First, be prepared with the following things on hand:
• The phone numbers and addresses of your veterinarian and an after-hours emergency clinic, including directions on how to get there
• First-aid supplies, including bandages, gauze and hydrogen peroxide
• The phone number of the poison treatment hotline in your area
• A list of any medications your pet is taking
Next, familiarize your pet with the evacuation route to make sure he’s comfortable
with stairwells and confined spaces.
Last, notify the fire marshal on your floor when your pet is present so he’ll know to
evacuate him in an emergency if you’re away from your desk.