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Below you will also see a few of our success stories...
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794 County Road 2404
Loudonville, OH 44842
Today Sunday Sept 8 2013 we went to pick up 4 owner surrenders.
1. A Grey dapple Arabian Gelding. He is very underweight, has a sore right foot and covered in burrs.
2. A Sorrel 2 year old stud colt Arabian. He is very underweight, over grown hooves, start of rain rot and burrs in mane and tail.
3. A Black Paint mare. She is over weight, start of rain rot, over grown hooves and burs packed in mane and tail.
4. A Cinnamon colored Mare. She is for the most part healthy her only real issue was her tail and mane that where both solid burs.
First things first
All burrs removed, Hooves filed, coats brushed, cuts and scrapes cleaned, Grey Gelding hoof packed and wrapped and all fed and water.
Meet Hans he was brought in August 12,2015. He is severely underweight with over grown hooves from not being trimmed and standing in a stall full of manure for a very long time.. He is in for a long battle to be back to healthy. Unfortunately we can say his barn mate will have the same chance, he was humanely euthanized a few days after we picked up Hans. We started with his hooves as soon as we returned to the ranch. Jeffrey took close to 10 inches off. Even after being trimmed it will be a long time before his hooves look close to normal. He is now able to work a little easier and loves to be out on the pasture. If you would like to donate to Hans please click the Paypal button above any and all donations are GREATLY appreciated!! ADOPTED!! so excited for Hans and his new loving home!!
we got him last week he was in barbed wire fence the pictures are before vet care and after a week later he has a long road to recovery but he is getting all the TLC a horse could get .. in the pictures you are seeing bone and where muscle is damaged he has not taken a lame step yet and has been the perfect patient letting us fix him up with no grief what so ever I would like to thank Byland Animal Hospital and Dr.Cawrse for coming out and taking great care of our newest addition we had a good check up again a week later!
Update July 22nd: Eclipse looking good and progessing nicely its a long road to recovery but this guy has the heart and strength to survive! ! Plus alot of Love
Eclipse has months of recovery ahead of him but we are all hopeful for a full recovery.
If you would like to make a donation for Eclipse please click the link above.
Thank you in advance
He is a registered Percheron who was headed for slaughter so we brought him home from Sugarcreek.
He is 18 hands and about 2000 thousand pounds of pure sweetness!!
He is healing from a hurt back and will join his friends as a trail horse when he feels better!
Update: June 6, 2016
Big Ed is doing great and does not lay around all time. He has been started on trails and seems to really enjoy being out.
Update: July 20, 2016
Big Ed has joined the Trail Riding horse group and is doing amazing..
He still has a little trouble understanding the leaving the barn but improving everyday!!