Category: Disasters

Disaster Preparedness for Your Pets

My recent post about National Disaster Preparedness Month (happening now) solicited many fabulous disaster preparedness suggestions from you, my wonderful readers. One such reader is Abby Harrison, a certified professional dog trainer located in Houston. She provided me… Read More

National Disaster Preparedness Month: Send Me Your Good Ideas in Exchange for a Chance to Win a Book!

Today marks the beginning of National Preparedness Month. Whether you live in the land of earthquakes, fires, floods, tornadoes, or hurricanes here is your reminder to reassess just how prepared you will be should a disaster strike. And,… Read More

Helping Those Who Are Helping the Victims

Pictured below are Harley (the Great Dane), Bogie (the blonde), and Buddy (the puppy). They are currently residing at the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, their families having been displaced by the Waldo Canyon fire that… Read More

When Microchipping Matters Most

I just read a story about a dog named Hanah who was displaced from her family during the recent tornado that terrorized Joplin, Missouri. There have been a couple of post-tornado Hanah sightings, but to date, she’s yet… Read More

WorldVets Paws for Japan

    I hope you will join me in supporting World Vets (www.worldvets.org), a world class organization doing fabulous and important work for animals all over the world.             Nancy Kay, DVM Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal… Read More