Please join us to learn more about animal disaster response, how to become a credentialed volunteer responder through Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corp and access free online FEMA training, and more!
Check out the page below to learn why it is important to Payne County to have a trained team and what we have planned in the coming year.
Download a copy of our Sept 9, 2019 Meeting Flyer and please pass it along!! We are recruiting new volunteers and Board members, and we need all of your skills, whether animal related, office related, building/construction, or fundraising! Receive free training through OK Medical Reserve Corp and FEMA! Learn about disaster preparedness and response! Minimal time commitment when we have lots of volunteers.
Of these 20,000 households, AVMA estimates that:
And in 2011, the AVMA reported that 63.2%
of pet owners considered their pets to be
In 2012 there were 1466 farms in Payne County, with:
The bottom line?
Payne County residents have lots of animals to keep track of and be reunited with if we have a major event!