Izzy's Love Equine Rescue
501c3 Non Profit helping equines of all breeds
Betsy is finally feeling safe and loved here at the rescue
This young jenny and her 2 babies came off of a cattle farm. They have had very little farrier, medical, or dental care in their short lives. They also have not been handled. We are working on getting them healthy, friendly, and ready for pet friendly homes. The mom of the bunch is very sweet and allows us to brush her. She will need surgery to remove a mass that is growing on her belly. Her surgery will cost $300.00. The younger jenny is starting to warm up to us with treats and the jack is the scared one of the group. They will all need vaccines which will cost 150.00 each, dentals 65.00 each, farrier care 30.00 each, and worming 20.00 each. Getting them ready for homes, free because we love what we do
DONKEYS, DONKEYS, AND MORE DONKEYS HAVE ARRIVED AT THE RESCUE
Betsy was also rescued from New Holland. She is a very sweet aged draft mule. Here she is getting her teeth floated by our dentist with Izzy assisting. We pay 65.00 a horse for their dental care.
This handsome fellow prefers to give kisses and be loved over his food. He is a young jack and will need to be gelded before he can head off to a new home. He also is in need of dental care, farrier care, medical care, and worming. His castration surgery will cost us approx. $300.00 His vaccines will be $150.00, farrier care $30.00, and worming $20.00 I try to not pick favorites but this guy is such a lover!!!!!
Izzy and our 3 yr old rescue pony Annie will be doing the Rescued to Stardom competition at the Horse World Expo held in Harrisburg Pa. Izzy will be working with our trainer Erin O'Neil getting Annie ready to be started undersaddle and then eventually riding. Follow along on our facebook page to see updates and watch how these team comes together.
This cute couple came to us in need of farrier care, medical care, and worming. Thankfully they were friendly donkeys and were easy to handle.
The jenny needed surgery to remove a mass that had been growing. Both donkeys required vaccines, worming, and farrier care.
These 2 lucky donkeys landed in a great home and have been named Mork and Mindy
We currently have several special needs cases in our care. Your donations help our equines receive the medical care they need.