“It is the moral and legal responsibility of anyone who sees an animal that is being cruelly treated, in distress or in poor health, to make every effort, to alleviate its plight.” – NEWC
If you’re aware of a horse in trouble, we may be able to help – either in advice or investigation. We’re only able to operate within the Southwest of England, but we may be able to refer you to a more local or national organisation.
- If your question is not urgent, please contact us.
- If your question or concern is urgent, please ring us. Outside office hours there is a recorded message giving an emergency number.
If you’re reporting a welfare concern in the Southwest of England, please try to have the following information to hand:
- What’s the concern?
- Describe the horse as well as you can. Colour, size, and whether there are any other horses on site.
- Any details you may have about the owner of the horse or the land, and any history you may be aware of.
- Good directions to the site, including postcode if you can find it.
- A contact number for yourself if we need any more info.