It’s important to plan for emergencies, especially if you live in an area with any number of possible natural disasters from fires, floods, earthquakes, tornados etc.

This includes making sure you have the right number of crates and vehicles ready for all the smaller residents, and truck(s) and trailer(s) for larger individuals. Even if you don’t have those things yourself, you need to make sure you have the volunteers/contacts and necessary equipment and vehicles lined up as part of your disaster and emergency plan and procedures.


Government Of Canada | Get Prepared – Emergency Preparedness For Farm(ed) Animals

Government Of Canada | Get Prepared – Your Emergency Plan – Pets And Service Animals

Animal Lifeline Emergency Response Team (ALERT) – British Columbia | Be Prepared

Canadian Disaster Animal Response Team (CDART) | Preparing For A Disaster

Facebook Group | BC & Alberta Emergency Livestock/Animal/Horse Evacuation Support Group

W.A.S.P. Manufacturing Ltd. | Fire Protection Kit

The Open Sanctuary Project | Quickly And Safely Evacuate Residents From The Area

The Open Sanctuary Project | Transportation Safety And Legal Considerations

The Humane Society Of The United States | Disaster Prep + Response

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