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The United Horse Coalition and Corro create a partnership aimed at bringing educational resources (and more!) to horse owners Nationwide.
Corro is proud to partner with the United Horse Coalition to help horses and the humans that care for them by sharing educational resources and expert recommendations from Corro’s featured programs. As the one source for all things horse, Corro is dedicated to promoting horse welfare by ensuring that horse owners have everything they need to give back to the animals that give us so much.
Corro Top Rated
Corro Top Rated is the top resource for researching the best horse products with in-depth reviews of popular horse tack, stable supplies, and horse care items from equestrian experts. Corro introduced the program to provide horse owners with the professional insight they need to make the best care decisions for their horses.
In addition to just helping horse owners care for their horses, Corro Top Rated also gives back to the horses who need it most by donating a portion of the proceeds from top-rated products to deserving charities chosen by that month’s judges. Past editions of Corro Top Rated have supported horse rescues, therapeutic horseback riding programs, and other non-profits making a difference in the lives of at-risk horses and humans. The United Horse Coalition is proud to announce that we will be hosting direct links to this incredible information directly from our site.
Corro Stories is a blog dedicated to all things horse. Written by horse people, for horse people, the blog aims to educate and inspire with authoritative articles that cover everything horse owners need to know to help their horses thrive.
With exclusive insights from top professionals, horse health guides, management advice, and heart-warming stories about special horses and remarkable horse people, Corro Stories is an unrivaled educational resource for horse lovers.
The National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA) was formed in 1978 to provide resources, standardized training, and support for animal care and control professionals across the United States. Throughout the organization’s history, NACA has been a leader in providing guidance for its members as the role of animal shelters and animal care and control staff has evolved.
NACA recognizes that today’s animal field services officers provide a wide array of services to their communities, including saving pets in danger, protecting human health and safety, enforcing laws and ordinances, providing support and education to community members, disaster response, helping lost pets get home, and helping wildlife, livestock, and exotic animals, in addition to cats, dogs, and other pets. NACA offers guidance and training on many of the most crucial responsibility areas of officers, and we are a leading voice in support of the community policing approach to animal control, in order to prevent the root causes that lead to cruelty, neglect, and public safety issues.
NACA understands the unique role that animal care and control professionals play in each community and is dedicated to ensuring its members have the resources, tools, and training necessary to perform this role safely and effectively.