When COVID-19 struck last year, by the middle of March, Pet Therapy had come to a halt.
Almost one year after rescuing six dogs from a hoarding situation after the owner passed away, I am often asked how the pups are doing.
When we think of emergency preparedness for our pets, we typically think about the tangible items
Keep your pets safe this holiday season
In 2014, Michelle, lost her Dalmatian, Raven. This is the story of how she got through the heartbreak
What a year! We rescued and fostered some dogs, collected and delivered donations of pet supplies for the victims of the Camp Fire in CA, and volunteered over 200 hours with our therapy dogs
This month, we were so excited to be featured on KUNR 88.7 Reno Public Radio and in The Northern Nevada Business View.
We started Pet Evac Pak because 91% of pet owners are not prepared for the next natural disaster (USA Today, 6/1/18). We want to provide pet owners with an emergency evacuation kit specifically designed for pets. Other kits are spin-offs of people kits, containing people products, or are packaged in buckets and briefcases. Our kits are focused on the pets, what they need and what their owner needs to take care of them.