Healthy Horse Tip – What to Do When the Panic Is On!

Hurricane, Fire, Toxicity, Infectious Disease: KAM’s Next FREE Webinar – September 26, 2011

September 1, 2011 — KAM’s Equine Learning Circle FREE webinars have covered numerous topics such as gut health, feed and supplements, teeth, joints, worming, fungus and so much more.  The response has been extremely positive with lots more to come.  The next webinar on September 26 will focus on preparing for an emergency situation.  Take a moment now and sign up for this next free webinar by going to www.kamanimalservices.com.

In this webinar the panelists will talk about infectious disease, hurricane evacuation, fire and smoke, environmental toxicity and biosecurity.  When we are faced with any of these situations it’s critical that we be prepared for the “worst.”  This webinar will guide you through the steps you need to take to be prepared.

Title: When the Panic Is On – What to Do!
Date: Monday, September 26, 2011
Time: 5:30 PM PST, 7:30 PM – 8:00 PM CST, 8:30 PM EST

So far KAM Animal Services has hosted eight webinars this year on the following topics:

Equine Digestive and Gut Health
What They Eat Is What They Are: A Look at Balanced Feed and Supplements
Oh, Those Sweet Calories… Understanding EMS/IR
A Comfortable Jaw = A Happy Horse
To Worm or Not to Worm, Fungus among Us, On the Road, and Equine Jail
Got Joints?
Get It in Writing
Electrolytes in Summer, Detoxing from Our Toxic World and Equine First Aid

Mark your calendar now for September 26th because you never know when you’ll be facing the next crisis situation and forewarned is forearmed.

The panelists welcome your questions either during or after the webinar.  If you attend the webinar live they are FREE.  If you want to be able to download the presentation of all past and future 2011 webinars, an annual membership is available for $89.  To register go to www.kamanimalservices.com and click on the future webinar link at the bottom of the page.

CONTACT:  Press Link/Diana De Rosa, 516-848-4867, dderosa1@optonline.net

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