Companion Animal Medical Centre is a big fan and supporter of the ASPCA.
The ASPCA, short for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. They will send you the pet safety stickers you see below for free. These stickers will notify rescue workers that your pet may be present inside your home or vehicle in the case of an emergency. We’ll provide you with the direct link to request these at the end of this article.
What’s a pet safety pack?
A pet safety pack really just boils down to the essentials your pet would need during an emergency.
Cats typically require a handful more items than dogs do in their safety packs.
Emergency Safety Items For Dogs & Cats
Here is a short of list of things you may want to consider to keep in your pet’s emergency pack:
- 1 week’s worth of food
- A leash and collar or harness
- Your pet’s medical records
- Recent photos of your pet (in case you get separated)
- Poop/garbage bags
Extra Items Cats May Need
- Litter and litter box
- Travel carrier
Pet Safety Packs Are Pretty Simple After All
We hope you were pleasantly surprised by the shortlist of items to include in your pet safety pack! You probably already have all of these things!
The best thing would be to never have to use your emergency safety pack at all, but if you do need it in the future, you’ll be glad you had prepared.
We’d love to keep your pet as healthy as can be now and in the future. Companion Animal Medical Centre is a locally owned and operated animal hospital in Milford, OH. Dr. Steffen is the veterinarian on staff and also owns the practice. She is very well respected by her clients and peers for her knowledge of holistic pet care.
Emergency Animal Shelters in Greater Cincinnati
In case you were wondering where the local emergency animal shelters in Greater Cincinnati are located, we wanted to include a shortlist of options available to pet owners in Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana.
Click on any animal shelter to visit their website to learn more about them and what they offer.
- Cincinnati Animal CARE / Hamilton County Animal Shelter – 3949 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223
- Kenton County Animal Services – 1020 Mary Laidley Rd, Covington, KY 41017
- Campbell County Animal Shelter – 1989 Poplar Ridge Rd, Melbourne, KY 41059
- P.A.W.S. of Dearborn County Humane Center – 200 Charles A Liddle Drive, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
- SPCA Cincinnati – 11900 Conrey Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45249
Go Get Your FREE Pet Safety Stickers Before You Forget!
We know you are busy, that is why will offer online scheduling 24/7 from our website. New and existing clients can schedule their pet’s appointment with Dr. Steffen whenever and wherever convenient for you!
Visit ASPCA’s website to request your Free pet safety stickers: Get Your FREE Pet Safety Stickers