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CAMDEN COUNTY, N.J. (CBS) – Taking care of your pet during a disaster is the goal of a new piece of equipment in Camden County.

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County officials unveiled a pet disaster relief trailer Monday.

The state of the art trailer will help create a safe home for at least 65 pets immediately after a disaster is declared.

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It is equipped with crates, carriers, bowls, leashes and a mobile vet lab.

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“For most of us, our pets are part of our family, with this trailer and working with the county they will designate whether its a school, building and say, ‘We are going to house peoples pets there,'” said President of New Jersey Federation of Dogs Clubs Jeffery Ball.

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The trailer is also equipped with a microchip scanner so workers can identify lost pets.