Sue Copeland discusses the controversial topic of horse slaughter in the U.S.
Learn how to put a horse's condition into quantitative terms that even the courts can understand in this excerpt from the new book How to Start and Run a Rescue. | MORE
Learn how and when to report cases of equine neglect.
Instead of getting angry at an owner's poor horsekeeping practices, focus your energy on a needy horse's health and care.
Here's how you can promote and advocate the welfare of horses at shows. | MORE
Looking to invest some time and energy helping horses and people in need? Here's how to get involved. | MORE
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, veterinarians, students and volunteers associated with Louisiana State University have rescued hundreds of horses and small animals.
Helping horses and people in need can be a rewarding experience, but consider what it will take before you commit to volunteering at a horse organization. | MORE
Horse thieves may think twice if your horse is branded or has a microchip. Here are the ins and outs of these two identification options.
Are you interested in adopting a wild horse? The Bureau of Land Management can help you find the right mustang. | MORE
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