The Dodo Kids How many rescuers does it take to save a horse from a canal? The answer is: a TON! Watch as a whole team of rescuers comes together to swim, pull and slide this horse to safety. And wait ’til the end when the horse tells […]
“In late August of 2005 Terry and I had the privilege of working beside the Louisiana State University’s Equine Rescue Team while rescuing not only horses but all sorts and types of animals after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. It was life changing stuff and thanks to the […]
Excerpt from the book Straight from the Horse’s Heart by R.T. Fitch We shall not Forget “15 years ago, yesterday, Hurricane Katrina roared ashore New Orleans, LA and changed the lives of millions, forever. We were there, in Louisiana, and participated in one of the largest Animal Rescues […]
Willie Nelson to receive Equine Advocates Award for his work to end horse slaughter at Virtual Gala & Telethon
by Equine Advocates Hosted by Bebe Neuwirth CHATHAM, NY – As one of America’s most beloved musicians and performers, Willie Nelson has been bestowed with countless awards and accolades over the years. On September 26th, he will receive another well-deserved honor, but this one is for his […]
The Dodo Ronnie the donkey was so depressed after he lost his baby boy. But the woman who adopted him knew exactly what he was going through and figured out the sweetest way to make him feel at home.
Source: The Dodo “This cool zebra’s favorite thing to do is take care of the baby cows at her sanctuary”
Source: Equine Advocates Kachina Arrives at Equine Advocates! As many of you already know, we were delighted to welcome Kachina, a Wild Mustang Mare, to the sanctuary on May 10, which just happened to be Mother’s Day. What a gift! She was born on the Pryor Mountains of Montana […]
Source: WCJB.com Over 20 horses have been rescued from an illegal slaughtering farm in South Florida by a local rescue operation. According to the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office, a complaint saying a horse was quote “in distress” and couldn’t get up as well as buzzards and horse bones […]
Source: The Dodo – Little but Fierce Chanel the dwarf horse had a hard time walking when she was first born, but thanks to some help from Huckleberry the Lab and the Peeps Foundation, she can run now!
Source: The Dodo This is an example of why barbed wire should never be accepted upon the American landscape!