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Illness, accidents, and emergencies that affect you can leave your horse’s future in limbo. Plan now for the worst-case scenario so your horse and other pets are taken care of in your absence.
Precise application of standing leg wraps ensures the protection of your horse’s soft tissues for healing an injury or sweating inflammation
Learn how to lessen the risk of experiencing trail riding emergencies and steps to take should your horse become injured despite your best efforts.
A watchful eye and timely maintenance can help you prevent wounds. It’s worth the effort!
Review this list with your veterinarian for more information on how to provide on-trail first-aid and to see whether he or she has any further suggestions.
Recipes for common horse care first-aid solutions.
It's getting into the hottest days of summer. Here's a quick heat-stress reference that'll help you know when your horse is overheated--and what to do to help him chill.
A snakebite—particularly on the nose of a horse—can be a life-threatening event for a horse. Here's what to do.
Sometimes it's important to make your horse drink (even if he doesn't want to) to avoid dehydration.
Veterinarian Barb Crabbe offers help for your snake-bitten horse. Find out what you can do when you're on the trail to treat snakebite.
Veterinarian Barb Crabbe guides you on the trail -- as you administer first-aid to your lame horse.
Veterinarian Barb Crabbe guides you through the first-aid process when your horse suffers from allergies on the trail.
Trail Terrors Part 5: Tying Up on a Trail Ride, How to Recognize it and What to Do
Learn what to pack in your trail first-aid kit.
First Aid: A simple four-step method for finding your horse's pulse at the fetlock joint.