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How to prepare and protect Pets during Emergencies

This week on The Empowered Community, we have a special guest Julee Reslewic. Julee is a longtime volunteer and leader at Wimberley Adoption Group ( and joins us on-air KWVH each week for the Pet of the Week station update.

One of the most important things to remember when preparing for disasters, emergencies, and any social disruption, is your 4-legged family members. When the stores aren't open, when Amazon doesn't deliver, when the AC or heat or power is out, when you must evacuate your home quickly, or are forced to stay home for an extended period; have you accounted for your pet's needs? When you consider food stores and water stores (1 gallon per person per day) you must also consider your animals. On this episode of TEC, we'll talk specifically about dogs.

The mission of Wimberley Adoption Group and Rescue (WAG Rescue) is to come to the aid of abandoned, unclaimed, surrendered and shelter dogs and puppies in and around the Wimberley area and nearby Central Texas communities.

WAG Rescue takes in any dog or puppy in need, regardless of their age or condition, and provides them with the vet care, socialization and training they need to get adopted. WAG Rescue promotes the compassionate treatment of all animals and educates the public about responsible pet ownership and advocates spay/neutering of pets to prevent overpopulation and much animal suffering. WAG Rescue also serves as a resource for all lost and found animals in western Hays County.

Join us pet lovers for an engaging and also serious conversation on Friday morning May 12th from 7-9 AM. Tune in at 94.3 FM, or listen on and also on Apple and Android apps.

The Empowered Community is about helping you better prepare for societal disruptions of any kind.


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