American Red Cross Pet CPR
  1. Pet Disaster Preparedness In an emergency, your pets will be even more dependent on you for their safety and well-being. Your family’s disaster plans must include your furry family members too. Learn what to do to keep your beloved pets safe! Click here to learn more.
  • Pets are part of the family, and just like learning First Aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) skills for adults and children allows you to care for your family, learning important first aid for your cats and dogs can help you best care for them. Click here to learn more.

Pet Emergency Preparedness
  • “Preparedness is everyone’s job.  Not just government agencies, but all sectors of society….During the first few hours or days following a disaster, essential services may not be available.  People must be ready to act on their own.”  Click here to learn more.
  • NEW The National Animal Rescue and Sheltering Coalition (NARSC) has created the Emergency Animal Sheltering during COVID-19 Guidance to Jurisdictions, a document that provides guidance to local governments and operational areas on how to shelter animals in a Coronavirus (COVID-19) environment.
Protect your pets
  • When disasters strike – Protect your pets!  Disasters don’t just affect people – they also affect pets, and pets depend on people for their safety.  Click here for tips on planning for evacuating your pet.
ASPCA Pet Preparedness Planning
  • Emergencies come in many forms, and each type of disaster requires different measures to keep your pets safe, so the best thing you can do for yourself and your pets is to be prepared.  Click here for some simple steps you can follow now to make sure you’re ready before the next disaster strikes.