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    The Open Sanctuary Podcast: Goat Resident Safety For Animal Sanctuaries

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    18 – Goat Resident Safety For Animal Sanctuaries The Open Sanctuary Podcast

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    Senior Advisor Tara Hess and Community Education Specialist Andie Springirth delve into the topic of goat resident safety. Why goat resident safety specifically? While sanctuary caregivers need to make sure residents of all species are safe, ensuring the safety of goats, in particular, can be a bit tricky, especially if you aren’t aware of the unique safety challenges they face. In addition to discussing some of the unique characteristics, capabilities, and tendencies that could land goats in a dangerous situation, we highlight five specific areas caregivers can focus on to mitigate some of the most serious risks for their goat residents.

    This Episode’s Referenced Open Sanctuary Project Resources:

    Goat Resident Safety Part One: General Safety Considerations

    Goat Resident Safety Part Two: Hay Feeder Safety

    Observation: An Important Caregiving Tool

    Fundamentals Of An Effective Animal Sanctuary Tour Program

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