A 501 c 3, non-profit animal rescue organization
firstname.lastname@example.org | P.O.Box 922, Redmond, Oregon 97756.
of Redmond, Oregon
Sincere thanks goes out to our P.E.T. donors!
Lee and Margo Flegel Mail and More Larry and Jamie Kanski Sharon Parr, Kerri Emert
Beth Frana & Mike Liz Scanlon WitzEnd Consulting - Annette Witzel Avid
Tom Frana Joanie McKenzie Michelle Leighty Angelina Crawford
Stephen Pappa, DVM Kim Little-Rescue Tech Intl. Stanley Clark, Atty. Margaret Olson Mail & More Redmond Eco-Scapes Home Again & Rimrock Vet.
Robert & Della Harrison Wally & Marie Sturtevant Michelle Speck Leta Bidwell, Amanda Lowe
Lynne Brown, DVM Ed & Linda-Blissful Acres Susan Gray Scott & Ellen Koertje
Christy Bernheim Bend Pet Express The Hathaways Bend Emergency Clinic
Patricia Hanus Merle & Judy Jackson Build-a-Bear Workshop Foundation $1000!!
Sign Pro - equipment trailer signage donation!! Redmond Vet.Clinic
Deschutes County Grants!!! $2000
Whole Foods Market donation!
Established in 2001, the P.E.T began working with Search & Rescue of Deschutes Co. and the pet team in LaPine (created by Dan & Brenda Bensmiller). Later, due to illness, the Bensmillers donated their equipment to the Redmond-based team.
P.E.T is a role model for other communities in the State. P.E.T provides continuing information & expertise to other groups and agencies. P.E.T. is recognized as a respected animal rescue group through the State Police/Governor's preparedness website.
The P.E.T serves the entire Deschutes County area including Bend, Redmond, Crooked River Ranch,Sisters, LaPine, and surrounding areas. Our primary objective is to serve animals in crisis. P.E.T. has an MOU with Red Cross and is part of the Incident Command System.
View our slideshow from our Large Animal Training .
For more information or to help, contact us at email@example.com or mail us at P.O.Box 922, Redmond, Oregon 97756.
Today, P.E.T works under the direction of Red Cross and Emergency services during Central Oregon evacuations. The regional coordinator is part of the incident command team. There are 124 volunteer & resource P.E.T members. P.E.T has assisted with over 14 local wildfire evacuations, the Prineville flood, and assisted after hurricane Katrina. The Pet Evacuation Team also offers community presentations for disaster preparedness, in-house training opportunities and training to other agencies.
Donations are needed to rebuild the equipment inventory. A wish & needs list is included on our website.
Volunteers may participate in a variety of areas:
All volunteers must fill out an application & waiver and attend our three-part training.
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Pet Evacuation Team