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Emergency preparedness for your pets


Oakmont Berger Center

Thursday September 18th 2014 - 2:00pm to

For Oakmont pet owners, as well as good neighbors of pet owners, there is a special community meeting coming up on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2 p.m. at the Berger Center, that will teach you how to care for pets in case of an emergency.

Donna Forst, Director of Humane Education for the Petaluma Animal Services Foundation, assisted by Cabo, her Golden Retriever, will be the presenter. She, her husband Don, and Cabo, recently moved to Oakmont.

Donna is a Certified Humane Education Specialist. She will discuss all pets (but especially dogs and cats) and their owners facing crises such as earthquakes and wildfires. She will also discuss more common emergencies such as a cat being hit by a car, a dog stepping on broken glass, etc.

Lots of information, including handouts to take home, will be provided. You hope you never have to use them, but they will prepare you in case such an emergency arises.

This meeting is sponsored by the Oakmont Emergency Preparedness Committee, and is intended for Oakmont residents and their guests.


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