Training Emphasizes Horse Handling Skills, Practical Equipment

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Preparation for taking care of horses in emergencies and disasters starts with training emergency responders (firefighters, rescue squad members, veterinarians, police, humane, animal control and sheriff's officers, and search and rescue volunteers) to be able to properly and safely manipulate and "package" an injured animal for transport from an incident scene. In mid-March, back-to-back

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