World Horse Welfare reacts to recent recommendations to improve the conditions during transport of horses and other animals in Europe.
Found 7 Results from World Horse Welfare
The vast majority of horses cope well as long as they have plenty of shade and water, but not all tolerate the heat well.
The agency launched an appeal to avoid needless suffering during long journeys for horses bound for slaughter in Europe.
The international project provided training in saddlery, horse care and veterinary treatment to improve the health of working horses.
Dumped in a ditch at a few days old, rescued filly foal Charley is now grown up and ready to take on the world.
The next free World Horse Welfare webinar will look at the effect on our horses of the different ways we keep them.
The final free welfare webinar of the year explores factors that impact your horse's quality of life, followed by a Q&A session.