Make plans to attend the 2015 Equine Rescue 411 Conference – February 14th

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The University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine

Proudly Presents…

 25th Seminar for the Serious Horse Owner


The 411 on Large Animal Rescue

Saturday, February 14, 2015

This program will be of interest to all horse enthusiasts, from horse owners to animal medical personnel to Level 1 First Responders! Incidents that involve large animals require special considerations. Multi-agency responses allow animal control, firefighters, veterinarians, the owner, and, if necessary, law enforcement to meet their responsibilities and achieve common goals. The setup and management of the scene is critical. Lights, noise and the movement of the rescuers can have dramatic impact on trapped and unpredictable animals. This program will expose you to concerns with animal emergencies.

 Receive valuable information on the basics of large animal rescue safety procedures and get an understanding of the roles and capabilities of all

those involved in rescue emergencies.

 Participants of this course will learn the basics of how to respond to On-Road and Off-Road Large Animal Rescue (LAR) incidents. Our afternoon round-robin demonstrations will give you an awareness and exposure to hands-on training with life-size, weighted, articulated manikins that allow training for virtually any LAR situation.

 

 See attached brochure for more details

   Equine Rescue 411

 

The Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (SCAAEP aka Equine Club) holds an annual silent auction during the Seminar for the Serious Horse Owner. This is the club’s largest fund raiser of the year. All of the items are donated and the club members volunteer their time to run the auction. With the funds that are raised, the club is able to provide small scholarships for students to attend meetings and educational activities. Proceeds from the  auction also help pay for speakers and labs to provide more opportunities for

students interested in equine medicine. They are a large, very active club and greatly appreciate all the financial support they receive. Some items you may find at the silent auction are: Stained glass; hand-crafted wooden bowls; jumps, helmets; boots; jewelry; books; pet food; toys; videos; gift certificates; tack; and much more! Bid high and bid often!!


For registration or information on this conference contact:


Karl Olson – (608) 265-5206
olsonk@vetmed.wisc.edu


Online registration available at:
www.vetmed.wisc.edu/ce