The Horse 911: What’s Your Emergency? describes real-life equine emergencies and rescues, along with lessons on how to avoid such situations when possible and how to effectively save the horses and humans involved.
Rebecca Gimenez shares tips for preparing for a wildfire evacuation.
Our equine emergency safety blogger offers tips to ensure your horse trailer is fit for the road.
We have all heard the old maxim "pride goeth before a fall." I would bet that comment came from someone watching other people riding horses because it seems like just when you think you know what you are doing, you get "jinxed" then injured or fall from a horse, or...
Rebecca Gimenez shares how veterinarians and technicians can educate horse owners about first aid.
What preparations are you making for the Blizzard of 2015?
This week I am in California, and was afforded the opportunity to visit a boarding ranch in San Diego that demonstrated many of the safety suggestions (for both horses and for people) that owners and boarders usually talk about but rarely provide. The weather is...
Rebecca presented about barn-fire safety at the 2014 American Association of Equine Practitioners’ convention. Read about the top tips she shared.
What are your experiences with getting and giving an education about handling horse medical emergencies?
Real life shouldn’t emulate art when it comes to working with and rescuing large animals.
I was thrilled to join Dr. Dick Green at the recent one-day conference , Animals after Disasters, hosted by the Georgia Department of Agriculture Emergency Management with Dr. Venessa Sims-Green and Augusta Animal Services Director Sharon Broady. The intent of this...