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Reporting horse & dog accidents to BHS

Posted on Mar 03 2015
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Are you aware that the British Horse Society has a dedicated reporting page for accidents? It is the only place where statistics are gathered on the following incidents – bird scarers, chinese lanterns, cycling, dog attacks, equine transport, fireworks,  gates, low flying aircraft, road accidents/near misses, slippery road surfaces and windfarms.
If you have ever had a problem with any of the above, please consider reporting it. You can find the page by following the link is www.bhs.org.uk/safety-and-accidents/report-an-incident The more incidents that are reported, the better chance we have of improving the situation.

Recently there seems to have been an increase in reports of dogs attacking horses, particularly while out riding.  Horse riders should be aware of what to do if they are involved in such an incident while out riding and to highlight the relevant legislation which has been put in place to deal with such incidents.

This is also relevant to dog owners who may walk their dogs in areas where they could encounter horses.

The British Horse Society has an informative section on their website including all of the relevant information at  http://www.bhs.org.uk/safety-and-accidents/common-incidents/dog-attacks.  Please feel free to share this with friends.

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