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EMERGENCY INFORMATION

If you are like millions of other animal owners, your pet is an important member of your household.

Make plans to ensure your pet's safety before, during, and after an emergency. The following are organizations and resources that you can contact or access to help you plan how to protect your pets. It's always best if you find where your nearest emergency pet clinic is located and have the phone number available in case you need it.

Take Steps Now to Ensure Your Pets Safety

Step 1: Rescue alert sticker
Step 2: Arrange a safe haven for your pets in the event of an evacuation
Step 3: Emergency supplies and traveling kit
Step 4: Choose “designated caregivers”
Step 5: Evacuation Preparation
Step 6: Geographic & Climactic Considerations:
Texas is prone to tornadoes and flooding. Plan accordingly.

Pet Poison Questions

1. Pet Poison Tips: All You Need To Know
2. What To Do If Your Pet Is Poisoned
3. Ask the APCC - Okay or No Way?


Animal Poison Control Center
Operated by ASPCA - (888) 426-4435

Area Emergency Animal Clinics

North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic
1712 W. Frankford Rd. #108, Carrollton
972-323-1310
www.ntepc.com

Emergency Animal Clinic of Collin County
10225 Custer Road
Plano, TX 75025
(Note - this is a new location)
972-517-7155
www.380westanimalhospital.com

The E-Clinic
3337 N. Fitzhugh Ave. in Dallas
214-520-8388
www.eclinic.org

Emergency Animal Clinic
12101 Greenville Ave., #118 (at Markville), Dallas
972-994-9110
www.dallasemergencyanimalclinic.com

Operation Kindness is not responsible for content on the referral websites listed here.

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