Equine Emergency Information
In an unexpected emergency or life threatening situation involving your horse, we make every effort possible to reach you. In the event you cannot be contacted, we recommend you have a plan (Advanced Directive) in place designating someone who will be available and can make medical, financial, and possibly euthanasia decisions on your behalf. Listed in the pdf below are some recommendations to consider when creating an Advance Directive for your horse. It is important to discuss your requests with your emergency contact, veterinarian and barn manager, and to provide them with a copy of your Advanced Directive once completed.

Equine Emergency Information


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