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Genius idea ALL pet owners should know about in an emergency

A simple idea which insures your fur-family are looked after in the case of an emergency has been given an enthusiastic nod of approval by dog lovers.

The simple idea is to place an information card in your wallet to alert emergency services you have a dog at home, and who to call to make sure it is looked after.

The cards can all be slightly different but generally have something like ‘In case of an emergency please contact the people on the reverse side to care for my dog’.

An incredible idea which insures your fur-family are looked after in the case of an emergency has been given an enthusiastic nod of approval by dog lovers

An incredible idea which insures your fur-family are looked after in the case of an emergency has been given an enthusiastic nod of approval by dog lovers

An incredible idea which insures your fur-family are looked after in the case of an emergency has been given an enthusiastic nod of approval by dog lovers

The reverse side of the card then usually includes the names and phone numbers of the best people to contact to care for the pet – as well as details about the animal.

‘This is super important, and a very practical idea,’ one dog lover said.

Another said they already have a card in their wallet – but also have signs on their home detailing how many pets are inside in the case of an emergency.

The reverse side of the card then usually includes the names and phone numbers of the best people to contact to care for the pet - as well as details about the animal.

The reverse side of the card then usually includes the names and phone numbers of the best people to contact to care for the pet - as well as details about the animal.

The reverse side of the card then usually includes the names and phone numbers of the best people to contact to care for the pet – as well as details about the animal.

‘They came in a kit with the wallet card and a key ring with details on it,’ one man said.

Another man said his card has his wife’s contact numbers and his vet’s details written on the back.

‘This gave me a lump in my throat, imagining my dogs alone and scared,’ another said.

Another added a picture of their card which includes their wife's details and vet information

Another added a picture of their card which includes their wife's details and vet information

Another added a picture of their card which includes their wife’s details and vet information

Others feared the card could lead thieves to their home – knowing they lived alone.

‘Put a photo of a direwolf in their too,’ suggested one person.

The post went viral in the group in a matter of hours – opening up the important discussion of who would look after people’s pets if they became ill or were in an accident. 

Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News

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