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List of Equine Rescues


Happy Spring

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: Happy Mud Season! It is officially false spring in New England! While we are itching for warmth what we are getting is snow and ferocious winds. Soon the sun will be shining and the daffodils will be peeping out of the ground. The donkeys have already started to enjoy more daylight hours by playing 'dead donkeys' in the pastures. We are just as excited for longer, warmer days ahead of us. Ears the latest news.. New Kids in Town The month of March seems to be flying by and spring can't come fast enough for us and all the animals at the rescue. We have been soaking up all of the warm days as have the animals, who frequently have been playing dead while napping out in the middle of the fields. We have some new faces to introduce as we've had an influx of owner surrenders again the last month almost close to what happened this past fall. We believe this is due to the price increase of gas, feed, shavings and hay that are most likely going to continue to skyrocket. Due to this we can not take in anymore animals until a few more go to their new homes, we are expecting to have more room mid to late April if all goes as planned with adoptions. Violetta and Dusty Violetta is a new owner surender who is with us due to no fault of her own or her owners. She was and still is so dearly loved. Our long time resident, Dusty who has been with us for almost a year now has bonded with Violetta and they are now inseparable! This is fantastic news as they've both already been adopted and will be going to their new ...
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Chilly Pepper – NORMAN UPDATE – Norman is still fighting for his life – Will you help him?

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Norman is a miracle so far. He survived the deadly Colostrum and received 2 blood transfusions, but is far from out of the woods. Thank you to everyone who made that possibleHowever, it looks like he is taking a turn for the worse. He still has pneumonia and heart issues, but his urine is once again showing extreme issues, and he could be starting to shut down. He is on different antibiotics at this time, but obviously something else is needed to save him. He needs to go back to Goldendale Veterinary to get updated blood tests. I need to pay the $1500 +/- that we already incurred for the Plasma transfusion, the blood work for Ms. Kisses and Kimmy, and the Coggins etc. If you would like to help me get Norman the blood tests he so needs to give him a chance to recover, please help us now. He is feeling worse today. Thank you for helping us help him. Goldendale Veterinary - 1-509-773-0369 THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN HELPING SAVE THESE PRECIOUS LIVES! Please check out our Adoption page! https://www.facebook.com/groups/543121366934903 If anyone wants to help, Supplies or checks can be sent to Palomino Chilly Pepper 19 Weonda Rd. Goldendale, WA 98620 or checks to PO Box 233, Golconda NV 89414 Once again we are back and forth, so all addresses are good. or Donations can be made at: CashAp-$LauriArmstrong Venmo - @Lauri-Armstrong-2 THANK YOU for everything we have received. https://smile.amazon.com/ch/55-0882407 If you shop at Amazon, please go to this link. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO: You can go to gofundme You can go to Paypal if you would like to help these horses. ->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX ...
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Introducing…

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: INTRODUCING... Thank you to everyone who participated in our name auction last week! The winning bid was made by Nick C. and he picked the name Ballerini (after Kelsea Ballerini) and it fits her perfectly. Thanks, Nick! Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram if you don't already. We will be sharing many videos and photos of this adorable lady, for sure. Ballerini's Story In June 2021, we took in two reported pregnant mares as part of a nearby animal services case involving multiple animals. Shortly after arrival, our vet came for exams and ultrasounds. One showed a foal, the other did not. Dr. Stolba estimated mom-to-be was three to four months along, which meant baby was due in February or March. Fast-forward to February 22, 2022 (2/22/22), and mama gave birth to a beautiful filly! Baby girl is healthy and so is mom. Mom has great maternal instincts, and she is the protector extraordinaire. They have bonded well, and they are doing great. Meet Our Newest Mare At the end of February, we were contacted by a nearby animal control who needed assistance with a skinny mare. No one had any background on her. We were told the man who had her had rescued her a few months before, but he had cancer and was unable to afford veterinary care because of his own health care costs. When we arrived to pick her up, we met a very sad, very emaciated older gal. She had a nasty smelling discharge from her right nostril and below her right eye was a large crusty patch. Her teeth needed attention, too. Though her condition was quite grim, she was so kind and forgiving. Based on the nasal and eye discharge and odor, we suspected she had ...
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Time Is Running Out!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Only a couple hours left to bid for your chance to name this cute girl ! If you'd like to pick her name, hurry over to our Facebook page to place your bid! The auction closes TODAY at 5pm PT! Not only will you get to pick her name, you'll also help cover the costs of her basic care. How It Works: Bidding begins Wednesday, March 16 at 9am PT and closes Sunday, March 20 at 5pm PT. Once the auction opens, the auction post will be pinned to the top of AAE's Facebook page. Comment the dollar amount you would like to bid. (Bidding starts at $10). Please do NOT include your name in the comments. If you out bid someone, please tag them to let them know in the comment with your bid. Highest bid at closing on March 20, 2022 at 5p wins! This person will be able to select Filly's name. ***The name should follow AAE's naming convention, which is a country artist inspired name, and it cannot be a name already used for a current or former AAE horse. AAE has final approval of the name. We will contact the winner after the auction to finalize the name choice. In case you missed her story when we shared it earlier this week... In June 2021, we took in two reported pregnant mares as part of a nearby animal services case involving multiple animals. Shortly after arrival, our vet came for exams and ultrasounds. One showed a foal, the other did not. Dr. Stolba estimated mom-to-be was three to four months along, which meant baby was due in February or March. Fast-forward to February 22, 2022 (2/22/22), and mama gave birth to a beautiful filly! Baby girl is healthy and so is ...
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What Will You Name Her?

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: This adorable baby girl was born at AAE on 2/22/22. She and mom are both happy and healthy. We've enjoyed watching them bond and seeing baby learn and grow over the past few weeks. (Read more about their story below.) Baby girl doesn't have a name yet because we'd like your help picking one for her! We're auctioning naming rights right now! You'll be able to pick her name AND help cover some of her basic care costs. If you'd like a chance at choosing her name, visit our Facebook page before this Sunday at 5pm to place your bid! How It Works: Bidding begins Wednesday, March 16 at 9am PT and closes Sunday, March 20 at 5pm PT. Once the auction opens, the auction post will be pinned to the top of AAE's Facebook page. Comment the dollar amount you would like to bid. (Bidding starts at $10). Please do NOT include your name choice in the comments. If you out bid someone, please tag them to let them know in the comment with your bid. Highest bid at closing on March 20, 2022 at 5p wins! This person will be able to select Filly's name. ***The name should follow AAE's naming convention, which is a country artist inspired name, and it cannot be a name already used for a current or former AAE horse. AAE has final approval of the name. We will contact the winner after the auction to finalize the name choice. Baby Girl and Mama's Story In June 2021, we took in two reported pregnant mares as part of a nearby animal services case involving multiple animals. Shortly after arrival, our vet came for exams and ultrasounds. One showed a foal, the other did not. Dr. Stolba estimated mom-to-be ...
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Chilly Pepper – NORMAN UPDATE – HE IS DYING – heading to WSU to give him his only chance. $2500 down needed.

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Norman has what Doc thinks is a rare blood disorder where he is allergic to whatever colostrum he received from his Mama before she died. I am loading him up to go to WSU, but I need to raise $2500 to get him in. Most likely he will need a complete blood transfusion. He had a plasma transfusion, but that is completely different. If he does not get this chance he will die for sure. I know it is a lot of money, but he has fought so hard and is such a happy little mess. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE help me try and save him. You an donate directly to WSU at 509-335-0711 to Chilly Pepper for Norman. Thank you for helping him. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN HELPING SAVE THESE PRECIOUS LIVES! Please check out our Adoption page! https://www.facebook.com/groups/543121366934903 If anyone wants to help, Supplies can be sent to Palomino Chilly Pepper 12965 Green Saddle Drive, #233 Golconda, NV 89414 or Palomino, C/O Mama Mel 1630 Pumphouse Rd. Toppenish, WA 98948 checks to PO Box 233, Golconda NV 89414 or Donations can be made at: CashAp-$LauriArmstrong Venmo - @Lauri-Armstrong-2 THANK YOU for everything we have received. https://smile.amazon.com/ch/55-0882407 If you shop at Amazon, please go to this link. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO: You can go to gofundme You can go to Paypal if you would like to help these horses. ->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX #) Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang, PO Box # 233 Golconda, NV 89414 You can also donate via credit card by calling Palomino at 530-339-1458. NO MATTER HOW BIG OR HOW SMALL - WE SAVE THEM ALL! SAVING GD'S CRITTERS - FOUR ...
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