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Find all the information you need related to horses and emergencies, including real-life survivor stories and helpful tips.

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Is Your Barn Prepared for Emergencies?
May 8 is recognized as National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day. Read more >>

Emergency Plan
Whatever the emergency—fire, tornado, hurricane or earthquake—it's important to be prepared.  Read more >>

Emergency Contact Information
Make sure those who care for your horse have the emergency contact numbers they need. Read more >>

Directions to Emergency Responders
If you become incapacitated during an accident, you can make sure your horses will be taken care of by leaving information that will help direct emergency responders. Read more >>

Road Emergency!
It is impossible to plan for every potential emergency, but being prepared in advance can make the difference between being helpful and being helpless. Read more >>

Tips for Horse Owners to Prepare for Hurricane Season
LSU and the Louisiana State Animal Response Team provide readiness guidelines. Read more >>

Escaping the Wildfire
They issued a mandatory evacuation and I didn’t have a trailer.  Read more >>

Part II of Escaping the Wildfire
A mandatory evacuation and no horse trailer left me hand-walking two horses away from the flames, with no plan of where to go. Read more >>

Emergency Preparedness: Survival Stories Read more >>

HorseChannel 2007 California Wildfire Coverage
Find horse resources and news on the 2007 Southern California wildfires. Read more >>

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Erin    Somewhere, MN

3/11/2014 7:26:46 AM

So many of these things are common sense but are easily looked over at the same time. Always good to have a reminder.... These things will have to go on my spring to do list!

c    c, CT

3/6/2014 4:26:08 PM

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Gee and Haw    Northern Part, CA

3/6/2014 7:14:25 AM

I feel so sorry for all the people who have to go through storms, and fires. what a big worry and headache. This article should help to get started in the right direction.

l    l, MD

3/5/2014 3:04:46 PM

cool

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