POP UP TALK: Emergency Pet Preparedness
ABOUT THE EVENT:
This event will take place in our Zoom Room. You will receive the Zoom Room link and additional details after registering.
Tonight, Traci Bisson, owner and founder of Golden Dog Adventure Co., talks with Marie Rouleau, Adventure Guide and Pet Preparedness expert about the importance of planning for and preparing your human and furry family for an emergency situation.
Emergencies can happen on a personal, community, national, and global level. It is likely you will be or have been impacted by a natural or manmade disaster in your lifetime. During this presentation, Marie will offer insight into what you may be confronted with and how you can set yourself, and specifically your pets, up for the most efficient recovery possible.
Participants will learn:
- how to make a pet evacuation kit with supplies already in your home,
- about valuable resources that may be of assistance in an emergency,
- tips to keep you and your family safe during extraordinary circumstances.
- N/C for members Your special pricing will be reflected in the CART.
- $20/person per session for Non-Members
- This event will take place in our Zoom Room. You will receive the Zoom Room link and additional details after registering.
- Can’t attend the live session? You will be emailed a link to the recording upon conclusion of the event.
ABOUT MARIE ROULEAU:
Both before and since becoming a pet parent, Marie has experienced several natural disasters that included the need for evacuation. Having to make important decisions about her family’s safety made her more aware that preparedness and community involvement/awareness is very important.
Marie graduated with a degree in Homeland Security Studies and then joined the local CERT (Community Emergency Response Team). In addition, she serves on the committee of NH DART (Disaster Animal Response Team), is involved with the active threat planning team at a local school, and is a deployable volunteer with the Humane Society of the U.S. and the Red Rover/Don’t Forget the Pets organization.
Her continuing goal is to help owners be prepared for and recover from an emergency as well as be reunited with their pets after an incident.
If you have questions, text/call (603) 815-2453 or email email@example.com.