LSU Emergency Animal Shelter

Disaster Response Manual
 

 
Appendices

Additional documents

List of documents in this section

 

Animal Transport Regulations (Animal Welfare Act)

State Offices and Agencies of Emergency Management     

State Veterinary Associations

 

Online sources for other useful documents:

 

A list of animal shelters can be found at the following websites:

www.aspca.org/findashelter

www.petfinder.com 

 

Animal Welfare Act and other USDA Animal Care publications:

http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ac/publications.html

 

The Animal Care Regulations Part 3 Standards are of particular importance: http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ac/publications/AWR/PART3.HTML

 

 

Animal Transportation Regulations (Animal Welfare Act)

 

http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ac/publications/AWR/PART3.HTML

                 

Animal Transportation Regulations (Animal Welfare Act)

http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ac/publications/AWR/PART3.HTML

TITLE 9--ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS

CHAPTER I—ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF

AGRICULTURE

PART 3_STANDARDS—Table of Contents

Subpart A_Specifications for the Humane Handling, Care, Treatment, and Transportation of Dogs and Cats \1\

Sec. 3.13  Consignments to carriers and intermediate handlers.

(a)  Carriers and intermediate handlers must not accept a dog or cat for transport in commerce more than 4 hours before the scheduled departure time of the primary conveyance on which the animal is to be transported. However, a carrier or intermediate handler may agree with anyone consigning a dog or cat to extend this time by up to 2 hours.

(b)  Carriers and intermediate handlers must not accept a dog or cat for transport in commerce unless they are provided with the name, address, and telephone number of the consignee.

(c)  Carriers and intermediate handlers must not accept a dog or cat for transport in commerce unless the consignor certifies in writing to the carrier or intermediate handler that the dog or cat was offered food and water during the 4 hours before delivery to the carrier or intermediate handler. The certification must be securely attached to the outside of the primary enclosure in a manner that makes it easily noticed and read. Instructions for no food or water are not acceptable unless directed by the attending veterinarian. Instructions must be in compliance with Sec. 3.16 of this subpart. The certification must include the following information for each dog and cat:

(1)  The consignor’s name and address;

(2)  The tag number or tattoo assigned to each dog or cat under Sec. Sec. 2.38 and 2.50 of this chapter;

(3)  The time and date the animal was last fed and watered and the specific instructions for the next feeding(s) and watering(s) for a 24-hour period; and

(4)  The consignor’s signature and the date and time the certification was signed.

(d)  Carriers and intermediate handlers must not accept a dog or cat for transport in commerce in a primary enclosure unless the primary enclosure meets the requirements of Sec. 3.14 of this subpart. A carrier or intermediate handler must not accept a dog or cat for transport if the primary enclosure is obviously defective or damaged and

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cannot reasonably be expected to safely and comfortably contain the dog or cat without causing suffering or injury.

(e)  Carriers and intermediate handlers must not accept a dog or cat for transport in commerce unless their animal holding area meets the minimum temperature requirements provided in Sec. Sec. 3.18 and 3.19 of this subpart, or unless the consignor provides them with a certificate signed by a veterinarian and dated no more than 10 days before delivery of the animal to the carrier or intermediate handler for transport in commerce, certifying that the animal is acclimated to temperatures lower than those required in Sec. Sec. 3.18 and 3.19 of this subpart. Even if the carrier or intermediate handler receives this certification, the temperatures the dog or cat is exposed to while in a terminal facility must not be lower than 45 [deg]F (2.2 [deg]C) for more than 4 consecutive hours when dogs or cats are present, as set forth in Sec.  3.18, nor lower than 45 [deg]F (2.2 [deg]C) for more than 45 minutes, as set forth in Sec. 3.19, when moving dogs or cats to or from terminal facilities or primary conveyances. A copy of the certification must accompany the dog or cat to its destination and must include the following information:

(1)  The consignor’s name and address;

(2)  The tag number or tattoo assigned to each dog or cat under Sec. Sec. 2.38 and 2.50 of this chapter;

(3)  A statement by a veterinarian, dated no more than 10 days before delivery, that to the best of his or her knowledge, each of the dogs or cats contained in the primary enclosure is acclimated to air temperatures lower than 50 [deg]F (10 [deg]C); but not lower than a minimum temperature, specified on a certificate, that the attending veterinarian has determined is based on generally accepted temperature standards for the age, condition, and breed of the dog or cat; and

(4)  The signature of the veterinarian and the date the certification was signed.

(f)   When a primary enclosure containing a dog or cat has arrived at the animal holding area at a terminal facility after transport, the carrier or intermediate handler must attempt to notify the consignee upon arrival and at least once in every 6-hour period thereafter. The time, date, and method of all attempted notifications and the actual notification of the consignee, and the name of the person who notifies or attempts to notify the consignee must be written either on the carrier’s or intermediate handler’s copy of the shipping document or on the copy that accompanies the primary enclosure. If the consignee cannot be notified within 24 hours after the dog or cat has arrived at the terminal facility, the carrier or intermediate handler must return the animal to the consignor or to whomever the consignor designates. If the consignee is notified of the arrival and does not accept delivery of the dog or cat within 48 hours after arrival of the dog or cat, the carrier or intermediate handler must return the animal to the consignor or to whomever the consignor designates. The carrier or intermediate handler must continue to provide proper care, feeding, and housing to the dog or cat, and maintain the dog or cat in accordance with generally accepted professional and husbandry practices until the consignee accepts delivery of the dog or cat or until it is returned to the consignor or to whomever the consignor designates. The carrier or intermediate handler must obligate the consignor to reimburse the carrier or intermediate handler for the cost of return transportation and care.

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 0579-0093)

Sec. 3.14  Primary enclosures used to transport live dogs and cats.

Any person subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3) must not transport or deliver for transport in commerce a dog or cat unless the following requirements are met:

(a)  Construction of primary enclosures. The dog or cat must be contained in a primary enclosure such as a compartment, transport cage, carton, or crate. Primary enclosures used to transport dogs and cats must be constructed so that:

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(1)  The primary enclosure is strong enough to contain the dogs and cats securely and comfortably and to withstand the normal rigors of transportation;

(2)  The interior of the primary enclosure has no sharp points or edges and no protrusions that could injure the animal contained in it;

(3)  The dog or cat is at all times securely contained within the enclosure and cannot put any part of its body outside the enclosure in a way that could result in injury to itself, to handlers, or to persons or animals nearby;

(4)  The dog or cat can be easily and quickly removed from theenclosure in an emergency;

(5)  Unless the enclosure is permanently affixed to the conveyance, adequate devices such as handles or handholds are provided on its exterior, and enable the enclosure to be lifted without tilting it, and ensure that anyone handling the enclosure will not come into physical contact with the animal contained inside;

(6)  Unless the enclosure is permanently affixed to the conveyance, it is clearly marked on top and on one or more sides with the words “Live Animals,” in letters at least 1 inch (2.5 cm.) high, and with arrows or other markings to indicate the correct upright position of the primary enclosure;

(7)  Any material, treatment, paint, preservative, or other chemical used in or on the enclosure is nontoxic to the animal and not harmful to the health or well-being of the animal;

(8)  Proper ventilation is provided to the animal in accordance with paragraph © of this section; and

(9)  The primary enclosure has a solid, leak-proof bottom or a removable, leak-proof collection tray under a slatted or mesh floor that prevents seepage of waste products, such as excreta and body fluids, outside of the enclosure. If a slatted or mesh floor is used in the enclosure, it must be designed and constructed so that the animal cannot put any part of its body between the slats or through the holes in the mesh. Unless the dogs and cats are on raised slatted floors or raised floors made of mesh, the primary enclosure must contain enough previously unused litter to absorb and cover excreta. The litter must be of a suitably absorbent material that is safe and nontoxic to the dogs and cats.

(b)  Cleaning of primary enclosures. A primary enclosure used to hold or transport dogs or cats in commerce must be cleaned and sanitized before each use in accordance with the methods provided in Sec.  3.11(b)(3) of this subpart. If the dogs or cats are in transit for more than 24 hours, the enclosures must be cleaned and any litter replaced, or other methods, such as moving the animals to another enclosure, must be utilized to prevent the soiling of the dogs or cats by body wastes.  If it becomes necessary to remove the dog or cat from the enclosure in order to clean, or to move the dog or cat to another enclosure, this procedure must be completed in a way that safeguards the dog or cat from injury and prevents escape.

(c)  Ventilation. (1) Unless the primary enclosure is permanently affixed to the conveyance, there must be:

(i)   Ventilation openings located on two opposing walls of the primary enclosure and the openings must be at least 16 percent of the surface area of each such wall, and the total combined surface area of the ventilation openings must be at least 14 percent of the total combined surface area of all the walls of the primary enclosure; or

(ii)  Ventilation openings on three walls of the primary enclosure, and the openings on each of the two opposing walls must be at least 8 percent of the total surface area of the two walls, and the ventilation openings on the third wall of the primary enclosure must be at least 50 percent of the total surface area of that wall, and the total combined surface area of the ventilation openings must be at least 14 percent of the total combined surface area of all the walls of the primary enclosure; or

(iii) Ventilation openings located on all four walls of the primary enclosure and the ventilation openings on each of the four walls must be at least 8 percent of the total surface area of each such wall, and the total combined surface area of the openings must be at least 14 percent of total combined surface area of all the walls of the primary enclosure; and

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(iv) At least one-third of the ventilation area must be located on the upper half of the primary enclosure.

(2)  Unless the primary enclosure is permanently affixed to the conveyance, projecting rims or similar devices must be located on the exterior of each enclosure wall having a ventilation opening, in order to prevent obstruction of the openings. The projecting rims or similar devices must be large enough to provide a minimum air circulation space of 0.75 in. (1.9 cm) between the primary enclosure and anything the enclosure is placed against.

(3)  If a primary enclosure is permanently affixed to the primary conveyance so that there is only a front ventilation opening for the enclosure, the primary enclosure must be affixed to the primary conveyance in such a way that the front ventilation opening cannot be blocked, and the front ventilation opening must open directly to an unobstructed aisle or passageway inside the conveyance. The ventilation opening must be at least 90 percent of the total area of the front wall of the enclosure, and must be covered with bars, wire mesh, or smooth expanded metal having air spaces.

(d)  Compatibility. (1) Live dogs or cats transported in the same primary enclosure must be of the same species and be maintained in compatible groups, except that dogs and cats that are private pets, are of comparable size, and are compatible, may be transported in the same primary enclosure.

(2) Puppies or kittens 4 months of age or less may not be transported in the same primary enclosure with adult dogs or cats other than their dams.

(3)  Dogs or cats that are overly aggressive or exhibit a vicious disposition must be transported individually in a primary enclosure.

(4)  Any female dog or cat in heat (estrus) may not be transported in the same primary enclosure with any male dog or cat.

(e)  Space and placement. (1) Primary enclosures used to transport live dogs and cats must be large enough to ensure that each animal contained in the primary enclosure has enough space to turn about normally while standing, to stand and sit erect, and to lie in a natural position.

(2) Primary enclosures used to transport dogs and cats must be positioned in the primary conveyance so as to provide protection from the elements.

(f)   Transportation by air. (1) No more than one live dog or cat, 6 months of age or older, may be transported in the same primary enclosure when shipped via air carrier.

(2)  No more than one live puppy, 8 weeks to 6 months of age, and weighing over 20 lbs (9 kg), may be transported in a primary enclosure when shipped via air carrier.

(3)  No more than two live puppies or kittens, 8 weeks to 6 months of age, that are of comparable size, and weighing 20 lbs (9 kg) or less each, may be transported in the same primary enclosure when shipped via air carrier.

(4)  Weaned live puppies or kittens less than 8 weeks of age and of comparable size, or puppies or kittens that are less than 8 weeks of age that are littermates and are accompanied by their dam, may be transported in the same primary enclosure when shipped to research facilities, including Federal research facilities.

(g)  Transportation by surface vehicle or privately owned aircraft.

(1)  No more than four live dogs or cats, 8 weeks of age or older, that are of comparable size, may be transported in the same primary enclosure when shipped by surface vehicle (including ground and water transportation) or privately owned aircraft, and only if all other requirements of this section are met.

(2)  Weaned live puppies or kittens less than 8 weeks of age and of comparable size, or puppies or kittens that are less than 8 weeks of age that are littermates and are accompanied by their dam, may be transported in the same primary enclosure when shipped to research facilities, including Federal research facilities, and only if all other requirements in this section are met.

(h)  Accompanying documents and records. Shipping documents that must accompany shipments of dogs and cats may be held by the operator of the primary conveyance, for surface transportation only, or must be securely attached in a readily accessible manner to the outside of any primary enclosure that is part of the shipment, in a manner that allows them to be detached for

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examination and securely reattached, such as in a pocket or sleeve.  Instructions for administration of drugs, medication, and other special care must be attached to each primary enclosure in a manner that makes them easy to notice, to detach for examination, and to reattach securely. Food and water instructions must be attached in accordance with Sec. 3.13©.

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 0579-0093)

[56 FR 6486, Feb. 15, 1991, as amended at 63 FR 3023, Jan. 21, 1998]

Sec. 3.15  Primary conveyances (motor vehicle, rail, air, and marine).

(a)  The animal cargo space of primary conveyances used to transport dogs and cats must be designed, constructed, and maintained in a manner that at all times protects the health and well-being of the animals transported in them, ensures their safety and comfort, and prevents the entry of engine exhaust from the primary conveyance during transportation.

(b)  The animal cargo space must have a supply of air that is sufficient for the normal breathing of all the animals being transported in it.

(c)  Each primary enclosure containing dogs or cats must be positioned in the animal cargo space in a manner that provides protection from the elements and that allows each dog or cat enough air for normal breathing.

(d)  During air transportation, dogs and cats must be held in cargo areas that are heated or cooled as necessary to maintain an ambient temperature and humidity that ensures the health and well-being of the dogs or cats. The cargo areas must be pressurized when the primary conveyance used for air transportation is not on the ground, unless flying under 8,000 ft. Dogs and cats must have adequate air for breathing at all times when being transported.

(e)  During surface transportation, auxiliary ventilation, such as fans, blowers or air conditioning, must be used in any animal cargo space containing live dogs or cats when the ambient temperature within the animal cargo space reaches 85 [deg]F (29.5 [deg]C). Moreover, the ambient temperature may not exceed 85 [deg]F (29.5 [deg]C) for a period of more than 4 hours; nor fall below 45 [deg]F (7.2 [deg]C) for a period of more than 4 hours. The preceding requirements are in addition to, not in place of, all other requirements pertaining to climatic conditions in parts 2 and 3 of this chapter.

(f)   Primary enclosures must be positioned in the primary conveyance in a manner that allows the dogs and cats to be quickly and easily removed from the primary conveyance in an emergency.

(g)  The interior of the animal cargo space must be kept clean.

(h)  Live dogs and cats may not be transported with any material, substance (e.g., dry ice) or device in a manner that may reasonably be expected to harm the dogs and cats or cause inhumane conditions.

[56 FR 6486, Feb. 15, 1991, as amended at 63 FR 10498, 10499, Mar. 4, 1998]

Sec. 3.16  Food and water requirements.

(a)  Each dog and cat that is 16 weeks of age or more must be offered food at least once every 24 hours. Puppies and kittens less than 16 weeks of age must be offered food at least once every 12 hours. Each dog and cat must be offered potable water at least once every 12 hours.  These time periods apply to dealers, exhibitors, research facilities.  including Federal research facilities, who transport dogs and cats in their own primary conveyance, starting from the time the dog or cat was last offered food and potable water before transportation was begun.  These time periods apply to carriers and intermediate handlers starting from the date and time stated on the certificate provided under Sec.  3.13© of this subpart. Each dog and cat must be offered food and potable water within 4 hours before being transported in commerce.  Consignors who are subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3) must certify that each dog and cat was offered food and potable water within the 4 hours preceding delivery of the dog or cat to a carrier or intermediate handler for transportation in commerce, and must certify the date and time the food and potable water was offered, in accordance with Sec. 3.13© of this subpart.

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(b)  Any dealer, research facility, including a Federal research facility, or exhibitor offering any dog or cat to a carrier or intermediate handler for transportation in commerce must securely attach to the outside of the primary enclosure used for transporting the dog or cat, written instructions for the in-transit food and water requirements for a 24-hour period for the dogs and cats contained in the enclosure.  The instructions must be attached in a manner that makes them easily noticed and read.

(c)  Food and water receptacles must be securely attached inside the primary enclosure and placed so that the receptacles can be filled from outside the enclosure without opening the door. Food and water containers must be designed, constructed, and installed so that a dog or cat cannot leave the primary enclosure through the food or water opening.

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 0579-0093)

Sec. 3.17  Care in transit.

(a)  Surface transportation (ground and water). Any person subject to the Animal Welfare regulations transporting dogs or cats in commerce must ensure that the operator of the conveyance, or a person accompanying the operator, observes the dogs or cats as often as circumstances allow, but not less than once every 4 hours, to make sure they have sufficient air for normal breathing, that the ambient temperature is within the limits provided in Sec. 3.15(e), and that all applicable standards of this subpart are being complied with. The regulated person must ensure that the operator or person accompanying the operator determines whether any of the dogs or cats are in obvious physical distress and obtains any veterinary care needed for the dogs or cats at the closest available veterinary facility.

(b)  Air transportation. During air transportation of dogs or cats, it is the responsibility of the carrier to observe the dogs or cats as frequently as circumstances allow, but not less than once every 4 hours if the animal cargo area is accessible during flight. If the animal cargo area is not accessible during flight, the carrier must observe the dogs or cats whenever they are loaded and unloaded and whenever the animal cargo space is otherwise accessible to make sure they have sufficient air for normal breathing, that the animal cargo area meets the heating and cooling requirements of Sec. 3.15(d), and that all other applicable standards of this subpart are being complied with. The carrier must determine whether any of the dogs or cats are in obvious physical distress, and arrange for any needed veterinary care as soon as possible.

(c)  If a dog or cat is obviously ill, injured, or in physical distress, it must not be transported in commerce, except to receive veterinary care for the condition.

(d)  Except during the cleaning of primary enclosures, as required in Sec. 3.14(b) of this subpart, during transportation in commerce a dog or cat must not be removed from its primary enclosure, unless it is placed in another primary enclosure or facility that meets the requirements of Sec. 3.6 or Sec. 3.14 of this subpart.

(e)  The transportation regulations contained in this subpart must be complied with until a consignee takes physical delivery of the dog or cat if the animal is consigned for transportation, or until the animal is returned to the consignor.

Sec. 3.18  Terminal facilities.

(a)  Placement. Any person subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3) must not commingle shipments of dogs or cats with inanimate cargo in animal holding areas of terminal facilities.

(b)  Cleaning, sanitization, and pest control. All animal holding areas of terminal facilities must be cleaned and sanitized in a manner prescribed in Sec. 3.11(b)(3) of this subpart, as often as necessary to prevent an accumulation of debris or excreta and to minimize vermin infestation and disease hazards. Terminal facilities must follow an effective program in all animal holding areas for the control of insects, ectoparasites, and birds and mammals that are pests to dogs and cats.

(c)  Ventilation. Ventilation must be provided in any animal holding area in a terminal facility containing dogs or

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cats, by means of windows, doors, vents, or air conditioning. The air must be circulated by fans, blowers, or air conditioning so as to minimize drafts, odors, and moisture condensation. Auxiliary ventilation, such as exhaust fans, vents, fans, blowers, or air conditioning must be used in any animal holding area containing dogs and cats, when the ambient temperature is 85 [deg]F (29.5 [deg]C) or higher

(d)  Temperature. The ambient temperature in an animal holding area containing dogs or cats must not fall below 45 [deg]F (7.2 [deg]C) or rise above 85 [deg]F (29.5 [deg]C) for more than four consecutive hours at any time dogs or cats are present. The ambient temperature must be measured in the animal holding area by the carrier, intermediate handler, or a person transporting dogs or cats who is subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3), outside any primary enclosure containing a dog or cat at a point not more than 3 feet (0.91 m) away from an outside wall of the primary enclosure, and approximately midway up the side of the enclosure. The preceding requirements are in addition to, not in place of, all other requirements pertaining to climatic conditions in parts 2 and 3 of this chapter.

(e)  Shelter. Any person subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3) holding a live dog or cat in an animal holding area of a terminal facility must provide the following:

(1)  Shelter from sunlight and extreme heat. Shade must be provided that is sufficient to protect the dog or cat from the direct rays of the sun.

(2)  Shelter from rain or snow. Sufficient protection must be provided to allow the dogs and cats to remain dry during rain, snow, and other precipitation.

(f)   Duration. The length of time any person subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3) can hold dogs and cats in animal holding areas of terminal facilities upon arrival is the same as that provided in Sec. 3.13(f) of this subpart.

[56 FR 6486, Feb. 15, 1991, as amended at 63 FR 10499, Mar. 4, 1998]

Sec. 3.19  Handling.

(a)  Any person subject to the Animal Welfare regulations (9 CFR parts 1, 2, and 3) who moves (including loading and unloading) dogs or cats within, to, or from the animal holding area of a terminal facility or a primary conveyance must do so as quickly and efficiently as possible and must provide the following during movement of the dog or cat:

(1)  Shelter from sunlight and extreme heat. Sufficient shade must be provided to protect the dog or cat from the direct rays of the sun. The dog or cat must not be exposed to an ambient air temperature above 85 [deg]F (29.5 [deg]C) for a period of more than 45 minutes while being moved to or from a primary conveyance or a terminal facility. The temperature must be measured in the manner provided in Sec. 3.18(d) of this subpart. The preceding requirements are in addition to, not in place of, all other requirements pertaining to climatic conditions in parts 2 and 3 of this chapter.

(2)  Shelter from rain and snow. Sufficient protection must be provided to allow the dogs and cats to remain dry during rain, snow, and other precipitation.

(3)  Shelter from cold temperatures. Transporting devices on which live dogs or cats are placed to move them must be covered to protect the animals when the outdoor temperature falls below 50 [deg]F (10 [deg]C).  The dogs or cats must not be exposed to an ambient temperature below 45 [deg]F (7.2 [deg]C) for a period of more than 45 minutes, unless they are accompanied by a certificate of acclimation to lower temperatures as provided in Sec. 3.13(e). The temperature must be measured in the manner provided in Sec. 3.18(d) of this subpart. The preceding requirements are in addition to, not in place of, all other requirements pertaining to climatic conditions in parts 2 and 3 of this chapter.

(b)  Any person handling a primary enclosure containing a dog or cat must use care and must avoid causing physical harm or distress to the dog or cat.

(1)  A primary enclosure containing a live dog or cat must not be placed on unattended conveyor belts, or on elevated conveyor belts, such as baggage

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claim conveyor belts and inclined conveyor ramps that lead to baggage claim areas, at any time; except that a primary enclosure may be placed on inclined conveyor ramps used to load and unload aircraft if an attendant is present at each end of the conveyor belt.

(2)  A primary enclosure containing a dog or cat must not be tossed, dropped, or needlessly tilted, and must not be stacked in a manner that may reasonably be expected to result in its falling. It must be handled and positioned in the manner that written instructions and arrows on the outside of the primary enclosure indicate.

(c)  This section applies to movement of a dog or cat from primary conveyance to primary conveyance, within a primary conveyance or terminal facility, and to or from a terminal facility or a primary conveyance.

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 0579-0093)

[56 FR 6486, Feb. 15, 1991, as amended at 63 FR 10499, Mar. 4, 1998]



 

 

State Offices and Agencies of Emergency Management

The following list is current as of March 2006.  Consult the FEMA website for updated information: http://www.fema.gov/fema/statedr.shtm#l

 


 

Alabama Emergency Management Agency
5898 County Road 41
P.O. Drawer 2160
Clanton, Alabama 35046-2160
(205) 280-2200
(205) 280-2495 FAX
http://www.ema.alabama.gov/

 

Alaska Division of Emergency Services
P.O. Box 5750
Fort Richardson, Alaska 99505-5750
(907) 428-7000
(907) 428-7009 FAX
http://www.ak-prepared.com

 

American Samoa Territorial Emergency Management Coordination
(TEMCO)
American Samoa Government
P.O. Box 1086
Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799
(011)(684) 699-6415
(011)(684) 699-6414 FAX
 

Arizona Division of Emergency

Management
5636 E. McDowell Rd
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
(602) 244-0504 or 1-800-411-2336
www.azdema.gov

 

Arkansas Department of Emergency

Management
P.O. Box 758
Conway, Arkansas 72033
(501) 730-9750
(501) 730-9754 FAX
http://www.adem.state.ar.us/  

 

California Governor's Office of

Emergency Services
P.O. Box 419047
Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-9047
(916) 845-8510

(916) 845-8511 FAX
http://www.oes.ca.gov/

 

Colorado Office of Emergency Management
Division of Local Government
Department of Local Affairs
9195 East Mineral Avenue
Suite 200
Centennial , Colorado 80112
(720) 852-6600
(720) 852-6750 Fax
www.dola.state.co.us/oem/oemindex.htm

 

Connecticut Office of Emergency Management
Military Department
360 Broad Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
(860) 566-3180
(860) 247-0664 FAX
http://www.mil.state.ct.us/OEM.htm
 

Delaware Emergency Management Agency
165 Brick Store Landing Road
Smyrna, Delaware 19977
(302) 659-3362
(302) 659-6855 FAX
http://www.state.de.us/dema/index.htm

 

District of Columbia Emergency Management Agency
2000 14th Street, NW, 8th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20009
(202) 727-6161
(202) 673-2290 FAX
http://www.dcema.dc.gov

 

Florida Division of Emergency Management
2555 Shumard Oak Blvd.
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
(850) 413-9969
(850) 488-1016 FAX
www.floridadisaster.org

 

Georgia Emergency Management Agency
P.O. Box 18055
Atlanta, Georgia 30316-0055
(404) 635-7000
(404) 635-7205 FAX
http://www.State.Ga.US/GEMA/

 

Office of Civil Defense
Government of Guam
P.O. Box 2877
Hagatna, Guam 96932
(011)(671) 475-9600
(011)(671) 477-3727 FAX
http://ns.gov.gu/

Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense
221B Chalan Palasyo
Agana Heights, Guam 96910
Tel:(671)475-9600
Fax:(671)477-3727
http://www.guamhs.org

 

Hawaii State Civil Defense
3949 Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816-4495
(808) 733-4300
(808) 733-4287 FAX
http://www.scd.hawaii.gov
 

Idaho Bureau of Disaster Services
4040 Guard Street, Bldg. 600
Boise, Idaho 83705-5004
(208) 334-3460
(208) 334-2322 FAX
http://www2.state.id.us/bds/

 

Illinois Emergency Management Agency
110 East Adams Street
Springfield, Illinois 62701
(217) 782-2700
(217) 524-7967 FAX
http://www.state.il.us/iema

 

Indiana State Emergency Management Agency
302 West Washington Street
Room E-208 A
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2767
(317) 232-3986
(317) 232-3895 FAX
http://www.ai.org/sema/index.html

 

Iowa Homeland Security & Emergency Management Division
Department of Public Defense
Hoover Office Building
Des Moines, Iowa 50319
(515) 281-3231
(515) 281-7539 FAX
www.Iowahomelandsecurity.org.

 

Kansas Division of Emergency Management
2800 S.W. Topeka Boulevard
Topeka, Kansas 66611-1287
(785) 274-1401
(785) 274-1426 FAX
http://www.ink.org/public/kdem/

 

Kentucky Emergency Management
EOC Building
100 Minuteman Parkway Bldg. 100
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-6168
(502) 607-1682
(502) 607-1614 FAX
http://kyem.dma.ky.gov

 

Louisiana Office of Emergency Preparedness
7667 Independence Blvd.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
(225) 925-7500
(225) 925-7501 FAX
http://www.ohsep.louisiana.gov

 

Maine Emergency Management Agency
45 Commerce Drive, Suite #2
#72 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0072
207-624-4400
207-287-3180 (FAX)
http://www.state.me.us/mema/memahome.htm

 

CNMI Emergency Management Office
Office of the Governor
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
P.O. Box 10007
Saipan, Mariana Islands 96950
(670) 322-9529
(670) 322-7743 FAX
http://www.cnmiemo.org/

 

National Disaster Management Office
Office of the Chief Secretary
P.O. Box 15
Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands 96960-0015
(011)(692) 625-5181
(011)(692) 625-6896 FAX

 

Maryland Emergency Management Agency
Camp Fretterd Military Reservation
5401 Rue Saint Lo Drive
Reistertown, Maryland 21136
(410) 517-3600
(877) 636-2872 Toll-Free
(410) 517-3610 FAX
http://www.mema.state.md.us/

 

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
400 Worcester Road
Framingham, Massachusetts 01702-5399
(508) 820-2000
(508) 820-2030 FAX
http://www.state.ma.us/mema

 

Michigan Division of Emergency Management
4000 Collins Road
P.O. Box 30636
Lansing, Michigan 48909-8136
(517) 333-5042
(517) 333-4987 FAX
http://www.michigan.gov/msp/1,1607,7-123-1593_3507---,00.html

 

National Disaster Control Officer
Federated States of Micronesia
P.O. Box PS-53
Kolonia, Pohnpei - Micronesia 96941
(011)(691) 320-8815
(001)(691) 320-2785 FAX

 

Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Department of Public Safety
Suite 223
444 Cedar Street
St. Paul, Minnesota 55101-6223
(651) 296-2233
(651) 296-0459 FAX
http://www.hsem.state.mn.us/

 

Mississippi Emergency Management Agency
P.O. Box 4501 -  Fondren Station
Jackson, Mississippi 39296-4501
(601) 352-9100
(800) 442-6362 Toll Free
(601) 352-8314 FAX
http://www.www.msema.org
http://www.msema.org/mitigate/mssaferoominit.htm

 

 

Missouri Emergency Management Agency
P.O. Box 116
2302 Militia Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri 65102
(573) 526-9100
(573) 634-7966 FAX
sema.dps.mo.gov

 

Montana Division of Disaster & Emergency Services
1100 North Main
P.O. Box 4789
Helena, Montana 59604-4789
(406) 841-3911
(406) 444-3965 FAX
http://www.state.mt.us/dma/des/index.shtml

 

Nebraska Emergency Management Agency
1300 Military Road
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508-1090
(402) 471-7410
(402) 471-7433 FAX
http://www.nebema.org

 

Nevada Division of Emergency Management
2525 South Carson Street
Carson City, Nevada 89711
(775) 687-4240
(775) 687-6788 FAX
http://dem.state.nv.us/

 

Governor's Office of Emergency Management
State Office Park South
107 Pleasant Street
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
(603) 271-2231
(603) 225-7341 FAX
http://www.nhoem.state.nh.us/

 

New Jersey Office of Emergency Management
Emergency Management Bureau
P.O. Box 7068
West Trenton, New Jersey 08628-0068
(609) 538-6050 Monday-Friday
(609) 882-2000 ext 6311 (24/7)
(609) 538-0345 FAX
http://www.state.nj.us/oem/county/

 

New Mexico Department of Public Safety
Office of Emergency Management
P.O. Box 1628
13 Bataan Boulevard
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 476-9600
(505) 476-9635 Emergency
(505) 476-9695 FAX
http://www.dps.nm.org/emergency/index.htm

 

Emergency Management Bureau
Department of Public Safety
P.O. Box 1628
13 Bataan Boulevard
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 476-9606
(505) 476-9650
http://www.dps.nm.org/emc.htm

 

New York State Emergency Management Office
1220 Washington Avenue
Building 22, Suite 101
Albany, New York 12226-2251
(518) 457-2222
(518) 457-9995 FAX
http://www.nysemo.state.ny.us/

 

North Carolina Division of Emergency Management
4713 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4713
(919) 733-3867
(919) 733-5406 FAX
http://www.dem.dcc.state.nc.us/

 

North Dakota Division of Emergency Management
P.O. Box 5511
Bismarck, North Dakota 58506-5511
(701) 328-8100
(701) 328-8181 FAX
http://www.state.nd.us/dem

 

Ohio Emergency Management Agency
2855 W. Dublin Granville Road
Columbus, Ohio 43235-2206
(614) 889-7150
(614) 889-7183 FAX
http://www.state.oh.us/odps/division/ema/

 

Office of Civil Emergency Management
Will Rogers Sequoia Tunnel 2401 N. Lincoln
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152
(405) 521-2481
(405) 521-4053 FAX
http://www.odcem.state.ok.us/

 

Oregon Emergency Management
Department of State Police
PO Box 14370
Salem, Oregon 97309-5062
(503) 378-2911
(503) 373-7833 FAX
http://egov.oregon.gov/OOHS/OEM

 

Palau NEMO Coordinator
Office of the President
P.O. Box 100
Koror, Republic of Palau 96940
(011)(680) 488-2422
(011)(680) 488-3312

 

Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency
2605 Interstate Drive
Harrisburg PA 17110-9463
(717) 651-2001
(717) 651-2040 FAX
http://www.pema.state.pa.us/

 

Puerto Rico Emergency Management Agency
P.O. Box 966597
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00906-6597
(787) 724-0124
(787) 725-4244 FAX

 

Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency
645 New London Ave
Cranston, Rhode Island 02920-3003
(401) 946-9996
(401) 944-1891 FAX
http://www.riema.ri.gov

 

South Carolina Emergency Management Division
2779 Fish Hatchery Road
West Columbia South Carolina 29172
(803) 737-8500
(803) 737-8570 FAX
http://www.scemd.org/

 

South Dakota Division of Emergency Management
118 West Capitol
Pierre, South Dakota 57501
(605) 773-3231
(605) 773-3580 FAX
http://www.state.sd.us/dps/sddem/home.htm

 

Tennessee Emergency Management Agency
3041 Sidco Drive
Nashville, Tennessee 37204-1502
(615) 741-4332
(615) 242-9635 FAX
http://www.tnema.org

 

Texas Division of Emergency Management
5805 N. Lamar
Austin, Texas 78752
(512) 424-2138
(512) 424-2444 or 7160 FAX http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/dem/

 

Utah Division of Emergency Services and Homeland Security
1110 State Office Building
P.O. Box 141710
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-1710
(801) 538-3400
(801) 538-3770 FAX
http://www.des.utah.gov

 

Vermont Emergency Management Agency
Department of Public Safety
Waterbury State Complex
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, Vermont 05671-2101
(802) 244-8721
(802) 244-8655 FAX
http://www.dps.state.vt.us/

 

Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management - VITEMA
2-C Contant, A-Q Building
Virgin Islands 00820
(340) 774-2244
(340) 774-1491

 

Virginia Department of Emergency Management
10501 Trade Court
Richmond, VA 23236-3713
(804) 897-6502
(804) 897-6506
http://www.vdem.state.va.us

 

State of Washington Emergency Management Division
Building 20, M/S: TA-20
Camp Murray, Washington 98430-5122
(253) 512-7000
(253) 512-7200 FAX
http://www.emd.wa.gov/

 

West Virginia Office of Emergency Services
Building 1, Room EB-80 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East
Charleston, West Virginia 25305-0360
(304) 558-5380
(304) 344-4538 FAX
http://www.wvdhsem.gov

 

Wisconsin Emergency Management
2400 Wright Street
P.O. Box 7865
Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7865
(608) 242-3232
(608) 242-3247 FAX
http://emergencymanagement.wi.gov/

 

Wyoming Office of Homeland Security
122 W. 25th Street
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002
(307) 777-4900
(307) 635-6017 FAX
http://wyohomelandsecurity.state.wy.us

 

 


 

State Veterinary Medical Associations

The following list of State VMAs is provided by the American Veterinary Medical Association and is current as of May 2006.  http://www.avma.org/careforanimals/animatedjourneys/aboutvets/membership.asp#2

Alabama Veterinary Medical Association
Charles F. Franz, DVM, Executive Director
East Office Center - One East
500 Eastern Blvd., Suite 301 Montgomery, AL 36117

Mailing Address:
PO Box 3514
Montgomery, AL 36109

Phone: 334-395-0086
Fax: 334-270-3399
E-mail: charles@franzmgt.com
Web site: www.alvma.com

 

Alaska State Veterinary Medical Association
Vicki Smith, Executive Director
346 West 4th St.
Kuna, ID 83634
Phone: 208-922-9431
Fax: 208-922-9435
E-mail: asvma@ak.net or msvicki1@mindspring.com

 

Arizona Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Emily Kane, Executive Director
100 W. Coolidge St.
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Phone: 602-242-7936
Fax: 602-249-3828
E-mail: office@azvma.org
Web site: www.azvma.org

 

Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Maggie Milligan, Executive Director
415 N. McKinley, Suite 501
Little Rock, AR 72205
Phone: 501-221-1477
Fax: 501-664-4436
E-mail: arkansasvma@comcast.net
Web site: www.arkvetmed.org

 

California Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Valerie Fenstermaker, Executive Director
1400 River Park Drive, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95815-4505
Phone: 800-655-2862 ext. 32
Fax: 916-646-9156
E-mail: vfenstermaker@cvma.net
Web site: www.cvma.net

 

Colorado Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) &
Denver Area Veterinary Medical Society (DAVMS)

Mr. Ralph Johnson, Executive Director
789 Sherman St Ste 550
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: 303-318-0447
Fax: 303-318-0450
E-mail: ralphjohnson@colovma.com or info@colovma.com
Web site: www.colovma.org

 

Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Simon Flynn, Executive Director
100 Roscommon Dr, Suite 320
Middletown, CT 06457
Phone: 860-635-7770
Fax: 860-635-6400
E-mail: info@ctvet.org
Web site: www.ctvet.org

 

Delaware Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Lynn Appel, Executive Director
937 Monroe Terrace
Dover, DE 19904
Phone: 302-674-8581
Fax: 302-674-8581
E-mail: pelymje@comcast.net
Web site: www.devma.org

 

District of Columbia Veterinary Medical Association
Kimberly Topper, Executive Director
514 Championship
Harleysville, PA 19438
Phone: 301-252-9904
Fax: 301-827-6801
E-mail: topperk@comcast.net
Web site: http://www.yi-pe.com/DCVMA/index.html

 

Florida Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Donald N. Schaefer, Executive Director
7131 Lake Ellenor Drive
Orlando, FL 32809-5738
Phone: 407-851-3862
Fax: 407-240-3710
E-mail: fvma@bellsouth.net
Web site: www.fvma.org

 

Georgia Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Beth Monte, Executive Director
2814 Spring Road, Suite 217
Atlanta, GA 30339
Phone: 678-309-9800
Fax: 678-309-3361
E-mail: BethMonte@GVMA.net
Web site: www.gvma.net

 

Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Eric Ako, Executive Vice President
4400 Kalanianaole Hwy, Suite 6
Honolulu, HI 96821
Phone: 808-733-8828
Fax: 808-733-8829
E-mail: himenesDVM@aol.com
Web site: www.hawaiivma.org

 

Idaho Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Vicki Smith, Executive Director
346 West 4th Street
Kuna, ID 83634
Phone: 208-922-9431
Fax: 208-922-9435
E-mail: msvicki1@mindspring.com
Web site: www.ivma.org

 

Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Peter Weber, CAE, Executive Director
133 S. Fourth St., Suite 202
Springfield, IL 62701
Phone: 217-523-8387
Fax: 217-523-7981
E-mail: info@isvma.org or peter@isvma.org
Web Site: www.isvma.org

 

Indiana Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Lisa Perius, Executive Director
201 S. Capitol Avenue, Suite 405
Indianapolis, IN 46225
Phone: 317-974-0888
Fax: 317-974-0985
E-mail: lisa@invma.org
Web site: www.invma.org

 

Iowa Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Tom Johnson, Executive Director
1605 N. Ankeny Blvd., Suite 110
Ankeny, IA 50021
Phone: 515-965-9237
Fax: 515-965-9239
E-mail: ivma@netins.net
Web site: www.iowavma.org

 

Kansas Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Gary Reser, CAE, Executive Vice President
816 SW Tyler, Suite 200
Topeka, KS 66612-1635
Phone: 785-233-4141
Fax: 785-233-2534
E-mail: kvma@sbcglobal.net
Web site: www.ksvma.org

 

Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Louise Cook, Executive Director
801 Consummer Ln
Frankfort, KY 40601

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 4067
Frankfort, KY 40604-4067

Phone: 502-226-KVMA (5862)
Fax: 502-226-6177
E-mail: kvma@aol.com
Web site: http://www.kvma.org

 

Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Bland O'Connor, Executive Director
8550 United Plaza Blvd., Suite 1001
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
Phone: 225-928-5862
Fax: 225-922-4611
E-mail: boconnor@pncpa.com
Web Site: www.lvma.org

 

Maine Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. William Bell, Executive Director
77 Water St
Hallowell, ME 04347

Mailing Address:
PO Box 152
Hallowell, ME 04347

Phone: 207-622-4443
Fax: 207-623-3748
E-mail: feedalliance@gwi.net
Web site: http://www.mainevma.org

 

Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Ronald H. Sohn, Executive Director
8015 Corporate Drive, Suite A
Baltimore, MD 21236-5917
Phone: 410-931-3332
Fax: 410-931-2060
E-mail: mvma@managementalliance.com
Web site: www.mdvma.org

 

Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Susan Weinstein, Executive Director
169 Lakeside Avenue
Marlborough, MA 01752-4556
Phone: 508-460-9333
Fax: 508-460-9969
E-mail: staff@massvet.org
Web site: www.massvet.org

 

Michigan Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Karlene Belyea, Executive Director
2144 Commons Pkwy.
Okemos, MI 48864-3986
Phone: 517-347-4710
Fax: 517-347-4666
E-mail: belyea@michvma.org
Web site: www.michvma.org

 

Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Sharon Vangsness, CAE, Executive Director
101 Bridgepoint Way, Suite 100
South St. Paul, MN 55075
Phone: 651-645-7533
Fax: 651-645-7539
E-mail: info@mvma.org
Web site: www.mvma.org

Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. E. Mac Huddleston, Executive Secretary
209 S. Lafayette St.
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone & Fax: 662-324-9380
E-mail: msvma@futuresouth.com
Web site: http://www.msvet.org/

 

Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Richard Antweiler, Executive Director
2500 Country Club Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Phone: 573-636-8612
Fax: 573-659-7175
Email: mvma@mvma.us
Web site: www.mvma.us


 

 

Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Dina Michel, Executive Assistant
2727 W. 2nd, Suite 332
Hastings, NE 68901
Phone: 402-463-4704
Fax: 402-463-4705
E-mail: dina_vmet@inebraska.com
Web site: www.nvma.org

 

Nevada Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Michelle Wagner, Executive Director
PO Box 34420
Reno, NV 89533
Phone: 775-324-5344
Fax: 775-747-9170
E-mail: nvma@775.net
Web site: www.nevadavma.org

 

New Hampshire Veterinary Medical Association
Mrs. JoAnn Poole, Executive Director
286 Pleasant St
Concord, NH 03301

Mailing Address:
PO Box 616
Concord, NH 03302-0616

Phone: 603-224-2432
Fax: 603-228-7048
E-mail: nhvmajp@comcast.net
Web site: www.newhampshirevma.org

 

New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Richard Alampi, Executive Director
66 Morris Avenue, Suite 2A
Springfield, NJ 07081
Phone: 973-379-1100
Fax: 973-379-6507
E-mail: rickaaamc@earthlink.net
Web site: www.njvma.org

 

New Mexico Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Tamara Spooner, Executive Director
60 Placitas Trails Rd
Placitas, NM 87043
Phone: 505-867-6373
Fax: 505-771-8963
E-mail: byrdspoon@aol.com
Web site: http://www.nmvma.org

 

New York State Veterinary Medical Society
Ms. Julie Lawton, Executive Director
9 Highland Avenue
Albany, NY 12205-5417
Phone: 518-437-0787
Fax: 518-437-0957
E-mail: INFO@NYSVMS.org
Web site: www.nysvms.org

 

New York City Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Effie Cooper, Executive Secretary
331 West 57th Street, S293
NYC, NY 10019-3101
Phone: 212-246-0057
Fax: 212-586-3949
E-mail: VMANYC@aol.com

 

North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Mollie Rasor, Executive Director
1611 Jones Franklin Rd #108
Raleigh, NC 27606
Phone: 919-851-5850
Fax: 919-851-5859
E-mail: mollie@ncvma.org
Web site: www.ncvma.org

 

North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association
Nancy Kopp, Executive Secretary
921 S. 9th St.
Bismarck, ND 58504
Phone: 701-221-7740 (office)
Fax: 701-258-9005
E-mail: nkopp@btinet.net
Web site: www.ndvma.com

 

Ohio Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Jack Advent, CAE, Executive Director
3168 Riverside Drive
Columbus, OH 43221
Phone: 614-486-7253
Fax: 614-486-1325
E-mail: ohiovma@ohiovma.org
Web site: www.ohiovma.org

 

Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Charles Helwig, Executive Director
3200 E Memorial, Suite 200
Edmond, OK 73013

Mailing Address:
PO Box 14521
Oklahoma City, OK 73113

Phone: 405-478-1002
Fax: 405-478-7193
E-mail: chelwig@okvma.org
Web site: www.okvma.org

 

Oregon Veterinary Medical Association
Mr. Glenn M. Kolb, Executive Director
1880 Lancaster Dr., NE, Suite 118
Salem, OR 97305
Phone: 503-399-0311
Fax: 503-363-4218
E-mail: contact@oregonvma.org
Web site: www.oregonvma.org

 

Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Charlene Wandzilak, Executive Director
Briarcrest Office Bldg
905 W Governor Rd, Ste 320
Hershey, PA 17033
Phone: 1-888-550-7862 or 717-533-7934
Fax: 717-533-4761
E-mail: pvma@pvma.org
Web Site: www.pavma.org

Puerto Rico Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Sandra Sanchez, Executive Secretary
352 Ave San Claudio, Ste 248
San Juan, PR 00926-4107
Phone: 787-283-0565
Fax: 787-761-3440
E-mail: cmvpr@prw.net
Web Site: www.cmvpr.org

 

Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Betsy Greiner, Executive Director
11 South Angell St #347
Providence, RI 02906
Phone: 401-751-0944
Fax: 401-780-0940
E-mail: rivma@rivma.org
Web site: www.rivma.org

 

South Carolina Association of Veterinarians
Marie B. Queen, Executive Director
1215 Anthony Ave
Columbia, SC 29201

Mailing Address:
PO Box 11766
Columbia, SC 29211

Phone: 803-254-1027
Fax: 803-254-3773
E-mail: scav@sc.rr.com
Web site: www.scav.org

 

South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Daryl K. Thorpe, Executive Director
12893 Fairfield Drive
Aberdeen, SD 57401
Phone: 605-688-6649
Fax: 605-688-6003
E-mail: janice_kampmann@sdstate.edu
Web site: www.sdvetmed.org

 

Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Dee Ann Walker, Executive Director
618 Church St. #220
Nashville, TN 37219
Phone: 615-254-3687
Fax: 615-254-7047
E-mail: dawalker2@walkermgt.com or tvma@walkermgt.com
Web site: www.tvmanet.org

 

Texas Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Elbert Hutchins, Executive Director
8104 Exchange Drive
Austin, TX 78754
Phone: 512-452-4224
Fax: 512-452-6633
E-mail: ehutchins@tvma.org
Web site: www.tvma.org

 

Utah Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Harold J. Davis, Executive Director
PO Box 1041
Springville, UT 84663
Phone: 801-489-4741 or 877-882-4862 (Toll free)
Fax: 801-489-5275
E-mail: uvma@qwest.net
Web site: www.uvma.org

 

Vermont Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Sue Moraska, Executive Director
2073 Spear Street
Charlotte, VT 05445
Phone & Fax: 802-425-3495
E-mail: vvma@gmavt.net
Web site: www.vtvets.org

 

Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
Mrs. Robin R. Schmitz, Executive Director
2314-C Commerce Center Drive
Rockville, VA 23146
Phone: 804-749-8058
Fax: 804-749-8003
E-mail: vavvma@aol.com
Web site: www.vvma.org

 

Washington State Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Candace Joy, Executive Vice President
2050-112th N.E., Suite 115
Bellvue, WA 98009

Mailing Address:
PO Box 962
Bellvue, WA 98009-0962

Phone: 425-454-8381
Fax: 425-454-8382
E-mail: candacejoy@wsvma.org
Web site: www.wsvma.org

 

West Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Emily Isaac, Executive Director
201 Virginia St. West
Charleston, WV 25302
Phone: 304-437-0497
Fax: 304-346-0589
E-mail: wvvma@aol.com
Web site: www.wvvma.org

 

Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Leslie Grendahl, Executive Director
301 N. Broom Street
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: 608-257-3665
Fax: 608-257-8989
E-mail: wvma@wvma.org or grendahl@wvma.org
Web site: www.wvma.org

 

Wyoming Veterinary Medical Association
Ms. Vicki Smith, Executive Director
346 West 4th Street
Kuna, ID 83634
Phone: 208-992-9431
Fax: 208-922-9435
E-mail: msvicki1@mindspring.com
Web site: www.wyvma.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

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