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Safe & Successful Large Animal Rescue Training – Nov 10th

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The Basic Rigging for Large Animal Rescue training held at Holmestead Farm in Germanton, NC on Sunday, November 10th was safe and successful! There were participants from across the region, some from Virginia, all with various backgrounds, that worked hard throughout the day to learn and share ideas about large animal rescue. Special thanks to our volunteer and very knowledgeable  instructors of the day:  Scottie Emerson, Jim Young & Sandy Mayberry. And a very special thanks to John and Tara Stebbins for their hospitality and use of their farm for this training.

Take a look at the teamwork exhibited in the training pictures!

These pictures from the training are pretty cool. Animated!

You may also be interested in our growing equipment inventory/resources, provided by very generous and dedicated volunteers. Special thanks to Jim and Stephanie Danner!

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DID YOU KNOW?………

Large animals, such as cows and horses, can find themselves in potentially fatal situations unless trained rescue personnel help them escape. If you are interested in learning how to SAFELY apply rescue techniques and assist emergency personnel when an animal is in need, we welcome you to come learn with us. Follow this link for more information on our meetings, training and events. By the way, we train to assist ALL animals in emergencies and disasters. No matter what type of animal you want to assist, you can find your niche with PE ART.

 

LINK TO PICTURES FROM AUGUST 2013 TRAINING

Justin McLeod, with NC SMART, demonstrates strap placement at August training
Justin McLeod, with NC SMART, demonstrates strap placement at August training

 

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