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Need some tips on Introductions?

Below are some links to references that are very helpful.

Introducing a new dog to your cats:

http://www.hawaiianhumane.org/sites/default/files/introduce_dog_to_cat.pdf

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/virtual-pet-behaviorist/cat-behavior/introducing-your-cat-new-dog

http://www.reachoutrescue.org/info/display?PageID=10478

Introducing a new cat to your dog and/or other pets

http://www.treehouseanimals.org/site/PageServer?pagename=caring_ccg_introducing_cat_and_dog

The Dumb Friends League has an extensive library of resources

Successful Transitions/Enrichment Activities
 
 

Our Partner AdvoCATcy Organization-Alaska’s KAAATs

Click on the link to find support for your cats!

Emergency Preparedness!

 Be Prepared!!

EathquakeWe think it can’t happen to us, but no one is immune and it is imperative for everyone’s safety to be prepared for whatever disaster may strike — earthquake, fire, tsunami, volcanic eruption, hurricanes, etc. — by assembling an emergency kit for your pets and you. Keep your pets extra safe with up-to-date tags and microchips, which can be essential in a disaster in which a pet may become separated from you.

A typical pet emergency kit should include:

  • Pet first aid kit (available online)
  • Litter and disposable pans
  • One pet carrier per pet
  • Extra leashes and collars/harnesses
  • Food and water bowls
  • Two weeks’ worth of extra medication if your pet requires regular treatment (replace regularly so it doesn’t expire)
  • Blanket
  • Photocopies of your pets’ medical records
  • Recent photos of your pet

Disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis, the public water supply may be contaminated or disrupted. For this reason, all emergency kits should include at least a seven-day supply of bottled water, in addition to three days’ worth of nonperishable food items for you and your pets. For a full list of emergency supplies for earthquake preparedness, visit the Centers for Disease Control website.

courtesy www.vetstreet.com

Lost Your Pet?

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This website has the most explicit and helpful information on lost dogs and cats. Below are the some of the links and the main website.

http://missinganimalresponse.com/

Lost Cat Behavior

Lost Dog Behavior

Local Resources

Alaska Humane Society

Mat Su Animal Shelter

Alaska’s KAAAT’s

Anchorage Animal CONTROL

Fairbanks North Star Borough Animal Control

National Resources

Internation Association of Animal Behavior Consultants

The Cat Hustler

Best Friends Animal Society

Maddie’s Fund

 Alley Cat Allies

Chicago Cat Rescue