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The most important element though is the food. Yes, your dog or cat will need the blanket, the reflective gear so that they are easy to spot, and the poop bags and grooming items, but the food and water packets are what really counts. They need food and nutrition just like humans do and yet they cannot eat the emergency food packets people buy. Some of these meals could even be poisonous to your pets. Most pet survival kits are good for three days and they have enough food for those crucial 72 hours. Youll find at least twelve food packets, around 6 water packets, and several small meals and snacks. These will keep your pet healthy despite the emergency situation. You might also want to buy these survival kits even when you arent planning for an emergency situation like a storm.
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