Contact your local fairgrounds, stockyards, equestrian centers, friends etc. about their policies and ability to temporarily take livestock in an emergency.
Have vaccination/medical records, registration papers and photographs of your animals (proof of ownership).
Plan where you will take or leave your pets and select an alternate prearranged location as well.
Prepare pet disaster preparedness kit.
Make sure your pets are always wearing properly fitted collars with personal identification, rabies and license tags.
Make sure that each animal has its own pet carrier.
Arrange in advance for a neighbor to check on or transport your pets, in case you are not home when disaster strikes.
Prepare your livestock disaster preparedness kit.
If you must leave your animals, leave them in a pre-selected, cleared area. Leave enough hay for 48 to 72 hours.
Clear defensible space around your barns, pastures and property just as you do your home.