This is an archived session from 2020.

Equines can be found in almost every community, from street vendors in Baltimore and carriage horses in NYC, to suburban riding schools and ranches in the country. Many animal shelters have been seeing more livestock come through their doors in recent years, including horses, ponies, and even donkeys. Do you have an equine expert on staff or the ability to take in a horse or donkey if necessary? In this session, learn basic standards of care, what may constitute neglect, and some steps you can take to prepare for a call or case involving equines.

Presenter

  • Laura Koivula | Deputy Manager, Animal Crimes, The Humane Society of the United States

Thursday, July 23 | 4:35 to 5:15pm Equine Standard

Handouts

More Equine sessions

Advertisements