Resources: Veterinary clinical disaster preparedness

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Resources: Veterinary clinical disaster preparedness

Links to websites asking for disaster help from veterinarians.
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Jun 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

The following are links to websites with information on disaster preparedness and how veterinarians can learn about, and participate in, local disaster recovery:

> Download the AVMA's "Saving the Whole Family" brochure

> American Veterinary Medical Association Disaster Preparedness for Veterinarians

> Community Emergency Response Team

> Federal Emergency Management Agency National Incident Monitoring System

> Medical Reserve Corps

> National Association for Search and Rescue

> National Search Dog Disaster Foundation

> North Carolina State Animal Response Team

> Urban Search and Rescue

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