Our passion for pets drives who we are and what we do!

After Hurricane Harvey, Michelle collected donations, filling a trailer, and “Marshall’s Mission” (named after her dog) was born. They drove from Nevada to Texas. “Marshall’s Mission” delivered the much-needed supplies to shelters and, along the way, rescued four awesome dogs who were about to be euthanized. Back at home she was able to find them the perfect families. This trip gave her the realization that there was something missing. Why would you leave your pets behind or surrender them?

After doing much research she realized there was a problem in the market and that there was not a good option for people to be prepared with their pets to evacuate. So after months of months of research and development the Pet Evac Pak was born.

Michelle with her Therapy Dog Marshall

Community Outreach


Local pet evacuation kit receives accolades
Thousands of pounds of food heading to Paradise for pets of the Camp Fire
Girl Scouts help local company assemble pet evacuation kits

The little company with a big passion for pets!

In the wake of the 2017 fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties, Southern California, and Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, it was heartbreaking to see the pets that had been left behind.

During and after the Campfire in Paradise California, Pet Evac Pak with the help of the local Northern Nevada community delivered 5 loads (3 full U-hauls) of pet food and supplies to the victims of the campfire.

Michelle, with her therapy dog, Marshall, visit a residential treatment facility for kids weekly and Michelle also heads up the Northern Nevada Therapy Dog Response Teams supporting the local Red Cross when shelters are set up.

Community Outreach

Dalmatian Mix Dogs From Flood-ravaged TX Need Local Homes
Hurricane Harvey Dogs Find New Local Homes

National Pet Preparedness Month
National Pet Preparedness Month