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Evacuation Planning - BARK

EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLANNING

“Failure to plan is planning to fail”



Many cities, towns and communities throughout Canada are at risk of evacuation on an ongoing basis due to natural disasters - including interface wildfires, earthquakes and sudden flooding. Unfortunately, many households do not take the time to consider planning for a sudden evacuation until they are dealing with their own. By incorporating your animals in your evacuation planning, you can mitigate pet evacuation failure and improve an animal’s survival prognosis during a natural disaster.


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