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Napa County
Large Animal Evacuation Center

Napa Valley Horsemen’s Association
1200 Foster Road, Napa
Bring feed, if possible

To request Napa CART assistance with animal evacuation, call 707-732-1555

Evacuation Resources

During disasters or large scale incidents this page will be updated to reflect evacuation sites as designated by the respective county Office of Emergency Management. In non-disaster times this page will provide information on disaster planning, community preparedness, mitigation, and training.

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Disaster Planning with UC Davis CEH

As a horse owner, it is essential that you work with your community to ensure that a system is in place to handle animals in a significant disaster. The 2014 UC Davis Horse Report describes three ways to develop a disaster plan.

Prepare for Flooding Events

Flooding can be dangerous not only for horses but for ranchers and their employees as well. This pamphlet describes actions equine owners can take to prepare, respond, and recover from flooding events.

Public Safety Power Shutoff

If severe weather threatens a portion of the electric system, it may be necessary for PG&E to turn off electricity in the interest of public safety. PG&E has a resource page dedicated to these Public Safety Power Shutoff outages.

Guidelines for Horses Exposed to Wildfire Smoke

The effects of smoke on horses are similar to effects on humans. UC Davis equine specialists Drs. Joie Watson and Gary Magdesian created a quick reference guide for horse owners to determine potential smoke inhalation damage

AAEP Emergency and Disaster Preparedness

When an emergency or natural disaster occurs, it is always in the best interest of the horses for both the equine practitioner and the horse owner to be prepared. The AAEP has provided a list of resources to aid in establishing a disaster and emergency response plan.

International Animal Welfare Training Institute

The International Animal Welfare Training Institute facilitates training, education, and dialogue for animal welfare by bringing together veterinarians, animal scientists, emergency first responders, and other stakeholders to improve animal wellbeing.

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