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On National Animal Preparedness Day, Allison Cardona/ASPCA Disaster Services Director: “It’s Really Important That Pet Owners Prepare”

May 8th, 2010 · No Comments

To mark National Animal Preparedness Day, I am reposting a video I shot of Allison Cardona, the Director of Disaster Services for the American Society for the Protection of Animals (ASPCA). It was done at a pets’ emergency preparedness event held last year by the ASPCA and New York’s Office of Emergency Management.

In the short video, Allison explains the steps every pet owner should do to prepare their animals for emergencies. In the background there is a Golden Retriever, Hunter, who stopped by (with his owner) to be microchipped and have a ‘go bag’  photo taken. I have found that pet owners tend to be among the most prepared groups, but I’m sure Allison’s recommendations will be helpful.

Allison Cardona, ASPCA, Disaster Response Director

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