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New Meetup: Maricopa County Pet FA and Sheltering Training

From: CJ A.
Sent on: Friday, July 9, 2010 12:26 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Animal Emergency Rsponse Arizona!

What: Maricopa County Pet FA and Sheltering Training

When: Saturday, July 10,[masked]:00 AM

Where: Avondale Fire REscue
1825 N. 107th Ave
Avondale, AZ 85392

The incredible maricopa County Animal Care and Control Lieutenant John Reynolds who has done som much for moving the animals in disaster response forward in Maricopa County will be giving a free class at the Avondale Fire Rescue from 9-11:30am.

A phone RSVP is requested so they have enough material to 623/[masked] or a quick email to [address removed].

Attending this is one of the requirements to assist with animal in disaster response in Maricopa County (along with completing the 20 hour CERT training from one of the cities more information will be forth coming).

My apologies for the short notice, if you cant spare a couple of hours there will be other presentations in the future.

I will be glad to meet with you right after to talk about my experience helping as a CERT member with the Flagstaff Fire of recent weeks, where I got to experience the evacuation of the Coconino Humane Association to the Second Chance Animal Rescue and then 24 hours later, their joint evacuation of the rescued animals over to Fort Tuthill, as well as their care for over 50 evacuee pets!

Looks for other classes and webinars to be posted shortly!

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