Have an Emergency?

First, contact your vet and inform him of the situation.

Catch the horse and confine it in a stall or pen if it can be safely handled. Providing a buddy may help keep the horse calm and quiet.

Do a quick evaluation of its injuries or condition. While waiting for the vet to arrive, it’s a good idea to take the horse's vital signs every 15 to 20 minutes.

Keep the vet informed of changes, which can indicate deterioration in the horse's condition.

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Bend, OR 97708

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Contact

Contact

Mailing Address

PO Box 7017
Bend, OR 97708

Phone

Email

Send Us a Message

Contact

Have an Emergency?

First, contact your vet and inform him of the situation.

Catch the horse and confine it in a stall or pen if it can be safely handled. Providing a buddy may help keep the horse calm and quiet.

Do a quick evaluation of its injuries or condition. While waiting for the vet to arrive, it’s a good idea to take the horse's vital signs every 15 to 20 minutes.

Keep the vet informed of changes, which can indicate deterioration in the horse's condition.