Join us Wednesday, July 1, at 2:00 PM for a presentation by Gail Green on caring for pets during disasters.
We frequently hear about the importance of planning ahead for family emergencies—what we should have in family go-bags in case we need to evacuate because of a gas leak or earthquake damage.
Much less frequently do we hear about what we should do for our pets, with potentially tragic consequences. Disasters have often left volunteers with hundreds of animals to rescue and care for because owners had to leave them behind.
Gail S. Green, Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT), is a dog professional with 55 years of experience. Gail also has experience with cats and birds. She has trained at the American Red Cross Disaster Institute and has participated in pet rescue efforts following hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, and floods.
No reservations are required, but the session is limited to 100. Be sure to check in on time.