Operation “PUP” Tent

2015 KS SART Sponsored Training Exercise

On Saturday, June 25, 2015 several animal response team volunteers from three regional teams converged on Crisis City to train on tent placement, setup and tear down.  These tents were secured by KS SART through an AVMF grant process.  There are 3 20’x20′ tents with sides, lighting a generator and 50 large/medium wire dog kennels housed in an 16′ cargo trailer.  This is a state resource that can be deployed and used as temporary animal sheltering space if needed, anywhere in the state of Kansas as a part of an animal response team deployment.  Volunteers were asked to evaluate the course and some great suggestions were made to improve the next PUP tent exercise, which could possibly come in the form of a large state exercise in 2016 at Crisis City!   Click here to see the training survey results.

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  1. Great training day! Thanks to everyone who participated, it was great to see so many regional animal response teams represented.

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