Full Title Name:  Arizona State Emergency Response and Recovery Plan (SERRP)

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Country of Origin:  United States Citation:  Arizona State Emergency Response and Recovery Plan Last Checked:  April, 2023 Last Date Amended:  2018
Summary: This part of Arizona's emergency response plan describes the state's responsibility toward pets and service animals.
Documents:  PDF icon Arizona State Emergency and Recovery Plan 2018.pdf (12.24 MB)

Emergency Support Function 6 – Mass Care Annex: Emergency Assistance - coordination of voluntary organizations and unsolicited donations and management of unaffiliated volunteers; essential community relief services; non-congregate and transitional sheltering; support to individuals with disabilities and others with access and functional needs in congregate facilities; support to children in disasters; support of mass evacuations; and support for the rescue, transportation, care, shelter, and essential needs of household pets and service animals (ESF 6-2).

References are also made within ESF 6 as to which agency is responsible for animal-related functions.

ESF-11 (Agriculture & Natural Resources Annex) also describes issues related to animal disease response and movement of animals.

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