Available Services
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Animal Cruelty Investigations Response Assistance

Training
Including but not limited to: Large Animal Technical Rescue Courses -- Emergency Preparedness Training for Equine Owners (and their Equines) Clinics -- Large Animal Emergency Preparedness Training Presentations -- Large Animal Handling, Restraint, and Containment Training Courses -- Equine Cruelty Investigations and Rehabilitation Management Courses
Consultations
Trailer Safety and Transportation (Equines and Livestock)
Barn / Facility Fire Prevention and Response Consultations


Veterinarian Requirement


Depending on the services requested, for the safety of personnel and the welfare of the animal, 4Hooves Large Animal Services, LLC may require a large animal veterinarian to be present or on the way to the incident/service location prior to our arrival.  Animal owner/agent will be solely responsible for payment of veterinary expenses for no less than the required service call travel fee, sedation/anesthesia if applicable, and euthanasia if warranted – All other veterinary expenses incurred during or after the rescue operation are to be negotiated between the owner/agent and the veterinarian (IV fluids, medications, wound care, colic treatment, etc.) or will be provided in accordance with the signed contract and "In Case of Emergency" (ICE) forms.  Payment of all veterinary expenses will be handled directly between the owner/agent and the attending veterinarian.


If this is an emergency service call, please contact a licensed equine / livestock veterinarian prior to our arrival.  If you do not have a regular veterinarian or do not know of one in the area, please try to search for one on the internet first if able, if you still are unable to locate a veterinarian to contact, call us and we can assist you further.

 

American Association of Equine Practitioners - "Find a Vet"

Locate an AAEP-member veterinarian using the Get-A-DVM directly.  Whether you're traveling, relocating or looking for a veterinarian for your first horse, this search engine will help you connect with a practitioner dedicated to the highest standard of equine medical care.

Estimates, Invoices, and Payment for Services
We use QuickBooks to generate client profiles, estimates, invoices, and process payments. 

If you would like an estimate for a service, transport, event stand-by, or training program, we will request your name, phone number, email address, and other necessary information in order to itemize the estimate or invoice.  The estimate or invoice will be sent to the email address provided.

Payment can be made by major credit card in person or through a link on the invoice, cash, check (personal or business with proof of identification), money order, or cashiers check.  If the payment is being made in person or over the phone with a credit card that is not in the name of the person making the payment, we will request to personally speak to the cardholder for authorization whenever possible.   At this time we do not except CareCredit as a method of payment. 

There is a penalty fee for returned checks and a finance charge for balances that are greater than 30-days past due.