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JUNE 2017 - v5i06

WELCOME to Tante Lori's Monthly Newsletter designed to talk about those questions that pop in our heads from time to time. This newsletter will aim to be brief, fun, informative, and interesting. I hope you find it useful and I welcome your comments and suggestions.

  • Pet of the Month - DAPHNE
  • Are you prepared for Emergencies when it come to your pet?

Pet of the Month - June 2017

WAIT and watch what she does to my couch in animation BELOW !

gets bored and finds her own entertainment!

Looking at my couch here after a crazy weekend recently I noticed that most of the pillows and blankets were on the floor.
I then fondly rememered DAPHNE.....
She was one of my daily clients back in San Francisco - 2004-2006

Daphne was full of love and .... ENERGY!
She is the reason I came up with the idea of washable and replacable covers for my cushions.
I had to find some way to keep the couch stuffing inside. .. LOL

I laugh everytime I see this animation! Rest in Peace sweet girl.


Are you prepared if there is an emergency?

Will your pet(s) be taken care of?


  • Is your pet microchipped? The majority of shelters have a scanning device that can read the microchip that is placed under your pet's skin. The microchip carries important identifying information for your pet and can be provided at many shelters and vet’s offices for a nominal fee in a matter of seconds.

  • Make sure your pet has a collar with updated identification tags. This is a simple way for people to contact you if your pet has been found.

  • Find out where lost pets are taken in your neighborhood if there is a disaster. Some cities have a central location where pet's are placed for the first 24-48 hours before being relocated to area shelters. Save yourself time by doing a little research now!

  • Have a sign in your window so emergency personnel know that there is a pet inside your home that needs to be rescued. If you need one, contact me and I'll mail you one ...

  • Have a designated person(s) to check in on your pet in case of an emergency. Give them a list of reputable boarding options just in case they are not able to take your pet into their own home.

  • Where are your local emergency vet clinics? You do not want to be scrambling for this information when your dog needs immediate care. Tac on a bulletin board (or other easily accessed place) local vet information with phone number, hours, address and map with directions.

  • Is your pet up to date on vaccinations? If your dog is placed in a shelter, boarding facility, or lost on the street you want to make sure that he is protected against diseases that he would not otherwise be exposed to in your home.

  • Where can you go with your pet if you must leave your home unexpectedly? Keep a list of pet-friendly hotels so you know where you can go if you are unable to stay in your home.

  • If you have to leave your home, bring familiar objects for your pet. If possible, grab a favorite toy or pet bed with familiar scents that can reduce anxiety in a stressful situation.

  • Email yourself or a friend a picture of your pet so you have a picture available to post in case of separation. If pet is lost, you can send the picture to local shelters, local website notice boards, Facebook, etc.

  • Make sure your pet is provided for in your Last Will and Testament or write your wishes for your pet and distribute to those that will be responsible for your pet for carrying out your wishes.

A little advanced planning on your part could be the difference between a happy reunion or heartache for you and your pet. While we all pray that we will never need to use this information, having it on hand as a quick reference can bring some peace of mind in an emergency situation.

excerpts from:

Here are some PDF's with more info on how to prepare for
First Aid and Emergency kits.

8 Tips to Prepare
for a Disaster

Pet Emergency
Handbook -34 pages

WARNING brochure



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