AVMA steps up efforts to aid victims of U.S. hurricanes, wildfires

The association offers information on volunteering, interactive maps, tips, hotlines, and more.

For those seeking help and those offering to help in the face of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well as the numerous wildfires scorching vast swaths of the western U.S., the American Veterinary Medical Association created a comprehensive resource  webpage as well as a pet evacuation kit at avma.org/PetReady.

The AVMA is in constant contact with federal, state, and local agencies to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date list of resources possible for veterinarians and other pet health professionals, according to the association.

Information available includes:

Leave a Comment

Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

___

Register

Sign-up for your account with Veterinary Practice News. Your account gives you unlimited free access to our Newsletter Archives and our Digital Editions of Veterinary Practice News.
Please check the box below to confirm you would like to be added to Kenilworth Media’s various e-mail communications (includes e-newsletters, a survey now and then, and offers to the veterinarian industry*).
 

Leave this empty:

*We do not sell your e-mail address to 3rd parties, we simply forward their offers to you. Of course, you always have the right to unsubscribe from any communications you receive from us, should you change your mind in the future.