Below are websites listed by
topics which you may find interesting or helpful.
Training Programs and Information:
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and
American Humane Association Offers information and courses on Animals in Disasters. Also has nationwide and international disaster response teams.
American Red Cross Cincinnati This site offers excellent training courses for Pet First Aid as well as Disaster Response (although their disaster courses are for helping people, not animals)
American Red Cross Indiana Offers many of the
services and programs as the Cincinnati chapter
United Animal Nations This organization has disaster response teams and information as well as courses. This organization is now call Red Rover http://RedRover.org/
Citizen Corps/ CERT This site has information
about Community Emergency Response Teams. CERT
teams are geared toward people, but our local groups
have been open to working with CART and recognize us
as a major asset to the disaster response.
State Citizen Corps Point of Contact Click on
Citizen Corps State POC list on the navigation list
on the left-hand side of the screen.
Disaster News Network DNN is a news
service that tells the story of disaster response
and suggests appropriate ways the public can help
survivors. It also facilitates information
sharing among disaster responders.
Gear for Disaster Responders:
Safety Central (Safety gear) This site has everything you can imagine needing for emergency preparedness and response.
The Preparedness Center (Preparation and response gear)
Disaster Preparedness and Preparation
for Your Family:
AVMA Care for Pets This is a comprehensive site for pet health and safety. It covers sanitation practices, first aid, poison control, safety measures when leaving home, diseases and seasonal health concerns, and safety tips for children around pets.
American Association of Equine Practitioners Disaster
preparedness for Equine Veterinarians and Equine
Active in Disasters (VOAD) and Medical Reserve Corps
Hamilton County Auditor Information on dog licenses and dog law information
How to track animals: http://www.ussartf.org/animal_tracking.htm
Wildlife Rehabilitators, Specialty and Exotics
To Learn More about what happened in New Orleans (Tylertown) click here. This website takes you page by page through a very detailed explanation of how animals were rescued, processed and returned/adopted through the Tylertown facility. Keep clicking on the hurricane icon to progress through the pages.
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