Download the CDC PET disaster checklist

disaster-prep-pet-emergency-checklist (pdf)


are your pets ready for a emergency?


Make sure your pets have current tags with your name, phone number, and address.


Microchip is your pets ticket home.  All animals are scanned formicrochips.

Create a bin with important items

At least 3 days worth of food, water and food bowls, leashes, copy of current vaccinations and licensing information, prescriptions, toys, blankets, litter, crate for each pet with identification on it.

Do not leave your pet behind!

Do not leave your pets behind in a natural disaster.  We understand if you are not home when the emergency happens however make arrangements to assure your pet is safe.

Who can help me?

You are responsible for the first 3 days with your animals, however, please contact Animal Services for assistance.  They are there to help!!

How does the SBCACF help?

Through donations we financially assure that all the pets that come into animal services care are receiving medical care during and after the relief effort.