When Should I Report and How Can I obtain Help with a Horse in Distress?

Helping horse owners and keeping horses can be very complicated and confusing.    There are so many things to think of and so much frequent conflicting information available.   It can be difficult to know where to turn to for this factual advice best suited for your own individual needs as no two cases are the same.    We are here to help and have some of the horse industry’s leading Equine welfare experts on call.  

We would far desire an owner to inquire if they are not sure about something.    This could be anything at all; from knowing how to help a new horse settle in, to admitting that you’re struggling to cope.    We aim to help horse owners every day by being there on the end of the phone or via e-mail to answer any number of queries, and by providing guidance face-to-face through our team of Equine welfare experts.   

What we would ask of you is to remember that this is a charitable service and are currently unable to answer calls and e-mails immediately, but if you leave a voicemail message we shall endeavour to return your call as soon as possible.  Alternatively you can send us an e-mail and it will be dealt with as quickly as possible especially in a welfare situation.   

When you call, you will speak to someone who has a respectable knowledge; both of horses and the relevant legislation, and all calls and e-mails are dealt with in the strictest confidence.

Our contact details are; administrator@horserescuescotland.com

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