Disaster and emergency preparedness and response are important to veterinarians and animal owners alike.
Date: 10/15/2017 Size: 101KB
AVMA is committed to assist colleagues in need as a result of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria, wildfires and other natural disasters.
Date: 10/5/2017 Size: 113KB
your family and your business are for a disaster. If you have a disaster plan, review it and update it. And if you don’t have a disaster plan, now is a good time to make one.
Legislation Disaster plans and documents Training Resources
Date: 5/16/2017 Size: 88KB
This 400+ page reference is full of disaster planning information to assist you in your disaster preparedness activities.
Disaster Preparedness for Veterinary Practices
Be prepared to take care of pets and other animals, especially during disasters such as fire, flood, or other emergencies.
Date: 9/15/2017 Size: 98KB
immune from a potential natural or man-made disaster disrupting our lives. Most of us have
to what we might do if displaced by a disaster, and even less to what we would do with our
Alabama Dr. Tony FrazierState VeterinarianAlabama Department of Agriculture and Industries1445 Federal Drive Montgomery, AL 36107Phone: 334-240-7253Fax:
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The AVMA Veterinary Medical Assistance Teams, after retooling, are ready again to deploy to the scene of a natural disaster or another
Date: 2/23/2017 Size: 86KB
As part of its ongoing disaster relief campaign, the AVMF released $149,778.60 to the AVMA
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