Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation

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Rescuing Horses: Good Intentions Gone Wrong

Most people who acquire or rescue horses start out with good intentions. Sometimes, however, a good thing goes bad. Learn more about the psychology behind rescuing or hoarding animals and how people get in over their heads.

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What Should I Do if I Suspect Horse neglect

What Should I Do if I Suspect Horse Neglect?

Most equine cruelty investigations begin with a tip to law enforcement, and whether those cases are successfully prosecuted can depend largely on how tipsters share their information. Here’s what to remember.

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