Dr. Lawrence Garcia of the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine explains how pet owners can create a natural disaster plan with their pets in mind.
The UF VETS team works with veterinary groups, fire rescue teams, and other Florida-based organizations to deliver trainings and help them prepare for large animal technical emergencies. This video will give you an idea of what these trainings entail, and includes tips on how to better prepare for large animal emergencies.
Knot Tying Tutorials
The figure 8 serves as a stopper knot, and the foundation for the family of 8s.
A figure 8 on a bight provides an attachment point at the end of a rope.
Used to tie a rope around an anchor point.
Used to create a mid-line attachment point, good for multi-directional pulls.
Create a prusik loop in accessory cord used in rope rescue applications.
Create rope grabs or progress capture in rope rescue systems.
Used to join two ends of webbing