Pets are family members too – be sure to include them in your hurricane plan. Visit miamidade.gov/animals for a "Pet Emergency Checklist." What are the requirements to participate in one of the Pet Friendly Evacuation Centers?- -Provide proof of residency within an evacuation zonePresent medical and current vaccination records for each petPet owners must bring supplies for themselves and their pet(s)Limit four (4) pets per householdFamily member must remain in the PFEC with the pet(s)Pet owners are reminded that pets require special consideration. Pet owners must be prepared to care for and maintain control over their pets at all times. In order to avoid injury to response personnel or the public from anxious or aggressive pets, owners are required to:Maintain their pets in a crate, on a leash, or otherwise controlledMuzzle aggressive or anxious petsMiami-Dade County Animal Services does not board animals during emergencies. The shelter will be crowded due to displaced animals immediately after a storm, and it is not possible to kennel owned animals prior to a emergency event.What types of pets are accepted at the centers?Dogs, Cats, Gerbils, Guinea pigs, Hamsters, Mice/rats, Rabbits (small-sized, under 10 pounds, such as California or Dutch breeds), Ferrets, Birds.
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