********************FIRE SEASON IS UPON US!********************

First Event June 6th! Sign Up Now!

The Sonoma County Animal Services Emergency Sheltering Course, scheduled for August 10 & 11, has been rescheduled for September 8th & 9th

The Sonoma Co Horse Council and Sonoma Co Animal Services are sponsoring several additional training sessions in disaster preparedness

The So Co Horse Council wants our equestrian community to be prepared.   To date we have:

   * Hosted two trailering courses -  training people for emergency evac and transport to become certified

    * Partnered with Sonoma Co Fairgrounds and So Co Animal Services in after-action planning meetings

    * Actively pursuing an MOU with So Co Animal Services for local disaster response for large animals

Please consider becoming a registered Animal Disaster Service Worker. We learned how important it is to be prepared and trained during the October 2017 fires. Now is the time! Upcoming trainings hosted by Sonoma County Animal Services.  Please see attached fliers for more information.

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Animal Disaster Service Worker Program (A-DSW)

**Required FEMA ICS 100 / 200


Sunday, July 22 2018


Santa Rosa Red Cross


5297 Aero Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95403


About The Sonoma County Horse Council

The Sonoma County Horse Council is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 to promote the health and well-being of horses, and support horse-related activities in Sonoma County.


Places to Ride & Clubs


Your membership helps unify the horse community into a single, powerful voice. The Council is a resource for the horse community to provide owners and lovers of horses access to information on a range of issues from questions relating to horse ownership and use, to land issues, political concerns, stewardship of the land, and disaster preparedness. Learn more:

Member Spotlight

Equi-Ed has enhanced lives through the therapeutic power of the horse for 24 years. We serve veterans and kids and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities. Equi-Ed is affiliated with Santa Rosa Junior College but functions independently as a non-profit community organization.

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