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An animal control officers and an OCFA urban search and rescue team extricated a horse from a creek bed on Tuesday, Feb.
7, 2017, after the animal slid down a hillside and became trapped.
Upon doing so, he noticed the deep cuts caused by these bonds.
The wounds made it difficult for the horses to walk normally, and there is no doubt they wouldn’t have survived if not for this kind act.
Honest and genuine in her work Scopey but careful Loves XC / WH / SJ / Dressage Takes side saddle sucessfully Shown Good to box, shoe, clip, travel, etc .. Back in work and jumped 4 double clears at 1 metre in last 4 shows, still eligible for BN and Discovery etc. Late last year I took him to a couple of one day events for the first time.
Would be suitable for top end Pony Club or professional event person Up to date in all her work ready to go Still eligible novice in all aspects as brought on slowly A great little horse proving to be eager to learn. Schooling nicely in an outline and popping a fence. Ideal project for someone who wants a complete allrounder. Bold and brave at jumping and has been cross country schooled. He was placed both times and had a good dressage score and went clear in show jumping and cross country.
One of the horses even nuzzled the vet, as to say “thank you!
Honor "got out of his stall and just found his way and slid down the backside into the creek," said Demi Stiegler, who trains with the horse's owner. Marty Driscoll of the Orange County Fire Authority said he and other firefighters "made our way down to the horse who was initially upside down, so he was kind of belly-up and in a tough position."The OCFA's urban search and rescue team was joined by OC Animal Care personnel and a veterinarian.
San Juan Capistrano- OCFA urban search and rescue members onscene assisting OC Animal Control with a stranded down a 30' embankment pic.twitter.com/eo2K6y UM7y— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO) February 7, 2017 Firefighters said recent rains had made the hillside slick, complicating the rescue operation.
” Four Paws International is an organization that works to provide direct help to animals in distress.
To learn more about who they are and how they help animals, visit their official website.