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Emergency and Disaster Preparedness for Horses

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Del Mar Fairgrounds Horse Rescue

With the recent natural disasters in California due to fires and mud slides, horse owners need to have an evacuation plan. Things happen quickly, as we saw with the recent fires in San Diego that claimed the lives of 45 race horses. Not to mention the lives lost in the Santa Barbara area. Though any loss of life, whether it’s a human or animal is a tragedy, a sound rescue plan needs to be thought out before an actual emergency happens. (more…)

December 28, 2017 |

The Facts about the Interior Department’s Wild Horse and Burro Program

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“Forage use by wild equids remains a small fraction of the total forage use by domestic animals on western public ranges.” 

National Academy of Sciences report, 1982, p. 43

BLM DISPROPORTIONATELY ALLOCATES RESOURCES TO LIVESTOCK

Of 245 million acres of public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), livestock grazing is allowed on 160 million acres, but wild horses and burros are restricted to 26 million acres, which they share with livestock. Within the 11 percent of BLM lands that are designated wild horse and burro areas, BLM sets artificially and arbitrarily low “Appropriate Management Levels” for wild horses and allocates the majority of resources to livestock. Examples: (more…)

July 18, 2015 |

Steps Every Animal Rescue Organization Needs to Do For Online Marketing Success

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SEO and Online Marketing

Every business and non-profit organization must have a website in today’s world. It’s the only way to get inexpensive and direct market exposure for your organization. For a non-profit, your website is your vehicle in telling viewers your story or mission statement, how to donate money, how to volunteer, how to support your efforts and any upcoming events.

Online marketing does not require a lot of money to get started. What it does require is time and commitment with perseverance thrown in. It’s something you have to do on a continual basis. (more…)

April 19, 2015 |

How to Find and Keep Volunteers for Your Horse Rescue Organization

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Finding Volunteers for your horse rescue organizationVolunteers are the life blood of a non-profit organization. For a horse rescue organization, they are critical. Caring for a large number of horses is overwhelming for just a few individuals. You need a team of people to make your organization successful and fun. Besides, you never know when a volunteer may want to give a permanent home for one of your equine friends (more…)

January 20, 2015 |
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