Abused Horses Have Excellent Chance at Recovery

smellshorsey Archive on February 28, 2008, 14:26

Photo from Humane Society web site. Fortunately, the horses confiscated earlier this week will probably all be fine. They mainly need food and worming. Here's an excerpt from a TV interview with the attending vet, Mike Privett:

What happens to the horses now that they are in custody of the Humane Society? WIS News 10 sent Drew Stewart to find out.


It's a scene veterinarian Dr. Michael Privett sees all too often. "We'll see cases with the Humane Society periodically, every year or two. But this type of condition is not that unusual, but on a smaller scale."