Equine body workers are NOT licensed veterinarians; equine body work is NOT a substitute for veterinary care. If the horse displays signs of lameness or illness, body work may not take place until permission of the attending veterinarian has been granted.
Equine body workers may not make any adjustments/musculoskeletal manipulations.
Equine body workers may not prescribe medication of any type.
It is recommended that you consult with your veterinarian regarding complementary care for your horse.
This agreement affects your legal rights. Please read it carefully.
1, being the authorized agent or owner of this horse, have read and understand the information provided by this form. I understand that body work is NOT a substitute for veterinary care, and further acknowledge that the body worker does not diagnose illness, disease, or any other physical disorder. The equine body worker does not prescribe or administer medical treatment. It is my responsibility to consult with a veterinarian regarding complementary care for my horse. I waive an and all liability, claims, demands, actions and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained, or to any damage to property belonging to the agent or owner of the horse, whether caused by the negligence of the body worker, or otherwise, from the services provided in the session noted above or while on the premises where the session is being performed.