Emergency Animal Rescue (EAR) is a fulltime and highly trained animal rescue service operating in the San Diego County area. They are dedicated to helping hundreds of animals that are unable to help themselves.
EAR was established in 1993 and it has played a big role in aiding helpless animals in the deadly flooding of the Tijuana River Valley. In early 1994, they assisted in animal rescues following the Northridge earthquake and in the year 1996, they provided aid to the victims of severe flooding in the Conroe and Liberty areas of Texas. Also, in 2005, EAR responded to thousands of animals that were trapped in their homes in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
They provide training for members which consist of the following:
- FEMA IS-10 Animals In Disasters, Awareness 7 Preparedness,
- FEMA IS-11 Animals In Disasters, Community Planning,
- FEMA IS-111 Livestock In Disasters,
- FEMA IS-100 Introduction to Incident Command System,
- FEMA IS-200 ICS For Single Resources and Initial Action,
- FEMA IS-700 An Introduction to NIMS,
- FEMA IS-800 Introduction to National Response Framework,
- California State Fire Marshall Certified Large Animal Rescue,
- Animal First Aid & CPR,
- Swift Water Rescue First Responder,
- Swift Water Rescue Technician,
- Equine First Aid,
- Wildlife Rescue,
Contact EAR through mail at P.O. Box 2462 Ramona, California 92065, through phone at 760-789-5775, or through email at email@example.com . For more information, please visit their website at http://www.emergencyanimalrescue.org.