Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) http://gohsep.la.gov/
Link to Chapter 6. The Louisiana Homeland Security and Emergency Assistance and Disaster Act.
IV. Organization and Assignment of Responsibilities
c) Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
The parish office of homeland security and emergency preparedness shall prepare and maintain an all hazards emergency operations plan (EOP) and keep it current. The EOP must include planning for the humane evacuation, transport, and temporary sheltering of service animals and household pets in times of emergency or disaster. In preparing and revising the plan, the parish office of homeland security and emergency preparedness should embrace the “Whole Community” concept and seek the advice and assistance of government, business, labor, industry, agriculture, civic, and volunteer organizations.
(page 32 of the plan)
EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 11
This Annex outlines how LDAF will initiate a state response to an emergency or disaster affecting agriculture, food, household pets, nutritional assistance, or emergency fuel supply when local resources have been exhausted and a request for assistance has been made from a parish’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (OHSEP) to the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP).
4. LDAF Emergency Programs Director will assist animal planning authorities in each parish in developing plans for evacuation, transportation, and sheltering of service animals and household pets.
4. When mass evacuations occur, the LDAF Emergency Programs Director will work with animal planning authorities in each parish to arrange for the humane evacuation, transport, and temporary sheltering of service animals and household pets that need assistance.
(page 137 of the plan)