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Animal Preparedness

  • Animal Care Emergency Programs (ACEP)  http://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_welfare/ep/acep_more_info.shtml

  • SART USA          http://www.ncsart.org/

  • Citizen Corps  http://www.citizencorps.gov/about/

  • Animal & Pet Preparedness Presentations  http://www.citizencorps.gov/news/webcasts/animalpreparedness
    • Animal Response II  http://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/downloads/training/CERT_PPT_Animal%20Response%20I_Final_071610.pdf
    • www.ready.gov/america   http://www.ready.gov/america/toolkit_pets/index.html    http://www.ready.gov/america/_downloads/toolkit_pets/ARCPetsandSheltering_3pg.pdf

    Check out if your town has an Department of Emergency Management

    Example:   San Francisco's   http://www.sfdem.org/    http://www.sfdem.org/ftp/uploadedfiles/DEM/PlansReports/ESF11-Animal.pdf


     Something to think about...

    One is purchased for $1.5M - 

    A Tibetan mastiff became the world's mostexpensive dog. Someone in China paid more than $1.5 million for him, the New York Post reported.

    Millions of pets are needing a home.  Veterans are healing with pets.  

    What if all shelters donated pets to Vets instead of euthanizing them. 


    One claims the hearts of millions

    Wall-e, an euthanized puppy who survived!  Animal Control Officer Scott Prall was the one who heard Wall-e whimpering in the dumpster.

    Shelter Pets Help Heal Veterans

    Vets Adopt Pets seeks all Animal Care & Controls to offer Veterans, present Military personnel and their families a fee-waiver.
    Email us if you have one now or would like more information.
    VetsAdoptPets [@] gmail.com

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