Mat Thompson - Manager
Tel: 404-656-3713 Fax: 404-463-2128
***LIST OF LICENSED STABLES ACCEPTING EVACUATIONS CLICK HERE***
Our equine health section is responsible for enforcing the Humane Care for Equines Act, the Equine Act of 1969 and excerpts of the Animal Protection Act. Enforcement of these laws is achieved through the inspection of equine sales, abuse complaints, stables and events. We also manage the Equine Infectious Anemia Control Program.
The equine industry is also monitored for Equine Infectious Anemia through the enforcement of the Equine Act of 1969. Regulations require a negative test within the last 12 months on all equine sold, traded, given away or moved for change of ownership. All equine assembled for exhibitions, rodeos, trail rides or other activities must also have a current, negative Equine Infectious Anemia test. Any equine testing positive for Equine Infectious Anemia must be quarantined at least 200 yards from all other equine, euthanized and buried, or shipped to slaughter.
The need for protecting the welfare of equine prompted the passing of the Humane Care for Equines Act in 1992, which requires that all equine are provided with adequate food and water, and are treated and cared for in a humane manner. The Act provides for inspections, impoundment, care,and disposition. Authority is granted for injunctions, restraining orders, and monetary penalties as required to achieve enforcement. Click here for more in-depth information.
Information on buying a horse! Click here to see more
Information on Older horses in the Winter! Click here
Information on finding your horse a new home! Click here to see more.
Georgia Equine Rescue League presents The 6th Annual Stallion to Gelding Castration Day! November 12, 2016
Click here to view the "How the Program works" Sheet!
For a list of Veterinarians Click Here! For to view the Map Click Here!
**NEXT IMPOUND AUCTION**
Please continue to check back for the date of our next equine auction.
Impound Program - Learn more about the program and the impound facilities.
Impound Facilities - See more about each of our four facilities, including the newest at Lee Arrendale State Prison in Alto! Check out the news coverage for Pulaski Facility! Click here for the link!
Impound Auctions - Click to learn more about past and upcoming auction events.
Our Field Staff
Licensed Stables - Please click here to RENEW your Stable License!!! Please click here to find Licensed stables accepting evacuations.