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Our Equines

PPER animals came from varied backgrounds, some were abused and/or neglected, and many were thrown away by

their previous owners. Most are all healthy and gorgeous now!

For information about ADOPTION, go to our adoption Page or Contact Alex at [email protected]!

To schedule a visit to meet your favorite equine email us at

[email protected] or text 919-320-7272

Sponsor your favorite Equine!

Jessie (Resident Sponsored by Rhonda)

Jessie, Sorrel, BLM Mustang, Mare, 15.2 hands, 1037lbs (2/28/15)

11/17/2003 in New Mexico (by her BLM brand US 03 642573 Titled)

Jessie was our first rescue horse. She came to us on May 1st 2012.

Seriously Malnourished, emaciated, and abused Jessie was sick and

scared to death of everything and everyone. She was so sick she

fell from the trailer, when they tried to unload her. This album

shows her recovery, training, and status. Jessie needs a Dedicated

Volunteer for her training! Rhonda Townsend is Jessie's Board

Sponsor! Maybe you could help us save another horse like Jessie.

Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate, Share! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=390738194378875

Casper (Resident)

Casper, Palomino/Paint, Halflinger, Gelding, 803lbs (3/28/19), 14 2 hands Foaled 2002 (by Coggins and bill of sale) Permanent Resident Casper had been rescued from the meet auction by a lady who raiser Palominos. The poor guy had had a back yard butcher try to geld him, was malnourished, and badly infected. She told me it took months of penicillin shots and vet care to get him healthy. Her kids used to ride Casper, but she didn't really do Haflingers and so she sold him. Unfortunately, when she went back to check on him, she found out the person was a horse trader and had sold him almost immediately. We don't know what happened to Casper after that, but he was passed around at least a couple different homes. Finally a older couple purchased him. The couple that had Casper decided he wasn't the right horse for them, and advertised him for sale. Keith purchased Casper and he came home with us on 8/23/12, before we became an official rescue. Casper was adopted but his new owners ran into financial difficulty and had to give him back. We are happy to have him home! Casper is a sweet loving, rideable, and just all around great horse. He is going to help us raise the money to feed the rescue by staring in pony rides and other events. Casper needs a Sponsor for his care and a Dedicated Volunteer to ride and love him! Can you help us save more horses? Help Us Help Them! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=393244017461626

Chester (Resident guard)

Chester White, Standard, Donkey, Gelding, 409lbs (6/3/17), 12.1 hands Foaled 7/4/2011 in North Carolina (by Bill of Sale) Permanent Ressident Keith was selling some truck tires, when guy called offering a White Standard Donkey in trade. Of course Chester (along with Dash) came home to us on 10/11/12. Chester is my first long ear and He will not be available for adoption! Chester has a job ad one of our herd protectors, but he would love something more. I love this little mischievous boy! Chester would love to find someone to play with him and give him a job to do. Chester is looking for a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER to help with his training and play with him and a SPONSOR to help with his care costs. Can You Help Us Help Them?! Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate! PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=395106080608753

Fritz (Ambassador & Resident)

Fritz, Brown, 35 inch, Miniature Mediterranean Donkey, Gelding, 241 lbs (1/25/19) Foaled 9/3/2003 in North Carolina (by registration), Registration # 40000 Permanent Resident The man said "If you come and get them you can have them". He just wanted them out of his yard. So Fritz and Hans came to live with us (along with Casey) on 10/26/12. Fritz is our little boss man. He is loving and loves his attention. Fritz has been ridden by 2yr old children. He just loves being loved and asks for attention all the time. He is a great little guard Donkey and should be working as a show Donkey. Fritz is one of our Permanent Residents at Pasture Pals ER and our guard donkey in one of the pastures at West Olive. Fritz would love a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER to put him to work and a SPONSOR to help with his feed and care expenses. SPONSOR FRITZ at pasturepalser.com Maybe you can help us save more Donkeys like Fritz. Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=395497180569643

Spirit (Resident due to injury)

Spirit, TriPaint, Quarter horse, Mare, Foaled 3/13/12 16 hands, 1066lbs (4/8/18) Spirit is returning to PPER! Permanent Resident Not for adoption. When we went to get Lady, we found out she had a filly by her side. We could not get them the same day, Spirit came home with us a couple days after her momma. Spirit is high spirited as her name suggests. She is also a beautiful mover with great confirmation. Spirit just came home from over a month of Saddle training at Shady Brook Stables. Spirit is now very rideable, but need miles under saddle. She worked her first Pony Rides fundraiser and did great. Spirit is looking for a DEDICATED Volunteer to help with her training. Spirit is recovering for an injury. The vets say she will recover, but it is going to take a lot of care. Spirit needs a sponsor for her care and a dedicated volunteer! Help Us Help Them! Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate, Share! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=394607257325302

Sasha

Sasha Foaled 2006, White over Sorrel, Arabian/Paint, Mare, 13.3 hands, 674lb (5/25/19) Looking for her FOREVER HOME! UTD on shots. Sasha and her brother Comet came to live with us at Pasture Pals ER. Their owner called, saying he could no longer care for them and to see if we could take them in. He had bought them when they were only yearlings and they had lived in the same place for 8 years. Because they had never been fed properly for long periods of their life, they are both growth stunted from malnutrition. Sasha came to us underweight, untrained training, not saddle broke, and head shy. Sasha is a sweet girl now, comes up wanting attention and good when I picked up her feet. She is a small frame horse and just starting real saddle training. She is a beautiful mover and will be a great kids or light riders horse one day. For now she has had lots of ground training, worn a saddle several times, and just had a rider on her back a couple times. She has gaining muscle and done very well with her ground work, she is doing great with her saddle training, bit does not have a dedicated volunteer to help with her training! No Buck, no bite, no kick! Stands for the vet and farrier and has even been used in ground work lessons for beginners. Sasha is looking for her forever home! Can you Help Us Help Them? Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=650087501777275

Sassy

Sassy, Foaled 5/2007, Chestnut, Molly Mule, 14.2 hands, 789 lbs (6/3/17) Looking for the right Forever Home! Keith had agreed to take in the Molly Mule and a hinny jack, but they had never finalised the arrangements. Then out of the blue, we got the call for us to pick them up! They had saved the molly mule and hinny from a very bad situation, but did not really know how to care for them. Sassy came home with us 5-2-15. She was sweet, but had never had any vet or farrier care, and no training at all. She was pretty easy going and let me pet her and put her halter on. She got her check up and shots. We named her Sassy, because she did not have a name and well, she is a sassy mule! Sassy now loves attention and comes up to most everyone expecting to be told how pretty she is. She leads well, but is a little hard to catch sometimes. Sassy will need a patient owner who is willing to train her before she will be a riding or pulling mule. Sassy is available for adoption to the right home. She needs a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER to help with her training and a SPONSOR to help with her care! Sponsor Sassy at www.pasturepalser.com Can YOU help save more Mules like Sassy? SPONSOR! ADOPT! DONATE! VOLUNTEER! [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=757741481011876

Peggy (Resident)

Foaled 2/2000, Flea-bitten Gray, Percheron, Mare 18 hands, 1766 bs (10/22/17) Permanent Resident Peggy's Owner's health was failing and she spent over a year researching to try to figure out how she could insure she would be well cared for for the rest of her life. That is when she contacted Pasture Pals Equine Rescue and asked if we could take her. We made the 5 hour trip to pick up Peggy on 10/19/15. Peggy is a sweet girl.Trained to ride, pull, and ground drive Peggie will be an asset to our program for years to come. Peggy keeps her eye on Dane all the time. She loves to nuzzle and be groomed. She is not pushy and stands, watches, and waits her turn to be loved on. Peggy needs a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER and A SPONSOR for her care! To learn more go to www.PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=842857789166911

Dane (Adopted and Boarded)

foaled 8/2008, Percheron, Gelding 18.2 hands, 1982 bs (4/3/18) Permanent Resident Dane's Owner's health was failing and she spent over a year researching to try to figure out how she could insure he would be well cared for for the rest of his life. That is when she called Pasture Pals ER and asked us if we would take him. We made the 5 hour trip to pick him up on 10/18/15 and fell in love at first sight! What a sweet gentle giant he is! Trained to ride, pull, and ground drive Dane will be an asset to our program for years to come! Dane has one real issue, he has a fit anytime his mamma Peggy gets out of his sight. Dane loves his People Time and will take the rake or shovel out of your hand to get your attention! Everyone loves him and a hug from Dane just make the day go better! .

Dane is adopted and boarded at PPER. 

Help Us Help Them! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=842856512500372

Izzy

Izzy Foaled 2006, 15.1 hand, Bay, Quarter Horse, Mare 978lbs (4/8/18) Looking for her forever home! Izzy was at the feedlot and getting ready to be shipped to slaughter. One woman fell in love with this girl and just could not let her be sent to her death! The woman paid the Feed Lot bill herself! She even got the transport to bring Izzy to us! We will help this health, rideable, beautiful, sweet girl get strong! Izzy came to us very frightened and head shy. She is beautiful and healthy, but we had to get her over her fears. She is getting better every day and now lets me rub her most days. She is rideable, the only issue we have seen is her not wanting to be approached to her head and fear that someone will have hard hands on the bit. We can walk up and touch her shoulder and catch her that way. She is Beautiful and healthy, and a bit fat now! She needs to get job! She is a bit nervous at first but after she realizes we are not going to hurt her she settles down and goes to work! She is such a sweet girl, just must get her fear of what her former owner did to her so that she can trust we will not do those things! Izzy has been going great and is now the star of pony rides! The kids love her, and she has been wonderful! Izzy needs a HOME or a SPONSOR and DEDICATED VOLUNTEER to work with her training! Can You Help Us Help Them? Give to save lives by clicking the donate button! OR go to our website for more information ADOPT! SPONSOR! DONATE! VOLUNTEER! SHARE! www.PasturePalsER.com

Stix

Stix, Foaled 2016, 50 inches (12.2 hands) still growing! Bay, Pony Mule, John Mule. Gelding Looking for his forever home! Came to PPER 4/6/17 Stix came to us scared but curious. Sweet little face. Sick and with an abscess on his jaw and a split hoof. He was not well at all, skinny and covered in burrs. This poor boy appears to be gaited. We have no clue about his past, but he is untrained, and we got him gelded. Lots of work to do to save this little man after weeks of aggravation to get him here! Stix is now coming up to greet us every day, expecting scratches and a friendly hand. I really like this boy and he is ready to start learning about halters and lead line training. Lots of desensitizing to so many things in his immediate future! Stix needs a HOME, or Sponsor and a Dedicated Volunteer for his training. Can you help us help More Mules like Stix? Help Us Help Them Now Click the donate button and donate to save a life! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1255625884556764

Bright Eyes

Foaled 6/8/2015, White, Small Standard, Donkey, Jenny 11.1 hands, 364lbs (7/8/17) Keith Daniels Bought Bright Eyes from the farm. She is a Boarded Resident and not available for adoption. Bright eyes came to PPER to be boarded after she was paid for By Keith Daniels. This donkey came from a local farm. The farm owner bought some donkeys as guard animals for his cows. He did not know that they require the same hoof care and vetting that a horse needs. He ended up with more donkeys then cows, and so we did what we could to find homes for some of them. Bright eyes had some challenges. She had several infected bites, was badly in need of a hoof trim, and had some really bad sunburn. She was curious and studied us a lot, but still could not bring herself to let us rub, It took a while and I was able to just stroke he nose a little right at first, and she did come up for treats and feed. I was not long before she realized that we are the best back scratchers in the world. We took it slow and easy. After a few weeks, her bites and sunburn were healing nicely and she was eating well. Bright eyes is now letting us scratch her and takes treats! She has starting to like her people time too! Bright eyes still needs a dedicated volunteer for her training and just to love her! Help Us Help Them! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1290332344419451https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1290332344419451

Blaze (Ambassador and Resident)

Born at PPER at 12 noon 5/6/17 White over Sorrel, Blue eyed, Mini Paint, Filly 29 inches (still growing), 118lbs (3/28/19) NOT FOR ADOPTION Sophia is her Mommy and Snow her Father. We had Sophia on Baby watch for a long time, not knowing how far along she was or when she was due to foal. Most Foals come at 2 or 3am, but Not Princess Blaze! She came right at noon! Princess Blaze is a little spit fire, following Keith the first time he rubbed her and running and bucking within 24 hours of her birth. She is a doing just fine, and love attention, but is not at all fond of standing still for anything! Sophia is a good mommy and Princess Blaze is doing great! Blaze is going to be staying on at PPER for a while as a Petting Zoo favorite and an ambassador for Pasture Pals ER! Can You Help Us help Them?! Donate to their care! [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1293529470766405https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1293529470766405https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1293529470766405

Little Joe (Boarded Resident)

Little Joe, Foaled 8/4/2012, Gray Spotted, Mini Donkey, Gelding 36.5 inches, 256lbs (1/25/19) Keith bought Little Joe to keep him from going to auction and is keeping him as a petting zoo pet for now. This little guy was purchased when he was weanling and grew up with horses. He grew into quite the air horn and his owner just couldn't live with her little guardian alarm system anymore. She wanted him gone. Keith saw a that Little Joe was going to go to auction and needed a home fast, so went to get him. Little Joe came home with Keith to PPER on 12/2/17. He has some pretty bad halter scars form his halter being left on and too tight for some time, and he has never had a hoof trim. We will get that done and make sure he is in good health. Little Joe was scared of the pigs and not sure about the goat, but he is getting used to us now. He likes attention and just found out what ear rubs are all about.

Little Joe would love a dedicated volunteer to work with his training.

[email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1479061592213191

Bolt

Bolt Foaled 2010, 14.2 hands, 800lbs?, Gray, Arabian/Quarter, Gelding Looking for his forever home. We got an Emergency call on 3/7/18. Came to PPER 3-20-18 This guy's owner died and so he was abandoned along with his buddy Wally in someone else's pasture. He likes people and comes up for scratches and attention but is not trained. He walks well om the lead line and is respectful. When the pasture's owners finally managed to locate the man's family, the family refused to claim Bolt or Wally. The people whose pasture they were left in could not keep them! Thank God they have been feeding them, even though they were not theirs to care for! It is hard to believe, but people do just abandon animals in other people’s pastures! The pasture owners contacted PPER. Bolt and Wally came to PPER 3/20/18. Bolt got his vet check, shots, and Coggin's. He had not seen a vet or farrier in years! He needs lots of love and training! He a bit timid, nice mover, and good under halter. He loaded on the trailer with no real issue, and he likes attention. This guy has lots of potential and just need to know that humans can be good for him! Bolt is a very sweet boy, already coming up for runs and attention. We are hoping that the hair will grow back over the halter scares. But the groove from the halter being on him his entire life, will most likely always be there. Bolt Needs A Forever home! PLEASE make arrangements to have your animals cared for in case the unthinkable happens and you are no longer alive to take care of them! Please consider helping to get this little guy safe and healthy! Donate in Bolt's name! Adopt Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! Help Us Help Them! PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1577104732408876

Gold

Gold, AQHA Registered Name Mister Creeptastic, Registration # 5458536, Foaled 5/15/08, Perlino, Quarter Horse, Gelding 15 hands, 898lbs (9-9-18) Gold is looking for a companion home This gorgeous guy thought he had a chance! He thought he was saved! He was sent to quarantine so that he could go to his new home and it was there that the something terrible happened! He almost ended up being put down! Fortunately for him, his new owner was told about PPER just in the nick of time and now with your help he can get that chance for a better life! Gold has a very serious injury that happened in the quarantine lot, while he was waiting to go to his new owner. His tail was broken and ripped off! His new owner was overwhelmed and going to put him down! She contacted PPER and if we were not able to help him, his life would have ended! We could not let that happen to this sweet, gorgeous, in your pocket boy. Two different vets have seen him so far here. The tail is now granulated and we may not have to do the operation. Unfortunately radiographs of his hoof and leg showed that there was a impact/crush injury that was not treated. It had been infected and the infection caused holes in the bones and arthritis. Because it is now too late to treat this injury, he has a slight mechanical lameness. While Gold could still do pony rides, he will never be truly rideable. Gold still requires daily bandage changes and medications until his tail is fully healed. If we can keep him from getting an infection in the tail, he may never need the operation. We are hoping the fundraisers that we have done will cover his vet bills so far. Gold is looking for a companion home Help Us Help Gold! Donate to his vet care! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1715477688571579

Atlas (Boarded Resident)

Atlas, foaled 2012, 15 hand, 755lbs (2/4/19), White and Black, Gypsy/Walker, Gelding Atlas was at the auction in December and a kill buyer was ready to get him. A nice lady stepped in and got him away from them. Atlas was sick, emaciated, and in terrible condition. This lady cleaned him up, fed him, got him over his raspatory illness and started getting him healthy. She knew he needed more space and training, so she gave him to Keith. Atlas in now safe at PPER and did great with his refeeding diet. He is healthy and his beautiful hair is growing in healthy too. He is a sweet boy and loves attention. We will do everything we can to get him happy and healthy! Atlas gained weight quickly and was at a good weight for us to take him to NCSU for gelding on 4/1/19. He recovered quickly and did great! He is now out in the pasture at West Olive with the other horses. He thinks he is the boss man, but we can tell he is not a true alfa, just waiting for a few more hormones and bad stallion habits to go away. Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! Help Us Help Them! PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2003815619737783

General (Resident)

General, Foaled 2016, Palomino, Hinny, Gelding A man had bought this handsome boy for his son thinking he was a mule. It was not very long before the man found he did not have the time or knowledge to train him. They did not do any training with him at all and did not even give him a name. He was out in the pasture with a mini jack donkey and a herd of cows. The man decided he did not want him and was looking for a home ASAP. Keith saw his photos and immediately made arrangements to pick him up, As soon as Keith got him to the yard he started calling him General, because he is always standing at attention, guarding and looking very stern and serious. General is not a mule, but a gorgeous hinny. He already likes scratches and attention. We had General gelded at NCSU on 4/1/19. Hopefully is hormones will calm down soon and it will be easier to work with him. General needs a Sponsor and a Dedicated Volunteer for his training. Can you help us help General? Help Us Help Them Now Click the donate button and donate to save a life! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! www.PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

Ruby

Ruby, Foaled 11/11/2008. Tricolor, Spotted Saddle Horse, Mare 15.1 hands, 855lbs (3/25/19) She is looking for a companion or light riding home. We know Ruby was sold at Auction in Knoxville Tennessee, another auction, and then she ended up at a feed lot. The feed lot held fundraisers and people came together to pay for her "bail". She was given a home offer and sent to quarantine. Ruby's new owner could not keep her and she was brought to PPER. She was ridden at the feedlot and is gaited. She is very frightened and jumpy right now, but appears pretty healthy. Her hooves look good other then a nasty old scar on her front right. She does have some arthritis and old damage on her front, that cause her to be restricted for riding. She is a beautiful girl and hopefully once we get her on our high protein low carb feed she will calm down a bit. Ruby has calmed down a lot. Alex can now rub her pretty much any time. She is still head shy, requires a lot of patience and a calm hand. Ruby is looking for a forever home as a companion of light riding horse or a Sponsor for her care and a Dedicated volunteer for her training. Can you Help Us Help Ruby? Donate to her care by hitting the Donate button now! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! Help Us Help Them! PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2035433166576028

Willow

Willow, Bay Arabian cross, filly, foaled 11:55pm 3/5/19 at PPER Becca came to us in foal, but we did not know it! After a few months of rehab we had started testing her to ride and she even did one of the pony ride events, When we realized that she had a baby in there! Becca has been in the special needs area for a couple months now awaiting her baby. We did not know when she was bred and did not know when the baby would be coming. Lots of late nights checking on her. Then the donkey jenny Bright Eyes raised up so much noise on 3/5/19 Alex went out to double check and the baby was coming. A late foaling, the baby was big and the sack was to thick for her to break trough. Alex had to rip the sack for her to take her first breath but everything else went just fine and now the baby girl is already running around the yard exploring! Tall and Beautiful this filly is already showing a lot of spunk and personality! She will need a sponsor for her care and a dedicated volunteer for her training and care! Donations for her care can be made right here on the Donate Button! Won't you Help Us Help Them?! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2049575855161759

Kai

Kai, foaled 2005 (per Coggins), Bay, Mustang, Mare 15 hands, 1021lbs (6/8/19) We met Kai's owner, when she was looking for a companion for Kai and came to PPER to see the available companion animals. Unfortunately shortly there after her owner was diagnosed with a neurological disease that began robbing her of her ability to care for Kai. In February, because of her worsening health, Kai's owner decided to board Kai with us. Unfortunately with her owner's health continuing to deteriorate, she decided the best thing for Kai would be for her to enter our program and eventually look for a forever home. Kai came to PPER on 6/6/19 Kai is a sweet girl, loaded up like a champ, rode in the trailer with no worries and is already making friends in the yard at PPER. She has all her shots, cogging's and vet check. She does need some serious farrier care for those hooves! We will be taking our time with Kai and evaluating what she knows and can do. She is a beautiful, healthy, mare and this owner did the right thing to get help while her horse was still in such good shape! Kai would love a Dedicated Volunteer for her training! Won't you Help Us Help Them? Donate to the animals care! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2193836250735718

Bella

Bella, foaled 2005?, Dark Bay, 12 hand, Hackney pony cross, Mare, 398lbs (9/10/19) Bella will not be available for adoption until we can get her healthy, comfortable and then evaluated. Bella's herd mate had to be laid to rest and she needed a home asap! Fortunately for this pretty girl someone offered to sponsor her to come to PPER. We could not helps her herd mate, but we are going to do everything we know how to get this little girl happy and healthy! She got on the trailer like a pro! She is very sweet, stands for grooming and to be fly sprayed, even took her de-wormer like a champ! She has already made friends with the everyone in the yard at PPER. Bella has so serious healing to do. Her feet and very soft and painful and the farrier will be evaluation them to see what we can do. She also needs to gain some muscle weight. However with her feet being so painful right now, we do not want her to get too heavy for them, so we have to be careful. We are transitioning her over to our high protein high fat diet and already have her on hoof supplements. Hopefully we will be able to buy some Hiero supplements to help even more with those hooves. Belle is being Sponsored by Peter! She still needs a dedicated volunteer for her care and training! Can you help us help them? Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com [email protected]

Here is the link to her album with all of her photos.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PasturePalsEquineRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2362777107174964

Deuce

Deuce, 15 year old?, Spotted Mule, Gelding, 14 hands His owner got him from a kill lot, thinking they wanted a mule. She even got a mini mule as a companion for him. She quickly found that Mules are quite different then horses and that she did not know how to work with Mules. We are very glad that we were able to accept them into our program so that they did not end up back at yet another auction house as kill buyer bait! We are pretty sure he has been ridden and driven. He came from New Jersey auction and went through New Holland kill lot by his coggins. Deuce is a handsome boy and pretty friendly considering what he has been through. He comes up to me to say hello but is not quite sure what loving attention is all about yet. The farrier came out 10/28/19 to remove the shoes that have been on him since May 20th, when he went through the first auction with shoes on all four. He has not had hoof care since. He is a leaner, practically sat on the farrier, we got all but one hoof trimmed. This guy appears to have always had hoof trims and shoes done in stalks and doesn't seam to understand how to balance and stand up on his own feet while the farrier works. Chances are it is because he is used to being able to lean and put his weight on the stalks. It is a major disservice not to teach an equine to hold their balance and own weight while their hooves are being worked on! You do not always have the luxury of stalks, especially when working with smaller equines. This maybe why he ended up at the kill lot. We will see. Deuce will need some retraining before he will be available for adoption! He needs a Sponsor for his care and a Dedicated volunteer to work with his training! Want to Help Us Help Deuce? Donate to his care by clicking the donate button right here on Face book or got the the donate and sponsor page on our website PasturePalsER.com or PayPal to [email protected] Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER.com

Here is the link to his Facebook album showing all of his photos:

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Abe

Abe, Foaled 2008, 14.1 han, Palomino, Haflinger, Gelding 743lbs (2/23/19) Abe will not be available for adoption unless/until after his owner comes forward to sign surrender documents or until after the legal waiting period has expired and he is voted read for adoption by the members of the rescues board of directors. A lady called us in tears! She and her husband were at their wits end! Someone had talked her husband into letting them keep their horses and minis on their property over a year ago. They said they would pay all the expenses, buy feed & hay and care for the animals. It just did not happen that way and after not seeing the owner for a year, this woman and her husband did not have the means to continue caring for and feeding these animals that did not belong to them. Animal control had paid them a visit and they could not take responsibility for these animals any longer! Animal Control is aware of the situation, this is not the first time they were notified about this same owner and her lack of ability to care for her animals. They tried to contact the owner and she just would not answer their calls or texts. What else could they do? They did not want to animals to suffer, so they called PPER! They are all wormy and in desperate need of hoof care. They do have their shots, but we will need a vet evaluation to check their age and health. You can Help Us Help Them! Donate to Abe's care by clicking the donate button or PayPal to [email protected] or go to our website Donate and Sponsor page! Help Us Help Them! Save a life! Pasture Pals ER.com

Bill

Bill, foaled 2005, Palomino, Haflinger, Gelding 13.3 hands, 676 lbs (malnourished 2/23/19) Bill will not be available for adoption until his owner comes forward to sign the surrender documents and/or until the holding period expires and the board of directors votes that he is ready and will be put up for adoption. A lady called us in tears! She and her husband were at their wits end! Someone had talked her husband into letting them keep their horses and minis on their property over a year ago. They said they would pay all the expenses, buy feed & hay and care for the animals. It just did not happen that way and after not seeing the owner for a year, this woman and her husband did not have the means to continue caring for and feeding these animals that did not belong to them. Animal control had paid them a visit and they could not take responsibility for these animals any longer! Animal Control is aware of the situation, this is not the first time they were notified about this same owner and her lack of ability to care for her animals. They tried to contact the owner and she just would not answer their calls or texts. What else could they do? They did not want to animals to suffer, so they called PPER! They were all wormy and in desperate need of hoof care. They got their shots, a vet evaluation to check their age and health. Bill has already started gaining weight and has had his first hoof trim in a very long time! You can Help Us Help Them! Donate to Bill's care by clicking the donate button or PayPal to PasturePal[email protected] or go to our website Donate and Sponsor page! Help Us Help Them! Save a life! Pasture Pals ER.com

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