Volunteers helping rescue dogs

Our mission is to educate Butte County residents on pet evacuation

NVADG volunteers, in partnership with emergency services, team up to evacuate, rescue or shelter-in-place animals at risk. Our volunteers also get out to Safety Fairs, workshops, animal events and community venues to talk to Butte County residents about how to be ready to evacuate with your pets.

Services & Resources

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers train all year on processes unique to emergency response during disasters. If you are considering volunteering with NVADG we’d love to have you!

Be Ready to Evacuate

Have an evacuation plan for your family and your pets? Disasters can strike at any time. In our area we must be prepared to leave our homes at a moments notice. Do you have a list of the items you’d need?

Donate to NVADG

Donations are gratefully accepted and are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. Thank you for your support of the animals we help during disasters!

Get Tools & Training

NVADG volunteers are called to action during emergencies. We work in hazardous situations and deal with stressed animals. To keep everyone safe, training is essential and required.

What’s New

Check out our News Posts to get the scoop on Animal Disaster shelter, evacuation and being prepared in the North State.

Get Answers to FAQ’s

Get answers to various questions about our organization.

Rescue volunteer with cat
volunteers practicing water rescue
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volunteers working with rescued horses

North Valley Animal Disaster Group
has been ACTIVATED for the following disaster:

OROVILLE DAM EVACUATION

NVADG volunteers, in partnership with emergency services, team up to evacuate, rescue or shelter-in-place animals at risk. Our volunteers also get out to Safety Fairs, workshops, animal events and community venues to talk to Butte County residents about how to be ready to evacuate with your pets.