The following is from All About Equine Rescue:
Meet Miss Lillie Mae! She is an adorable 8-10 year old jenny who came to AAE after auction and through Auction Horses Rescue. She completed quarantine (standard protocol for new intakes), and now, she is now being doted on daily. We don’t know much about her past, but her hoof care has been neglected for a long time, and she’s had intermittent lameness. So, we had Dr. Stolba out for radiographs early to evaluate. She’s very clubby and appears to have contracted tendons. Thanksfully, it’s not a laminitis/founder issue. She is a bit resistant to hoof handling and farrier care, and because of the tendon issues, we’re taking it slow (baby steps). Fortunately, she had her first trim (and deworming), and she’s looking so much better already. Lillie Mae is scheduled for her dental, vaccines, and microchip next week.
Lillie Mae is very sweet, and we are eager to get to know her better. She has the cutest ears, the cutest face, and the cutest bray! Admit it, she’s simply cute, cute, cute!
Lillie Mae enjoyed some peanut butter for National Peanut Butter Day today! She was one of the few from the entire herd who actually liked it!
Lillie Mae is not ready for adoption just yet, but in the meantime, she needs a sponsor (or a team of sponsors) to help support her care costs. Learn more and sign up here.
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Can you help keep the horses out of the mud
by giving them the gift of a stall mat?
We’re in the middle of rainy season, and with the rain comes mud, especially with horses. We have 16 newer stalls/paddocks, and 12 need a bit more help with the mud. More stall mats will help keep the horses from standing in the mud all day/night, and they’ll help make more safe and healthy conditions.
With your help, we can purchase more stall mats to help get through the muddy winter, better.
Can you help cover the cost of one stall mat ($58.99), a set of six to complete one stall/paddock ($353.94), or any amount to help use mitigate the mud and use the stalls/paddocks for the better?
If we can purchase enough (25+), we can receive a small discount to reduce costs a little bit, too.
You’re support will help keep the horses on more solid ground!
Thank you in advance!!