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Pennsylvania: Whispering Acres Horse Rescue and Sanctuary
Posted on Saturday, September 17 @ 21:37:28 CDT by donna

Horse Adoption and Rescue 68 Thomas St
Mifflinburg, PA,  17844
(570) 966-9374 or (570) 713-7372

http://www.geocities.com/whisperingacres/

  Our mission here at Whispering Acres is to give horses a second chance in life and educate people about abuse, neglect, and proper horse care.  Many of the horses that have come here were rescued at auction, where they may have gone to slaughter, or from private owners who abused or neglected them, but after being rehabilitated have gone on to become wonderful trail horses, lesson horses, or companion animals.  Several of our residents are used bylocal 4-H and area children to learn about horsemanship and horse care.  A few of our residents will remain here at the sanctuary for life due to thier age or health. 

Our residents come to us under many different circumstances.  Many of them are rescued from local horse auctions, abused homes, or are unwanted and in need of a loving home.  Most of them are underweight, in poor condition, or have health problems, such as Sparky pictured here. 

   When a horse comes to us, a vet is called to do a vet check on the animal.  It is placed in quarrentine until it has a clean bill of health.  We have 3 vets that make themselves available to us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies, who we can not thank enough for all they do. A rehabilitation plan is put into effect to bring the animal back to a healthy weight, good coat condition, and up to date on shots.  Our Farrier, Jeff Fawver, who is also an Equine Dentist checks the horses teeth and feet, and performs whatever work needs to be done.


 
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