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ANIMAL SERVICES - LTHS

LAKE TAHOE HUMANE SOCIETY AND SPCA #4664208


location_on A
  • 884 Emerald Bay Road
    South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado



Offers services for pets including a spay/neuter assistance program, an emergency pet food bank, shelter adoptions.

Coordinates mutual and disaster aid, animal rescue networking, and offers free disaster preparedness kits. Agreements are in place with agencies and suppliers for set up and operation of temporary small animal housing facilities during emergencies or natural disasters.

ANIMAL EVACUATION FACILITIES - NC FAIRGROUNDS

NEVADA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS #4663758


location_on B
  • 11228 McCourtney Road
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Animal Control
    530-273-2346

When activated, Nevada County Fairgrounds provides a safe location for evacuated animals in the event of fire, flood, or earthquake in coordination with the Nevada County Sheriff's Office and the Nevada County Office of Emergency Services.

Animal Evacuation information is event specific. Details will come from the Nevada County Office of Emergency Services. Though animal evac may be at the Nevada County fairgrounds, it may somewhere else if, for example, there is an event underway at the fairgrounds. Specific information will be available by calling 2-1-1 or 833-342-5211.

In the event of disasters and emergencies, the Animal Control department of the Nevada County Sheriff's Office oversees animal evacuation.

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ANIMAL EVACUATION CENTER
Nevada County Fairgrounds, 11228 McCourtney Rd, Grass Valley, CA 95949
Go to Gate 8, Brighton St. at McCourtney


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EMERGENCY VETERINARY CARE FUNDS

THE CHESTER FOUNDATION #70463277


location_on C
  • 1750 Prairie City Road, Ste. 130-112
    Folsom, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Donations
    916-783-0208

Provides support through no-interest loans and grants for emergency veterinary care of stray and disadvantage pets. Funds are paid directly to participating 24/7 emergency hospital in the greater Sacramento/Placer County region.

The Chester Foundation would love to help, but is small and has limited funding. If you are approved for funding, the maximum would be a one time $500 donation. To see if you qualify for assistance, please follow the foundation's guidelines.

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ANIMAL EVACUATION VOLUNTEERS - NCVDRT

NEVADA COUNTY VETERINARY DISASTER RESPONSE TEAM #63809157


local_phone
  • Phone 1
    9-1-1

The Nevada County Veterinary Disaster Response Team (NCVDRT) consists of volunteers who help with animal evacuation. Volunteers are trained in advance. UNTRAINED VOLUNTEERS SHOULD NOT SHOW UP AT ANIMAL EVAC SITES.

In the event of disasters and emergencies, the Animal Control department of the Nevada County Sheriff's Office oversees animal evacuation.

For information in the event of an emergency, visit the Ready Nevada County dashboard at http://readynevadacounty.com/dashboard, call 211, or consult trusted information sources.