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Hurricane season is here! Are you and your pets prepared?

Prepare Your Pets with Professional Guidance from an Experienced Air Force Veteran and Pet Care Expert

You've heard it all over the news. This hurricane season is predicted to be more active than previous years. Do you know how to prepare for a hurricane? What about what you need to prepare for your pets?

I'm here to teach you everything you need to know about preparing for the storm, riding out the storm, evacuating, and returning home to assess the damage.

When hurricanes strike, they don't just threaten our homes—they put our beloved pets at risk too. The risks can be serious:

Thousands of Pets Go Missing:

Every year, thousands of pets go missing during hurricanes due to inadequate preparation and chaotic evacuations.

Exposure to Harmful Chemicals:


Floodwaters and debris can expose pets to harmful chemicals and physical dangers, risking their health and safety.

Stress and Anxiety:


Hurricanes can be extremely stressful for pets, causing anxiety and fear. An unprepared pet can panic and potentially harm themselves.

It’s Stressful for You, Too:


The stress of not being prepared can affect you, too. There's nothing like the peace of mind that comes from knowing you and your pets are ready for anything.

Being prepared is the best feeling in the world. This course will give you the knowledge and tools to protect your pets.

Living in Florida, I know firsthand the challenges of extreme weather. I care for pets year-round in a hurricane-prone area and have countless stories of navigating storms with the pets I care for.


Learn from my experience so you can weather the storm safely with your pet, no matter what this hurricane season throws our way.


Here's what you'll learn:

Module 1: Introduction to Hurricane Preparedness for Pets

Lesson 1.1: Understanding the Importance of Being Prepared

Lesson 1.2: Overview of Risks for Pets During Hurricanes

Lesson 1.3: Essential Pet Supplies for Hurricane Season

Module 2: Preparing Your Pet for a Hurricane


Lesson 2.1: Creating a Pet-Friendly Emergency Kit

Lesson 2.2: ID Tags, Microchips, and Pet Rescue Stickers

Lesson 2.3: Training Your Pet for Emergencies

Module 3: Scenario Planning: Staying Home


Lesson 3.1: Securing a Safe Space at Home

Lesson 3.2: Comforting Your Pet During the Storm

Lesson 3.3: Emergency Procedures If Conditions Worsen

Module 4: Scenario Planning: Evacuating to a Shelter


Lesson 4.1: How to Find a Pet-Friendly Shelter

Lesson 4.2: Booking Pet-Friendly Accommodations

Lesson 4.3: Preparing for Evacuation: What to Pack?

Module 5: Scenario Planning: Traveling Out of the Area

Lesson 5.1: Safely Transporting Your Pets During an Evacuation

Lesson 5.2: Keeping Your Pet Comfortable and Safe on the Road

Module 6: Post-Hurricane Recovery and Care


Lesson 6.1: Returning Home Safely with Pets

Lesson 6.2: Assessing and Reporting Damage: Pet Safety Perspective

Module 7: Final tips and course wrap-up

Over 90 minutes of video content

Course Bonuses:

Printable Binder ($30 Value): This bonus is filled with checklists to prepare your emergency kit, a place to keep important pet info, and to organize important documents. It’s so important to have all your pet and evacuation info in one place. You never know if your phone battery will last through the storm! 


Facebook Group Access: Get access to my Hurricane Prepared Pet Parents Facebook Group to ask me questions, get more resources, and chat with like-minded pet parents. We’re here to help each other!

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My name is Jennifer Jasmin

I'm a proud Air Force veteran who has seamlessly transitioned my sharp skills from weather forecaster in the military to running a beloved pet sitting and dog walking business in sunny Brevard County, Florida. During my time in the Air Force, my knack for precise weather predictions made me an indispensable part of many missions, earning recognition and numerous accolades. I remember my time of being stationed in Hawaii with many fond memories.


Now out of uniform, I pour my energy and discipline into my pet care business, delivering peace of mind to pet owners and lots of love to their furry friends. I am also working to complete my dog training certification. My business is a hit in the community, blending my love for animals with my military-honed organizational skills.


My husband is a retired Marine, and together, we’ve decided to fill their home with the joyful chaos of furbabies. My story is one of continued service, from safeguarding the nation to caring for pets with unwavering dedication and love.


Prepare for hurricane season now! You can't afford not to.

This Course is Perfect for YOU If:

  • You live in a hurricane-prone area. That's from Virginia and North Carolina, all the way around to Texas.

  • You have pets that you love and want to keep safe.

  • You may have recently relocated to a hurricane-prone area and are unsure how to prepare.

  • Or… you’ve lived in a hurricane-prone area for a while but have a new pet and want to do everything you can to keep them safe.

100% Refund Policy

If for any reason, you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will give you a 100% refund within 14 days of your purchase date.


How long will the course take?

You can complete this course in a weekend. There are over 90 minutes of video content.

How long do I have access to the course?

You will have lifetime access to the course and will receive and future updates to the course.

What if I don't like this course?

If for any reason, you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will give you a 100% refund within 14 days of your purchase date.

Are there any printables with this course?

Yes there is a printable document that can be put in a binder for easy access.

What if I have questions after completing the course?

There is a free Facebook group where you can chat with me or other like minded pet parents.

Why should I take this course from Jen?

I have years of weather forecasting experience, to include tropical systems. I am also in my senior year of my meteorology degree. Lastly, I have lived in a hurricane zone my whole life and have been through numerous storms.

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