Over 36% of US households own a dog—what would you do if you couldn’t reach a store to get Fido his food? Stephanie Dale, author with the APN, offers the following tips:
The best way to protect your household from the effects of a disaster is to be prepared. If you own pets you are responsible to prepare for them as well. Many disasters could cut off your access to more pet food from the store. A prolonged power outage could keep the stores closed, or they may already be sold out. Storing some extra food for pets is essential for their health and well-being. For the full story, click here.