and cats in carriers.  (Pets who live in cages should be brought in their cage)

  • Proper identification tags for all pets

  • Pet immunization and medical records (see below for an application that can help store medical records)

  • A minimum of a two-week supply of any medicine or special diet food that your pet requires

  • Blankets or toys​

  • WATER: make sure you bring enough water for the entire family, which includes your pet


 
Learn more at ready.gov/animals
Here's a helpful brochure with lots of good information from Fema, AKC, ASPCA, HSUS, and AVMA.

 

AC&C's Disaster Boarding Agreement

In the event that an Evacuation Shelter closes before an owner can find permanent housing for the pet,  AC&C will make every effort to accommodate the pet at their facility at 8315 Byrum Drive Charlotte, NC until permanent housing is found.  The Disaster Boarding Agreement states that AC&C will provide housing for a pet for up to 6 weeks.

The first 14 days will be free of charge.  Beginning on the 15th day, there will be a charge of $15 a day for dogs and $9 day for cats.  The owner is required to check in with AC&C at the end of the first 7 days with an update and each 7 day period thereafter.  At the end of 6 weeks the situation will be evaluated and AC&C will do their best to accommodate the situation. 

In limited circumstance, boarding fees may be waived if a financial hardship can be validated.

Lost Pets
AC&C takes photos and post photos and descriptions of every lost animal that comes into the shelter.  These photos are posted on the lost pets in the shelter page.​

PETS Act

This was a law passed in October 2006 after Hurricane Katrina devastated the South Western States. This law requires governmental jurisdictions to include pets in evacuation and disaster planning. It also requires specific Red Cross shelters work in conjunction with animal related agencies to set up pet friendly areas at people-designated shelters. It does not require private businesses (such as hotels) to take in pets from evacuees. Businesses reserve the right to refuse animals based on their policies.

AC&C works very closely with local law enforcement, fire agencies, emergency management, and Red Cross to assist incoming evacuees and local pet owners with setting up pet friendly areas so owners can keep their pets with them.


 

Pet Preparedness Pet Selfie and Vaccinate!

Pet Preparedness Pet Emergency Kit

Pet Preparedness Evacuating with Your Pet

Pet Preparedness Shelter in Place with Pet

Pet Preparedness Pet ID

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something fun this time and it's selfies
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with your pets as we all do you'll get
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instagram they're all pets Twitter all
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pen so the reason why this is so
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important in this particular case
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Charlotte is a puppy that was lost and
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thank goodness that we now have her and
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love her because she'll never be lost
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again so how does selfies help animals
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relocate their families yeah absolutely
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insured is a great example because I
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think the little brown dog that a lot of
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you know about already from Hurricane
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Matthew and she followed our team and
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some flood water areas where they were
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doing some emergency pet response out
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there and I just wanted to come home
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with the team and the thing is nobody
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reclaimed Charlotte at the test shelter
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there she was there for a cemetery at a
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time and nobody came for her and the
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thing is she's not my purchase and he
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didn't have ID there was no way to find
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her owner right but we're talking today
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about doing tech selfie so I have a
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million in 16 church at me with my past
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so there would be no reason you know for
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me to have to do this as much but people
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sometimes don't take pictures with their
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pants right you guys thank you Oh
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Melissa mentioned earlier that pets
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changed their appearance all in time and
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actually I thought about this too with
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my new dog if the golden retriever and
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he has a birthmark on his pound at the
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dark spot so that's a good idea to take
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pictures of the unique qualities that
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your pets have so that they're unlike
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any other and if you go to try to clean
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that that is your pet you have proof you
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do and so we do it all the time we all
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have our cell phones and so it's very
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fun either just try to get these little
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selfies and we're going to do a three
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shot selfie with Charlie okay so this is
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something bunch of you have snapchat
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sometimes the filters below on the dog's
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face too it's so funny it is funny well
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she's like I'm not sure if I want to
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selfies or maybe have an icy icy riya
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sen and I a great guy sure hey starlet
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all right now we have proof then it
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Charlotte is with Kaitlyn and Charlotte
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with Caitlyn's pet yeah you have proof
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of it so if you are separated and
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believe it or not it happens in an
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emergency situation a tornado or
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hurricane right even a house fire you
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know emergencies happen in your own home
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sometimes when I'm not happening outside
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so you know this is the best way to
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always have our unique picture
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identification let's be sure yes and the
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next part which g-tube keeps trying to
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get you and she met record keeping a
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copy of your vet records handy and this
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is actually good idea to keep them in
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that waterproof cover as well it is and
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we always suggest that you keep two
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coffees that way you can keep one in
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your glove box in your car that way if
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you have to evacuate your house in a
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hurry we have one there and the reason
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these are important and because if you
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go into a shelter especially like a Red
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Cross in a pet / located shelter anytime
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that we have we participated in actually
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being the host oh yeah shelters and we
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have to make sure that all cables are
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vaccinated especially for ages right
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because we don't want terms with
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spreading these shelters and that sort
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of things we don't put your pets weary
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vaccinated to make sure you always have
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these with you and in case of an
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emergency in the city let's say your
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veterinarian can't be there to send you
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your records and you need them
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immediately exactly even in the cars and
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you'll always have a handy yeah so this
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is getting started i'm is giving a fun
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week talking about how to keep your pet
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safe you know and yourself as well but
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we're really focusing on making sure
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that our furry friends are taken care of
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this week those hearings you learn take
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a selfie and keep copies of your vet
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records

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well as weather changing the date you
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were talking about how emergencies
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happen very quickly if you evacuate the
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area you have to leave the house within
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15 minutes and you have to grab
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everything for you and for your pet so
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today we're going to talk about how to
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prepare ahead of time in case you do
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have to book it out the door you need
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everything for your pets including food
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leashes medication all of it let's go we
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have going on yes and this is the kids
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that are one of my co-workers put
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together and we probably put the stuff
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in here for dogs and four cats as you
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can see so if you do have multiple pets
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you're going to need to plan your kit
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based on how many pets you have as well
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in this one's in this case we have a cat
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and a dog and so we've got a lot of
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materials in here the most important
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thing we talked a little bit about
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earlier in the week yesterday we talked
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about on the vaccination records and so
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that's really important that's one of
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the most important things that you can
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have it shows that your pet is up to
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date on all of them vaccinations that
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way if you have to go into a shelter of
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some sort for your pet it won't have to
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revaccination you have to take into a
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boarding facility or something like that
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so very important to keep one keep your
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pet up to date on vaccinations of two to
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keep proof of it with you at all times
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it's a really nice kit that Tracy put
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together because it can actually put the
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top on here and it can just be an air
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box so as you can see it's got a lot of
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stuff in there you want to take extra
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leashes and extra collars the suitcase
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they lose one or one slips off or
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something like that make sure they're I
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need and everything we've got a lot of
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nice things that it's going to make it a
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little easier if they have to go in
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kennels and they're not used to ascend
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toys and things like that and then they
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also mentioned how jobs are already in
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stressed but something happened that
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there's a fire for example in the
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mountain or if a hurricane business
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career there already with that anxiety
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this would be a great objection I know
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my dog's bone you in a bone and there on
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Friday night no matter what's going
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right and if you do have time to taste
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something that they already are familiar
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with but if there's a collar and you
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give them where that comfort I am if you
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have time to grab that as well so but
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this is a really nice selection of
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there's actually some on the medical
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stuff in here as well and mr. India to
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make ziploc bag and put some gloves and
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some medical place and some band-aids I
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keep these in my backpack open fire I
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think you know just because you never
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know when something swimming so the nice
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thing about this is it's not only when
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the big things happen it can do
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something that happens in your comp like
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a big water late or a gas leak or a fire
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your own home so I know we're talking
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about the big events occur keenya and
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things like that but every day there can
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be emergencies that happen you don't
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want to go to the grocery store and you
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have that extra baggage or maybe you can
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just go drop them off at a friend's
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house to watch them overnight and you're
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leaving really quickly running out of
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time just grab your yeah and you're good
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to go yeah and the one thing there's a
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prescription bottle in here because a
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lot of pets we talked about this earlier
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a lot of pets are on medication and so
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you do want to definitely make sure that
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that part of your kit as well and the
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other thing we talked a little bit about
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was the size of medication with some
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time dogs and cat they have special
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dietary needs so if you're taking them
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to a collocated shelter with like a red
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cross on my altar of a baby soon they
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will be feeding as a specific one kind
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of food probably so if your pet needs
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special foods you have it right in your
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head absolutely so you prepare for
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yourself you got to prepare for your
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servant you see because their moms
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family that's pretty

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hey guys I lost the contacts and my
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parents control and today we're talking
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about preparedness week is being
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prepared in case of an emergency and
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with us I'll talk about that today but
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we shall render from Parliament converts
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emergency management attention being
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here so we got for destiny I have a
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linear she's an almost seven year old
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Datsun okay well as Ellie is going to
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kind of come in later when we start
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talking about an emergency part and and
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what's all the celtics on the table so
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first let's talk about the fact that
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this emergency planning that we're doing
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isn't just about natural disasters also
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about the personal life stuff so we have
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hurricanes and tornadoes out solutions
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also think about what might happen in
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your home it's a pipe burst or there's a
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fire in your home where can you go on
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what can you do because you have two
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week so that's we're going to be talking
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about today the first and foremost you
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want to make sure you've got a plan
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ahead of time check with friends and
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family live outside your munity area are
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they willing to let you come and stay
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with them for an indefinite amount of
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time with your pet that's sort of your
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first stop if you don't have anyone that
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lives nearby but you know of places that
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you can go outside your area check with
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hook pet friendly hotels or peppermint
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hotel chain but you know you can go to
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people they've got your phone easy
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enough to sort of moments on there so
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you know we're going and what do a lot
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of times it's a mass evacuation from a
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hurricane a lot of time with this post
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helpful up pretty quick so have a good
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list of where you can go in case you
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have to go just a little bit further
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another thing is we talked about having
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an emergency kit
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out there as part of that so we already
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showed you what you need to happen there
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have it ready how to create carrier
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ready to go into your car and a lot of
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times when you're taking into stuff with
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view you're going to want to have some
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personalized items for your pet as well
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so Alicia helps cool about what you
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brought with us I had her ugly people
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like this which she loves to sleep with
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every night and when I'm gone to war
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during the day he was in her bed she got
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her little porcupine and her little
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mouth because she loves the squeak of a
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storm and got her some treats to make
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sure that she goes comfortable wherever
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she's located this is going to be really
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business a lot of pets time to get I'll
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reserve it but a little worried and
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again sometimes they shake weather and
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they they kind of wine weather in the
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location are not come from whether or
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not familiar women and having this kind
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of self weird help to make this a little
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more on home up and there is a
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recognized you and stuff that you have
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so for other places that you need to
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check with course going to be read cause
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and so mecklenburg emergency management
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on their website and have places of that
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are cut by Michelle searched locations
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of where you can go if you have to go to
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a hotel that's not pet-friendly that you
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can have a place that you know you can
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go to draw off your pet yet having this
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stuff with you and as well as your pops
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up kit is really big deal to that
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because that they can't think with you
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it's going to make them even more
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nervous so make sure that you've got
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this stuff with you as well and in with
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the talking about where else to go some
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places have three boarding agreements
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with it's just a number
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with just your home or you have to leave
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your home like Animal Care control we
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actually have to that reporting
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agreement so when we come across
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somebody who have had to evacuate their
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home from a fire or flood or other
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reason we actually have a boarding
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agreement that says okay bring your pet
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with us we'll take care of them when you
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get back on your feet is yourself in
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order we'll take care of your pets no
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need to worry and that really helps out
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of we just want to make sure that you
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have everything prepared and ready or
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scarier for the cats as well and the bus
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and we hope that you're able to do all
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this stuff being prepared we read in
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case you happily thank you

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alright today we're talking about storm
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preparation especially if a tornado is
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in the area of what to do where to go
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and how to bring your pets along with
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you so first of all the different
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scenarios if you are in a vehicle the
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first thing you want to do is quickly go
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inside of a building if you can't get to
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shelter or nearby building quick enough
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then the next best option is to go in a
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low-lying area get out of your car a car
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is a dangerous place to be during a
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tornado if you're outside same thing so
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you're going to head inside first and go
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into that interior room of the building
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on the lowest level if possible a
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basement or storm shelter and actually
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that leads us to our last spot if you're
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at home and you and your pets are in the
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path of a tornado you want to get into
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the most interior spot that you can with
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no windows if possible and if you don't
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have a storm shelter or a basement then
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the next best thing maybe a closet which
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in my case that's what we're looking at
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so we're going to try to get the dogs in
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here a good idea to would be to grab
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some bones because they might not be too
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comfortable with going inside of a small
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space i know my dogs wouldn't be hey
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Charlie looky Charlie after you get the
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dogs inside grab some bones as mentioned
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sit Charlie know and hopefully that way
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they will follow you to your safe place
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so we're going to take them over here
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which it's the selfie camera so if you
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can see interior closet no windows and
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it's also not a bad idea to grab some
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leashes and keep those handy in case
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something happens and you need the extra
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leashes after the storm does pass so to
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get the dogs inside of course this would
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be easier with two people but hey they
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are we're just gonna close the door a
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little bit give them to come inside come
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come on Charlie come on look good boys
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come here and it's dark
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but safe the last tip is to get close to
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the ground and cover your head and your
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neck with your arms stay safe with your
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fur babies

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hi I'm Alyssa nicely and I'm with Animal
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Care controllers here with a GCC view
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Caitlyn Cody and this is prepareth on
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we've we've given you tips all week long
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and we're in our last day of prepareth
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on and I think it's one of the most
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important tips that we're going to share
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with you today and it is just in case
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you lose your pet what's the most
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important things to do get that
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microchip that way if they get turned
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into place like the MTV where we can
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find the microchip and then on there all
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of your information musically contracts
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the owners these are our magic wands
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magic licenses and magic one they are
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actually are microchipped scanners and
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if you've not seen them before all of
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our officers have needs we have them
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here at front counter we keep them back
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a very process on the animals and when
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we kick up animals they get and about
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three or four times just to make sure we
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didn't miss it right so what I'm going
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to do today and I'm going to teach you
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how to run your job and microchip and
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it's very fun actually we do this a lot
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with Tim that some of the events that we
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go to because there's a way to teach
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them that you need to have pets
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microchips but also probably how they
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work so this is Charlotte you guys on
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their little red box Charlotte sorry
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suspending I know what we're going to do
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is I'm going to have you press that in a
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reading and now you're just going to
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kind of wander oh you found it already
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right see ya that people is this that's
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right now and I look the number pops up
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if you want to show Julia the number
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yeah but it can kind of see so that
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chick that's put in the cats and the
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dogs they have a unique IV almost like a
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a bar code of the burglar alarm number
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on a starlit Oscar and that number is
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unique to Charlotte and so interesting
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so once you look up this number then do
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you get the first last names we do is
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remember DeAndre we put that in our
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system and we're able to pop up for
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instance Charlotte's information will
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come back to Animal Care controls and
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this is something very important that
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will it's also mentioned if you move
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where you change information make sure
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you update your microchip
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info so that they yeah I do they're not
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trying to call a number that's no longer
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and it's exactly that happens quite a
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bit when we getting our lofty animals
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come in their micro chest and we're like
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yes they're microchip and then we go to
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call the information into the dirt
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Carter this number doesn't no longer
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were connected so really if you're you
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have your pet microchipped and your
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number is no longer current it really
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doesn't do a whole lot of good so that's
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something you always want to think about
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when you're changing the smoke detector
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batteries and all that you know make
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sure that your microchip think about
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that in 12 and the next best thing would
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be a beautiful collar and a little pad
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here with the name maybe phone number
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and address yeah exactly and these are
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super important because even if they're
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microchipped it's a little bit of work
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to get a pet home you know when you find
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an animal and it has a tag it's much
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easier to get them home and a few weeks
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ago and we were talking about earlier a
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few weeks ago just saral my significant
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other and myself we're going hiking and
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on the way to the trail there was a dog
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trying to cross a really busy road and I
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was in so in here the dog were going to
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get hurt by one of the cars because of
3:09
kind of blind turn as coming in there so
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we pulled over safely we found a spot
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I'm in the dog of course came and
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traffic thank you everybody who stopped
3:17
and I'll lay at the dog and we had a
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collar tag and it had its name on there
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and it had a number right twenty minutes
3:25
later we have the stock hall wow thanks
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to the tag yeah so it didn't require us
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to spend a time trying to go find a seat
3:33
with microchip it was easy the people
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were appreciative that we you know found
3:39
their dog and brought it home and so
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this is the way that citizens any you
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buy a dog you can get it home if we
3:45
don't need that damn book show them you
3:47
have to become involved if you go this
3:49
is something else to even with my dogs I
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don't take colors on them when they're
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in the house but if they go in the
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backyard I always put their colors on
3:56
just in case they get loose even in your
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own neighborhood this more idea to have
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the collar on so people automatically
4:01
know that John is not a stray
4:04
it's a longer a family and where is it
4:05
go right and I know a lot of times I
4:08
often hear people say I don't like the
4:10
noise with a collar tag to make you know
4:12
when they jingle around or whatever so
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there's my options because there are
4:16
these little rubber things that you can
4:18
do so they don't jingle against each
4:20
other as much and I actually have these
4:22
ones my dad sobs are tagged chewers
4:24
something like that get the tags make a
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little bit I have these tags and I'm not
4:29
sure the company because I got some
4:31
years ago they actually go on to the
4:33
collar right and if I was like a belt
4:35
buckles a gang and so it's no none of
4:38
the jingling but yet their IDs on there
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and I've also seen people who have yes
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yes the imagine in tube here material of
4:45
the color which if you do want to get a
4:48
collar or a tag you actually have a
4:51
really awesome event planner and we do
4:52
and it's exciting as part of the
4:54
Americas prepareth on but we're going to
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be doing it in May we chose the state
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because it's our normal monthly clinic
5:01
that we do here for Mecklenburg County
5:02
residents it's going to be a maid
5:04
thirteenth at the Saturday yes so what
5:07
we're going to do here is how free
5:09
rabies vaccination on this day thanks to
5:12
data bars we're going to have free
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microchips that day as well so anybody
5:16
who doesn't have their pet microchipped
5:17
it's a great day to come out we're going
5:20
to be doing spain nooters that day if
5:21
you are interested in free spay/neuter
5:23
for your pet make sure to visit our
5:25
website and animals at CMT mean I or and
5:27
click on spay neuter you can sign up for
5:29
a free if you're in Mecklenburg County
5:31
sign up for a free spay or neuter for
5:33
your pet as well and then what we're
5:36
going to be doing is this tag machine
5:37
was accurately brand new and we've used
5:40
it once thanks to a grant from the ASPCA
5:43
we are now able to provide animals that
5:46
don't have collars with collars while
5:48
supplies last and a free ID tag and so
5:51
we're going to be doing this as part of
5:52
the preparedness and we're going to do
5:54
free tax this day as well and we're
5:57
going to have some partners of dca Sandy
5:59
Creek is partnering with us to provide
6:01
some items to build a test kit as well
6:03
which we talked about earlier in the
6:05
week so what a great day calibrate
6:07
taking care of making sure that your pet
6:09
Charlotte I just have to point out is
6:10
having some
6:11
fun over there she is such a hot mess
6:13
lovingly those you can't you go write it
6:16
down where they have to go with high one
6:18
day yeah so some of us may 13th with one
6:21
a Saturday right here at Animal Care and
6:23
Control it's on 83 15 by room dr reilly
6:27
airport it is we're right off of 485 in
6:29
months Boulevard so easy to find and if
6:31
there are be from eight until 12 that
6:32
day so it's going to be great we're
6:35
going to be doing a lot of stuff and we
6:37
invite you to come out and take
6:38
advantage of getting your pet prepare
6:40
and keeping them safe

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