“We sincerely appreciate the Columbia Kennel Club and AKC Reunite for providing us with such a substantial resource for our community.”
Dana Lang ~ Orangeburg County Animal Control and Shelter
“This is the 71st AKC Pet Disaster Relief Trailer donated through this incredible program. The trailer will provide critically important resources to help the Orangeburg County Animal Control and Shelter quickly care for its citizens and their pets when responding to natural disasters,” said Tom Sharp, AKC Reunite CEO. “Safe, effective pet sheltering solutions are crucial during an emergency evacuation or immediately after a disaster, and AKC Reunite is pleased to offer this trailer as a vital tool to assist this organization if disaster strikes.”
The purchase of the trailer was made possible by donations from the Columbia Kennel Club and AKC Reunite, the nation’s largest non-profit pet identification and recovery service.
“We sincerely appreciate the Columbia Kennel Club and AKC Reunite for providing us with such a substantial resource for our community,” said Dana Lang, of the Orangeburg County Animal Control and Shelter. “Now our team is better prepared to help people and pets during times of disaster”.
“Our Association is honored to help supply the Orangeburg County Animal Control and Shelter with such an invaluable tool like the AKC Pet Disaster Relief Trailer,” said Shelly Pyle of the Columbia Kennel Club. “The trailer will equip the county with the tools necessary to assist their community in times of disaster”.
Individuals, corporations and other interested parties can donate to trailer projects in local areas or across the country. Donations are tax deductible and accepted online. Approved organizations that raise a minimum of $1,000 will have their logo featured on the AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailer.
Learn more about how to get involved online with AKC Pet Disaster Relief or contact us at 919-816-3980 and email@example.com.