Pick-Up Locations For Pet Rescue Sticker

Serv-Pro: 418 Bradley Cir, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 (843) 236-6278

Waggin Tails: 4017 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 (843) 663-1620

Beach Dogs: 905 SEA MOUNTAIN HWY #4, NMB, SC

River Oaks Animal Hospital: 4016 River Oaks Drive #C2, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 (843) 236-6080

Coastal Animal Rescue: 1288 Limestone St, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 (843) 652-4500

Ultimate Pet Services: The Market Common Myrtle Beach, SC, 29577 855-265-8654

A Dog’s Way Inn: 761 County Rd S-22-752, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 (843) 357-4545

More information about emergency care for your pet: Step 1: Get a Rescue Alert Sticker Step 2: Arrange a Safe Haven Arrange a safe haven for your pets in the event of evacuation. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND. Remember, if it isn’t safe for you, it isn’t safe for your pets. Step 3: Emergency Supplies and Traveling Kits ï‚· 3-7 days’ worth of canned (pop-top) or dry food (be sure to rotate every two months) ï‚· Disposable litter trays (aluminum roasting pans are perfect) ï‚· Litter or paper toweling ï‚· Liquid dish soap and disinfectant ï‚· Disposable garbage bags for clean-up ï‚· Pet feeding dishes ï‚· Extra collar or harness as well as an extra leash ï‚· Photocopies of medical records and a waterproof container with a two-week supply of any medicine your pet requires (Remember, food and medications need to be rotated out of your emergency kit—otherwise they may go bad or become useless.) ï‚· Bottled water, at least 7 days’ worth for each person and pet (store in a cool, dry place and replace every two months) ï‚· A traveling bag, crate or sturdy carrier, ideally one for each pet ï‚· Flashlight ï‚· Blanket (for scooping up a fearful pet) ï‚· Recent photos of your pets (in case you are separated and need to make “Lost” posters) ï‚· Especially for cats: Pillowcase or EvackSack, toys, scoopable litter ï‚· Especially for dogs: Extra leash, toys and chew toys, a week’s worth of cage liner. Step 4: Choose “Designated Caregivers” This step will take considerable time and thought. When choosing a temporary caregiver, consider someone who lives close to your residence. He or she should be someone who is generally home during the day while you are at work or has easy access to your home. Step 5: Evacuation Preparation If you must evacuate your home in a crisis, plan for the worst-case scenario. If you think you may be gone for only a day, assume that you may not be allowed to return for several weeks. Step 6: Geographic and Climatic Do you live in an area that is prone to certain natural catastrophes, such as tornadoes, earthquakes or floods? If so, you should plan accordingly.