Emergency Response

Woman sitting on a couch next to a happy looking German shepherd dog
The following resources have been compiled to help people answer questions or concerns about pets and COVID-19 and to share how you can help keep pets and people safe in yo...Read More
White and brown small dog in a carrier
If you’re ever in an emergency situation, the key is to remain as calm as possible....Read More
Two masked people moving cases of canned cat food
As disasters occur, it is natural to get immersed in the news as you hear the stories, see the dreadful images and empathize with victims for the hardship they are enduring...Read More
Tabby cat sniffing medication bottles on a windowsill
Emergencies can happen at any time, so it’s crucial for pet owners to be as prepared as possible for a potential evacuation or shelter-in-place situation that could last fo...Read More
Orange tabby being rescued. Disaster preparedness for pets is essential.
If there’s ever a natural disaster or emergency requiring evacuation in the area where you live, you’ll want to be ready to keep not only yourself safe, but your dogs, cats...Read More
Ethan carrying a tan colored dog after rescuing him following a hurricane
After Hurricane Katrina, President George W. Bush signed the Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act (aka the PETS Act) into law....Read More
Smiling woman holding a small scruffy dog
Animal welfare experts anticipate that communities will experience a surge in the number of pets entering shelters as the spread of COVID-19. Here's how you can help....Read More
Woman sitting on the floor cradling an orange and white kitten in her arms
As concerns grow surrounding COVID-19 and the impact it will have on our country, here are the latest facts and resources to get you help....Read More