Denver, CO) — PetAid Disaster Services is working with emergency management teams in Adams, Boulder, Jefferson, and Larimer Counties and the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) to monitor the massive flooding across the Front Range and is ready to assist if needed.
PetAid Colorado Disaster Services has veterinarians and other trained volunteers ready to assist in the care of at-risk pets that are displaced or injured. PetAid Disaster Services—a program of PetAid Colorado, the healthcare safety net for underprivileged pets and animals at risk—is a vital resource for state and local organizations and municipalities that need assistance for pets during disasters.
“PetAid Disaster Services exists to assist small and large animals who are in need of veterinary care or other services during an extremely stressful and emotional time in a person’s life,” said program director Debrah Schnackenberg. “We work very collaboratively with all organizations and agencies involved in the disaster and are on-hand to provide resources and advice in regards to pet safety and wellness.”
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PetAid Colorado is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that weaves a safety net of programs to benefit pets in need. Collaborating with veterinarians and community partners, we are delivering an array of unique programs and fulfilling a vast need to provide veterinary care for animals of vulnerable populations, exclusively.