CALL (630) 365-5600
STAY OFF THE PHONE NUMBER GIVEN TO THE ANSWERING SERVICE SO THAT THE VETERINARIAN CAN CALL YOU BACK.
IF YOU DO NOT HEAR BACK FROM THE VETERINARIAN WITHIN 15-20 MINUTES, CALL AGAIN. It is possible the answering service wrote down the wrong number, or the message did not go through the first time due to technical difficulties.
In case you are not on-site when the emergency happens, have our phone number (630-365-5600) displayed on the stall door for easy access. Knowing your horse’s Temperature, Pulse and Heart Rate can assist your vet during an emergency. Also have insurance information available if your horse is insured. A first aid kit is a great idea to keep on hand at the barn.
Learn more about Emergency Preparedness by reading through the resources below. Of course, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us by phone or at FVEP@FoxValleyEquine.com.
Med Kit Considerations
Click on the button for a print-out of all of the useful items to have in a medical emergency kit for your horse.
Bandaging Do’s and Dont’s
In case bandaging may be required during or after an emergency, please read through this helpful cheatsheet.
What Every Horse Owner Should Know
in case of an emergency. This helpful PDF gives you a list of extremely useful tools to help you help your veterinarian provide the best care for your horse during an emergency.
Here are some helpful resources to assist you in being the most prepared for an emergency.