Moore, Okla.: The veterinary response
dvm360's complete coverage of the emergency veterinary response in the aftermath of the deadly EF-5 tornado that tore through the heart of Moore, Okla., May 20, 2013.
Jun 14, 2013
|Surviving the storm
A clinic 'family' rides out the Okla. tornado relying on each other.
|First responders called into action
Amidst the chaos after the storm, first responders saw the lost look of shock in the eyes of animals survivors and marveled at the good in people in times of tragedy.
|Emergency veterinary response continues in wake of Oklahoma tornado
State veterinarian manages effort, including disposal of mass equine casualties.
|Microchips, Facebook crucial after Okla. tornado
The ability to obtain contact information speeds reunions for hundreds of displaced pets and owners.
|Slideshow: Deadly Okla. tornado leaves heavy damage, prompts emergency veterinary response
Veterinarians and volunteers work together in triage stations and emergency shelters to address injured and displaced animals.