2015 Pet Disaster Relief Trailer

AKC Disaster Relief Logo

The Seattle Kennel Club is committed to providing the Puget Sound area the life-saving resources of AKC Pet Disaster Relief.  We are raising awareness about the program and asking for tax-deductible donations to help purchase and house a fully stocked Pet Disaster Relief Trailer to be available for local emergencies.

[box type=”tick” size=”large” style=”rounded” border=”full”]Your tax-deductible donation can be made by clicking on the DONATE button below or email katielaughs@gmail.com[/box]

AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailers help to create a safe, temporary home-base for at least 65 pets immediately after a disaster is declared and will provide pets and owners with life-saving resources in the event of floods, landslides, earthquakes, wildfires, or any other natural or civil disasters.

The trailers house and deliver essential supplies such as fans, lighting and generators; cleaning supplies; maintenance items; and animal care items including crates and carriers, AKC Reunite microchips and an AKC Reunite universal microchip scanner, as well as bowls, collars and leashes. These supplies can be used as co-location shelters, where people can evacuate with their pets, as well as emergency animal shelters for displaced animals.


[quote style=”boxed”]Puget Sound dog and cat owners want to feel that their pets will have resources in the case of a natural disaster. Time is of the essence as we currently have no such resources in place here, and the opportunity for the matching funds and grants will soon expire. We are reaching out to our community to help us make this project a reality for us here in the Puget Sound area before it’s too late.[/quote]


Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us bring this much-needed resource to our region.

Click on the button below to make a donation now.

More information about AKC Pet Disaster Relief is available at www.akcreunite.org/relief

The video below provides more information about this life saving resource.

More Information about the AKC Pet Disaster Trailer
Seattle Kennel Club Board Member, Katie Campbell’s interview with Q13 News.