Disaster-Planning Tips for Horse Owners & Rescues
Wildfires, mudslides, floods—you name it, there are many different types of emergency situations that require disaster planning and could require you to evacuate your horses. That’s why it's crucial to have solid plans in place to prevent barn fires and implement a safe evacuation if necessary.
To help make sure you’re prepared, download our handy disaster tip sheet that includes how to:
- Ready your horses
- Prevent on-site fires
- Ready your trailer
- Locate a temporary caregiver
- Plan your evacuation route
- Collaborate with neighbors
- Create an equine emergency kit
Post these tips in your barn and share them with adopters to help ensure the safety of your community’s equines during a disaster.
We also have cat and dog safety tip sheets available!
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