I always hear these awful stories about people out trail riding or moving cattle and something happens to one of their horses. I realized if I had an emergency with my horse in a situation as these I would have no idea what to do. At home I call the vet, but what if I didn’t have a vet just a phone call away what would I do.
I found an outstanding article with suggestions for when an emergency situation arises with your horse and you don’t have a vet to call. Cynthia McFarland and Linda Tellington-Jones give great on how to use TTouch for specific scenarios.
Would you know what to do if your horse ties up or colic’s on the trail? McFarland and Tellington-Jones give step by step instructions on how to effectively do belly lifts to relieve the symptoms until you can reach a vet. They also give suggestions for shock, injury, gas colic, exhaustion and fatigue.
I hope the information in this article can help save the life of your horse and give you tools to better prepare you in case of an emergency.
The full article can be found below: