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Can You "Save Your Horse?"

If your horse fell into a ravine, would you know what to do? If your trailer was broad sided by another vehicle and turned over, would you know what to do? Could you assist emergency personnel in saving your horse? Being prepared and knowing what to do is vital when it comes to preventing serious injuries and even death!

Bonnie Davis, clinician and owner of Two Horse Enterprises stated", "Saving Your Horse, a Horse Owner's Guide to Large Animal Rescue" will provide the knowledge, how to and instructions on saving a horse from injury or death! Written by Michelle Staples, it covers removing a horse from a trailer, an overturned trailer, righting the trailer, vertical extrication from a hole or ravine, diagonal extrication from a steep slope and more. In non-technical terms, diagrams, pictures "Saving Your Horse" has step by step procedures covering rescuer safety, behaving around a horse, restraining, keeping a horse down and much more within its 160 plus pages.

"Included in the Appendix is information on Barn Fire Safety, Use of Power Tools in Extrications, Training plus copies of vital authorization forms for veterinarians and emergency personnel. Also a Limited Power of Attorney for Animal Health Care form necessary to be signed on the spot to provide animal care while preventing legal liabilities.

"Save Your Horse" is a publication emergency personnel, clubs, rescue organizations, police and fire, associations and horseowners should have knowledge of, availability and reference to so they can become familiar with the techniques and procedures necessary for saving a horse. Being prepared and knowing what to do, when to do it, how to do it and instructing those that don't know how can prevent serious injury and even death in removing an animal," Davis concluded.

To order or for more information on "Saving Your Horse" and other publications, contact Two Horse Enterprises, http://www.twohorseenterprises.com, e-mail horsecamping@comcast.net, or call (510) 657-5239. Free catalog available.

 

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