Least Resistance Training Concepts

Volunteers Training for Emergencies


Updated March 8, 2019

Padding is used to protect animals from the pressure of straps used to secure them. Blankets can also be used for this purpose, and to protect animals from environmental extremes.

In Rescue-1 padding and a blanket are stored on the upper left shelf.

In Rescue-1 additional padding is stored on the left-hand wall.

Blankets are stored in the tub in the forward cubby hole in Rescue 3.

An additional blanket is stored in the bottom of Rescue Glide Box 1.

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