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Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue (TLAER) training – May 2013

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The TLAER Operations training in Hamptonville, NC, at Dusty Horses Farm, was very successful! Emergency responders, volunteers, veterinarians and vet techs were trained to respond to large animal emergencies of all types. The training was coordinated by PEART (Piedmont Emergency Animal Response Team), hosted by H.E.R.O. and partially funded by a generous grant from The Winston-Salem Foundation.

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Brent Campbell of Fox 8 visited the training site and caught up with a few trainees. Take a look at Fox 8’s coverage of the training.

 Pictures were taken throughout the training and posted to PEART’s Facebook page. Take a look at some of those dramatic pictures….

TLAER Operations training 2013 – Day 1

TLAER Operations training 2013 – Day 2

TLAER Operations training 2013 – Day 3

A firefighter from Ohio attend the training and interviewed with an Ohio newspaper about her experience. Find her article posted here.

This training will serve to build regional capabilities for large animal response. PEART continues to prepare Piedmont counties for potential animal emergencies. Come join us and assist with closing gaps in animal response needs in our region. See the PEART calendar for meetings, training (most of which is FREE and open to the public) and events.

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