Animal  EVAC

              CELEBRATING 83 YEARS

Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Care for Horses
Have you thought about or planned on what to do with your horse during a natural or man‐made disaster?
We are all guilty of not being prepared to meet our pets’ needs during a disaster. Horses rely on humans for food and water on a daily basis and shelter to protect them from the elements. Horses aren’t the free running breed they use to be; we confine them in smaller pastures, corrals and paddocks more so now than in days past. If a fire or flash flood were to occur, fencing is a horse’s biggest dilemma. To a horse flight is the only way to save its life. This is one of the reasons we need to be prepared.    EVAC CHECK LIST

Evacuated horses Napa Fire 2017

NAPA VALLEY HORSEMEN'S ASSOCIATION

2022 DIRECTORY
President 
Desiree Kuhn
Vice President
Sarah Linkenheil
Treasurer
Sheila Edginton
Secretary
Jan Lazarra
Membership Secretary
Debbie Hamilton
Immediate Past Pres.
Gina Masssolo
BOARD MEMBERS
Michelle Mendoza - 2025
Allen Harrison - 2025
Don C yde - 2024              
Steve Lombardi - 2024
Irene DeWeese – 2023
Stephanie Davis - 2023