Equine Sanctuary & Rescue Facility Guidelines
by Ferraro, Stull, Madigan

Pages: 52
Publisher: University of California, Davis.
Edition: 2009
Language: English


The welfare of horses has long been a concern of the American public. Consequently, there has been a rising interest in providing proper housing and care for those horses no longer wanted by their current owners. These " unwanted horses" may be old, injured, sick or unmanageable or just fail to meet their expectations for use. Currently, many owner find that their economic circumstances preclude them from being able to afford caring for them.
For that reason the UCDavis School of Veterinary Medicine has developed a set of guidelines to ensure that horses maintained within equine sanctuaries and rescue farms receive adequate and proper care.

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