All of our volunteers have to be trained for various rescues. We have ranchers, cat experts, people in the cat action team, cat house, dog trainer and even exotic animals and people who are sorry you can see today. Travis Bakker was among the walkers Saturday afternoon to raise funds and awareness about EART. He keeps his two rescue dogs, Dottie, on the left, and Kelly. Participants came together to help raise those funds by bringing their dog friends and even a ferret for a walk along the Summerside boardwalk.
Your ferret with Christine Kleinstuber jig-zagged, one of the organization's 20 volunteers. I came from British Columbia with my partner Robert Johns, and we were volunteers with the Canada Disaster Response Team for Animals (CDART). I contacted Lynn and Ron before transferring to PNI. When the emergency response teams started in the Atlantic, Kleinsteiber said. It is important to be aware of this organization because many people panic in the event of a disaster, even if a house burns down. We are here to help save these animals. They are here and make sure they are safe too.