What to do if you’re worried about a potential zombie outbreak in your backyard

  • October 8, 2021

How to deal with a zombie outbreak: 1.

Get rid of it. 2.

Keep it out.

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Stay safe.

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Get out of the way.

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Know what to do when it comes to pets.

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Know how to handle a zombie.

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Know the rules for how to deal and how to treat an animal.

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Know where to get help and how.

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Know if you have the right to euthanize an animal, or euthanized it. 10.

Know which laws to obey.

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Know when and how you can call the police.

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Know who you can get help from.

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Know about animal-welfare groups.

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Know that you have a right to animal welfare information.

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Know all of the local ordinances.

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Know local shelters and emergency shelters that may be available.

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Know your local laws.

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Know any laws that apply to your home.

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Know you can apply for a shelter.

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Know to wear a head-covering when outdoors.

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Know and respect the laws of your state and local government.

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Know each shelter’s policy.

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Know state and county animal ordinances.

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Know specific animal shelters and other resources.

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Know other local laws that affect pets.

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Know whether your city or town has a pet-friendly ordinance.

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Know why you may be arrested for a crime.

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Know a shelter or rescue organization’s contact information.

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Know before you go that it is illegal to have a pet.

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Know certain laws in your state that affect animals.

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Know county ordinances that apply when itcomes to pets and their care.

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Know animal-friendly laws.

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Know pets are welcome at all parks and playgrounds.

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Know dog-friendly regulations.

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Know pet-safe laws and policies.

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Know or should know how to pick up trash.

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Know signs and rules when visiting a local park.

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Know information on the American Kennel Club’s list of approved animal shelters.

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Know city and county ordinances and ordinances.

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Know ordinances and rules on how to dispose of pets.

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Know shelters and rescue organizations that will adopt a pet and care for it. 42.

Know regulations for keeping animals indoors.

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Know restrictions on the use of dogs for research and experimentation.

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Know zoning rules that apply in your neighborhood.

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Know emergency shelters and rescues that may adopt a dog or cat.

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Know codes and ordinances that may apply in a certain location.

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Know rules for dogs and cats.

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Know requirements for keeping pets indoors.

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Know special rules for certain types of pets and pet carriers.

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Know shelter rules for pets and animals.

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Know laws regarding the handling of pets by pets.

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Know some information on adoptable pets and adoptable-shelter-type animals.

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Know appropriate laws for caring for and owning dogs and dogs-type pets.

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Know precautions for keeping pet supplies and supplies for pets at home.

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Know guidelines for dogs, cats and other animals when on public or private property.

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Know safety tips when it becomes necessary to use dogs for public safety.

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Know common emergency shelters for dogs.

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Know public shelters and dog-safety zones.

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Know tips for protecting your pet while at work or school.

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Know additional shelter rules and regulations.

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Know current laws and regulations pertaining to the use, care and keeping of pets on school grounds.

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Know important information about shelter and rescue dogs.

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Know more about how to safely dispose of your pets and keep them in a safe location.

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Know best practices when caring for pets in a home.