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Canada: Bear Valley Rescue
Posted on Sunday, September 18 @ 08:35:57 CDT by donna

Horse Adoption and Rescue Site 6, Box 19, RR #2
Sundre, Alberta, Canada T0M 1X0

We are new to the rescue scene, but hopefully make up for our inexperience with our enthusiam! We've been doing this for over 2 years now, and have found homes for quite a few wonderful horses - Shasta, Rascal, Koko, Banjo, Chico(Phantom), Prince, Spunky(Pollyanna), Bangs(Spirit), Jimmy, Flair, Mystic, Skylar, Jock, Buttons, Black(Bear), Storm, Chance, Vanilla(Sly), Salem, Brassy(Maggie), Cajun, Bennett, Wishbone, Billy, Jess, Blue, Maybelline, Massey, Scratches, Nemo(Shorty), Carnival, Mouse, Bronwyn, Angel, Teddy(Bucky), Thistle, Alfie, Echo, Arizona, Stoney, Mocha, Moonshine, Aspen, Coffee(Crash), Sid, Bullet, Kate, Cinnamon, Sundance, Smoken Joe, Lizzy(Puffin), and Ozzy(Scout). Also we have fostered Jenny, Winter, Pumpkin, Freelance(Roz), Sky, and Ace. Thanks to all the wonderful people that have been able to give them homes. I know our lives are richer for having had a chance to know these horses and to meet all of you as well.
We are located in west-central Alberta, on 40 (crowded) acres. Currently we have over 50 horses, plus chickens, cows, llamas, pigs, goats, and 2 donkeys, and the dogs and cats of course. We also seem to have acquired a population of feral rabbits! Most of our animals are available for adoption. We are selling them basically at what they cost us, not including feed and vet costs. If we can find homes for these animals, we can go out and save more of them. It really is sad the number of good horses that end up being slaughtered because no one wants them.
All our animals are wormed and vaccinated regularly. They are friendly, even if they haven't been worked with much. (It's surprising how long it takes to brush 50-odd horses - way longer than brushing 35 of them!) We hope you enjoy our site, and we would love to hear from you. 

We are a registered charity, so can issue tax receipts for donations.

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