In 2010, I carried out the first empirical study into animal disaster management in New Zealand and this included a survey which is similar to the one being advertised by Massey University.
It is fantastic this work is being built upon and expanded into areas such as horses and farms (which were outside my scope of research). There will also be pet owner preparedness data that has just been collected from my PhD survey of the residents of Edgecumbe as well (interim results hopefully later this year or early next year). In the meantime, here is my 2010 Pet Owner Emergency Preparedness Report of Wellington and Taranaki residents that should be interesting to compare.
Great to see more researchers active in animal emergency management. I am no longer alone!