When temperatures rise, all creatures on the planet are affected, and your rescue horse is particularly susceptible to heat-related issues. High temperatures can lead to dehydration, exhaustion, and heat stroke,

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Tips for Adopting a Rescue Horse

If you’re thinking about adopting a rescue horse, it’s important that you gather as much information as possible so you know what it takes to care for it. It’s not

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Spotting Lameness in Your Horse

Lameness in horses is something that is a common condition that horses tend to experience at one point or another. It typically occurs when there is gait abnormality, which will

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Spring Checkup for Your Rescue Horse

As the temperatures warm up, make sure that you have your rescue horses’ body, including joints assessed. Let the veterinarian know about problem areas your horse may have had previously.

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How to Help a Neglected or Abused Horse

Whether you visit the same horse a few times a month or are seeing one for the first time, their beauty will be sure to captivate you. After scanning their

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Horse Protection from Influenza & Disease

With the warming weather, comes eventing shows which means a lot of travel for our equine friends. With this level of exposure, it’s important to speak with your vet and

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A Rescue for Abused, Abandoned, & Neglected Horses

The Equis Save Foundation is a haven for horses of all ages, breeds, and training levels. Not only do they rescue horses, they also provided support for fellow horse rescues

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Why Do Horses Go Into Rescue?

Why do horses go into rescue? This is a question increasingly being asked by animal welfare experts and ethicist. Like many intractable issues today, the answer is multipronged with several

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Introducing the Rescue of the Year Program

Win $1000 for the Care of Rescue Horses The Equis Save Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the annual Rescue of the Year program. This year we are looking

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