Pasture Pals Equine Rescue, Inc. - Looking for Homes and Sponsors
Pasture Pals Equine Rescue, Inc. - Rescue, Rehabilitate, Rehome, Educate
          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!
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Casper (resident)
Casper (resident)
Casper, Palomino/Paint, Halflinger, Gelding, 803lbs (12/26/17), 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 Appaloosas. 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 PasturePalsER@aol.com
Chester (resident)
Chester White, Small 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 PasturePalsER@aol.com
Chester (resident)
Fritz (resident)
Fritz (resident)
Fritz, Brown, 34 inch, Miniature Mediterranean Donkey, Gelding, 194 lbs (6/3/17) 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 pet 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 PasturePalsER@aol.com
Sweets
Sweets, 26yr old, Sorrel, 16 hands, 1084 lbs (6/3/17), Mare. Sweets needs a home where she will not have to worry about her herd mates leaving! Looking for her FOREVER HOME! Sweets came to us on 11/14/13 from JCAS. Sweets was removed from a bad situation, where she was intentionally starved and abused. Sweets was severely malnourished, had terribly infected saddle sores, and sores in her mouth from her bad teeth. She was scared to death but even then she was so sweet, that we started calling her Sweets and it stuck as her new name. It took us several months to get her back to physical health. We are still working with Sweets' fear of being mounted under saddle, but she has the sweetest nature and is a really good girl. We have ridden her bareback and she did fine. She needs a special someone with the time and patience to overcome her fear and teach her that the saddle doesn't have to hurt or to adopt her as a companion! Can YOU help save more Horses like Sweets? Sweets NEEDS A FOREVER HOME, or a SPONSOR and a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER to help with his training! Can you Help Us Help Them? SPONSOR! ADOPT! DONATE! VOLUNTEER! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Sweets
Sasha
Sasha
Sasha Foaled 2006, White over Sorrel, Arabian/Paint, Mare, 13 3 hands, 707lbs (12/3/17) Looking for her FOREVER HOME! UTD on shots. Sasha is a sweet girl, comes up wanting attention and good when I picked up her feet. She is a small frame horse and not broken to ride. She will be a great kids or light riders horse one day, but for now she has had lots of ground training and worn a saddle a few times. She has gaining muscle and done very well with her ground work, she is ready for saddle training. Sasha is looking for her forever home! Can you Help Us Help Them? Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Storm
Storm, White Flea bitten, Mustang, Gelding, foaled 2001 in Utah by BLM brand Registration US Government 01 762541 UTD on Shots Looking for his FOREVER HOME! Storm's owner's daughter-in-law called us, she was retiring and could not afford to keep him. She sent us pictures of where he was living and we asked if any other rescue would take him. After two days of waiting with no response, Keith could not stand it anymore and asked me to go get him. We named him Storm on the way home because he can be quiet but is full of Thunder and Lightning. He came home to the back yard at Pasture Pals ER 11-23-14. Storm was so terrified of everything even the dirt. You see he had been in his stall for over 13yrs, never turned out, never trained. It had been so long since he felt anything but his own manure under his feet, that he was not sure what the dirt was. Storm finally trusted us enough to bring the vet out and get him gelded. Storm is available for adoption, however, though he now comes up looking for scratches, he is still not gentled. He has a hard time some days. He needs a person with the time and dedication to teach him! Storm loves his scratches and will come up to you on good days wanting attention. Storm has moved out to the big pasture with the other horses! He is ready to find a forever home! Can you Help Us Help Them? Adopt, Sponsor, Donate, Volunteer www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Storm
Sassy
Sassy
Sassy, Foaled 5/2007, Chestnut, Molly Mule, 14.2 hands, 789 lbs (6/3/17) Currently a resident but could be available to the right Forever Home! Keith had agreed to take in the Molly Mule and a hinny jack a couple years earlier. They had never finalised the arangments and then out of the blue they called for us to pick them up! Sassy came home with us 5-2-15. She was sweet, but had never had any vet or farrier care, and no training. She was pretty easy going and let me pet her and put her halter on for her shots. She 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 lease and adoption. 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! PasturePalsER@aol.com
Taz
Taz is a 11yr old, Brown, Small Standard Hinny Gelding (John) 45 inches, 424lbs (1/28/17) Looking for a FOREVER HOME! Unusual as they are, a Hinny is the offspring of a sire that is a horse and a dame that is a donkey. He is a handsome little man. Taz's owner called us about a week ago and asked us to come get him. Taz had broken out of his pasture and was in with the neighbors mares. He is a strong willed and a little crazy boy, whom they had rescued about 5 years ago. The man who formerly owned Taz had him chained to some tires, that he dragged around in an attempt to control him. That is where he got the unusual scars on his neck. Tip did a good job getting him healthy the last few years, but could not care for him any longer. Well Taz is the perfect name for this little crazy hinny. Taz got his shots and coggins, and got gelded. He is learning how to behave and that people can be good here at Pasture Pals ER! Taz is available for adoption or lease! We can now rub on Taz after we get him haltered, but it is still difficult to catch him. He comes up for treats and may stand just a few feet away from people, but he still shies away anytime you try to rub on him. Can YOU help us save more hinnys like Taz? Taz needs a FOREVER HOME or a SPONSOR and a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER to help with his training! Can you Help Us Help Them? SPONSOR! DONATE! ADOPT! VOLUNTEER! PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Taz
Cinnamon
Cinnamon
Foaled May 2013, Sorrel with flaxen main and tail, Morgan/Mustang, Mare 4 yr old, 14.3 hands, 894 lbs (6/3/17) Looking for her forever home! Training required When she came she was in foal, slightly underweight, Curious, Skittish, Worried, front of the herd but not Alpha, The largest and oldest of the herd of 6 baby mustangs, Worms, Lice They all needed lots of loving care! Cinnamon has become a sweetie, always wanting attention. She is pretty easy to catch. We did not do much training with her because she was big in foal, but she is now ready to get to work and needs training. Cinnamon has turned into a sweet girl, loving her rubs and attention. She loves to be groomed and loved on. Her hooves need attention and she is ready to start some serious training! We will be working on picking up those feet and getting her ready for the farrier! Cinnamon NEEDS A HOME or a SPONSOR and DEDICATED VOLUNTEER fir her training! VOLUNTEER, DONATE, SPONSOR, ADOPT! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com To donate please click the donate button on our home page or go to www.PasturePalsER.com
Magic
Foaled 9/8/14, Bay, Mustang/Quarterhorse, Gelding 14.2 hands?, 780lbs? Looking for his forever home! Still mostly wild! Needs training! Magic was returned from CFER because he was retaining a testicle and required surgery to be gelded. He is under special needs adoption. He has shown amazing natural jumping ability, is a beautiful mover,, but is not yet gentled. He is just starting to let people touch him and his favorite treat is corn flakes. Returned from Cape Fear Equine Rescue. Magic needs a Home or a Sponsor for his care and a Dedicated Volunteer for his training! Sponsor Magic at PasturePalsER.com Can you help us Help Them? Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER@aol.com PasturePalsER.com
Magic
Bit
Bit
Foaled 10/1999, Thoroughbred, Gelding, 17.1 hands, 1258lbs (11/5/17) Looking for his forever home! This tall sweet boy needs to find the love of a family! He wants to work and runs around the pasture all the time now. He asks for attention and practically puts his head in the halter for you. A previous injury to a rear leg makes it so Bit cannot canter with weight. When the cold weather moves in we do see his arthritis in his injured leg showing. Bit really wants to go and was very happy and well behaved under saddle! We will see what the future holds, for now we will just love on him and put the kids that are not afraid of heights on his back for pony rides! Bit really wants a Dedicated volunteer to love him and give him some light work to do! Help Us Help Them! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! PasturePalsER@aol.com PasturePalsER.com
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 Vet and Farrier Care! To learn more go to www.PasturePalsER.com
Peggy (resident)
Dane (resident)
Dane (resident)
foaled 8/2008, Percheron, Gelding 18.2 hands, 1982 bs (10/22/17) 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 needs a DEDICATED VOLUNTEER and a SPONSOR for his vet and farrier care. Help Us Help Them! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Mamma first day at PPER 7/2/16
Mamma Black and White Mini, Mare Foaled 7/2010, 38 Inches tall, 261lbs (6/2/17) Looking for her forever home! We picked up mamma along with her two boys and two other stallions from a woman in desperate need on 7/2/16. She was obese and in foal. Her feet were horrible and she was pretty afraid of everything but she kept all the boys in line! I like this mini Mare! Mamma and Me seemed to hit it off, she comes up to me looking for scratches, and I know just the right spots. Mamma is no longer afraid of most people. Since then she has lost a hundred pounds and is no longer obese! We are to spending more time teaching Mamma how to lead and be a good pony not just an alpha brood mare! She is healthy and ready to learn how to ride! Training time sweet mamma! Mamma is being feed sponsored by Tracy. She needs a HOME or a Dedicated Volunteer! for her training! Can YOU Help us Help Them? Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! PasturePalsER@aol.com PasturePalsER.com
Mamma first day at PPER 7/2/16
CC first day at PPER 7/28/16
CC first day at PPER 7/28/16
Foaled 6/2004, Sorrel, Mini Mare, 39 inches, 288lbs ( 12/26/17) Arrived at Pasture Pals Equine Rescue 7/28/16 CC got vetting, shots, coggins, and hooves trimmed. She was agresive and frightened, when she came. She had no training, apeared to never have been really handled at all. CC now seeks attention, likes to be groomed, and is working on lead line training. CC had her 4 year old Sophia by her side, was still nursing her 8 month old Baby, and in foal with another when she came to us. She gave birth to another little girl , Scarlet, the morning of 3/22/17. Scarlet is eating so much that CC is loosing too much weight, we are feeding her up to try to keep up with the little ones apatite! Scarlet is now weaned and CC is back looking good. CC and her Scarlet are now ready for adoption! Your generous donation can Help Us Help Them Please click the donate button now, anything you can give will help! Adopt, Sponsor, Donate, Volunteer www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Scooby first day at PPER 7/31/16
Foaled 8/23/13, Paint, Mini, Gelding, 38 inches, 274lbs (6/3/17) Looking for his forever home! Came to PPER with 4 other minis from an emergency situation 7/31/16 UTD on shots and Coggins 8/22/16. Scooby is a sweet boy and you would have never know he was a stallion unless one of the girls was in heat. He loves attention and to be groomed. His weight was good, but he needed lead line training and hoof care. We got him his vet check, shots, hooves trimmed and gelding. Scooby comes up to everyone expecting to be loved on and told how handsome he is. He is food aggressive, but otherwise loves attention. Scooby has been working hard on his leading and saddle training! He just stared in his first Pony Ride fundraiser and he did great! We will start working on his steering and bridle training now. He still does not get along well with others and currently has to stay in the pasture with the percherons, as he doesn't do well with the other minis or even the smaller horses yet. Scooby needs a HOME or a Sponsor for his care and a Dedicated volunteer for his training! Can you help us help them? Adopt, Sponsor, Donate, Volunteer, Share! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Scooby first day at PPER 7/31/16
Jazzy the day she came to PPER 10/7/16
Jazzy the day she came to PPER 10/7/16
Jazzy, 25+ year old, Flea Bitten Gray, Arabian, Mare, 14.2 hands, 768lbs (11/10/17) Our vet called us about Jazzy on Thursday 10-6-2016. She was in trouble and no one seemed to know what to do to help her! We were told she had been with one family for 2 years and another for only 6 weeks. She is a severely underweight and malnourished girl and she needed a place that could help her. Jazzy came to us on Friday, 10/6/16, just when the rains from Hurricane Matthew came to visit. She was at least 200bs underweight. NCSVH weighed her in at only 648lbs, 14.2 hands. Jazzy is a sweet in your pocket girl. She has bright eyes that long to live and loves attention! Jazzy wants to go and has a strong will to live! We were not able to post her immediately do to the storm and flooding, but she needs your help! Jazzy will need lots of special feed and care. Our vet is providing care for her as a sponsor, but she needs so much more! We have found that Jazzy has a tumor on her thyroid that is causing her to have hyperthiroidism. She also has a Melanoma under her left ear. Both of these could be treated. The Thyroid by surgery and the Melenoma by oral medication. We hope we are able to save her and get her back to the glorious Arabian Princes she is meant to be! To donate to Jazzy's care, please click the donate button, email us at PasturePalsER@aol.com, or go to www.PasturePalsER.com for more information! Can YOU Help Us Help Them?! PasturePalsaER@aol.com www.PasturePalsER@aol.com
Izzy at the kill lot before she came to PPER 2/2/17
Izzy 12 year old, 14.3 hand, Bay, Quarter Horse, Mare 830lbs (2/25/17) Coggins 2/3/17 Looking for her forever home! Izzy was at Tar Heel feedlot and getting ready to be shipped to slaughter. One woman fell in love with this girl and just could not let them send her to her death! She chose to be this sweet girls savior and posted online for people to help pay her fee. Well that did not happen and Izzy was to ship Wednesday. Fortunately she was given a short reprieve and held over to ship of Friday instead. A lady contacted PPER for placement for Izzy and though we are full, we agreed to take her but could not spend the rescues money to pay her bail. The woman paid the Feed Lot bill herself! She even got the transport to bring Izzy to us! Now it is our turn to pay it forward and 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 must get her over her fears. She is getting better everyday 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. 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! Izzy has found a SPONSOR and DEDICATED VOLUNTEER with Cassie and we hope she will be adopted soon!
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Izzy at the kill lot before she came to PPER 2/2/17
Cherokee Born at PPER 3/10/17
Cherokee Born at PPER 3/10/17
Foaled 3/10/17 4am, Sorrel, Mini Horse, Colt. Looking for his forever home! Lilly, (a 36 inch tall mini mare) came to us in foal. No one knew who the babies daddy was. Cherokee is doing better after a ruff beginning. His legs are straightening out and he is getting stronger. Little guy had to have a hoof trim when he was only 7 days old to help with straightening those little legs. He also had to have a little extra help with nursing because he was so tall he had a hard time reaching his mamma to nurse. But he is doing well now best friends with Gigi. Playing and running around the paddock. Cherokee is weaned and looking for a home. His mamma Lilly was so afraid that she made his scared too. But he is getting over that and had found out he does not need to be afraid of us! He is loving being groomed and is letting me walk up and scratch him anytime. Cherokee needs a HOME or a Sponsor for his care and a dedicated volunteer for his training. Would you like to Help Us Help Him? www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Beans the day before he came to Pasture Pals ER. 4-5-17 ADOPTED!
Foal 2015?, Brown, 36 inch, Mini, John Mule, Gelded.
ADOPTED!
PPER paid the transport fee to the ERN driver and Beans came to Pasture Pals Equine Rescue on 4/6/17 Beans was obviously the leader of the three mules. He is more outgoing but cautious. He took treats out of my hand right away, but I don't know if that was hunger or lack of fear. He had an nasty dried up mess under his jaw and was skinny. He looked better in the kill lot picture. After I got him cleaned up, with lots of volunteer help, he let me snuggle him a little bit before he ran away! We have no clue about his past, but he is untrained. Lots of work to do to save this little man after weeks of aggravation to get him here! Beans is now gelded, healthy, and quite fat. He is ready to start some serious training! Beans is very smart, a little boss man, and is adorable now that he is healthy! I think Beans and Fritz would make an incredible pair!
Beans is adopted and went to live with Cindy Hynes 8/10/18 HOME Can you help us help More Mules like Beans? Help Us Help Them Now Click the donate button and donate to save a life! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Beans the day before he came to Pasture Pals ER. 4-5-17 ADOPTED!
Stix the day he came to PPER. 4-6-17
Stix the day he came to PPER. 4-6-17
2 years, 48 inch (12 hands) still growing!, Brown, Small Standard, 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 everyday, expecting scratches and a friendly hand. I really like this boy and he is ready to start learning about halters and lead line training. Lot's 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 PasturePalsER@aol.com
Bright Eyes (boarded resident)
Foaled 6/8/2015, White, Small Standard, Donkey, Jenny 11.1 hands, 364lbs (7/8/17) Keith Daniels Paid for 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 teats 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 PasturePalsER@aol.com
Bright Eyes (boarded resident)
Blaze (ambassador)
Blaze (ambassador)
Born at PPER at 12 noon 5/6/17 White over Sorrel, Blue eyed, Mini Paint, Filly 28 inches (still growing), 82lbs (12/26/17) 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! PasturePalsER@aol.com
Joe (boarded resident)
15 yr old?, Paint, Standard, Donkey, Jack Joe was one of 7 feral donkeys that we got a call to rescue from Mills River. Joe will be Boarded at PPER and is not available for adoption. Here Joe will get healthy and find out that people can be good. He is a sweet easy going kind of guy. With infected and bleeding bits, terrible hooves, bad sunburn, lice, worms, and exhausted after the round up and long trip to PPER. Poor Joe just wanted to rest his first couple of days. He has been very good with all of our pocking and prodding, putting medicines on his bites, and even giving him his shots. Joe is starting to show his personality and is eating well. He is so clam and loves attention as long as you move slowly around him. Joe needs a lot of medical care and so he will be at PPER at least until we can get him healthy. He will need a Dedicated volunteer for his training and a sponsor for his care. Can you help us save more donkeys like Joe? Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! Help Us Help Them! Donate now PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Joe (boarded resident)
Buck
Buck
Buck, Buckskin, Thoroughbred, Gelding, 16 hands, 1227 lbs (10/30/17) foaled 1997 Another Rescue sent me a picture of Buck, they didn't know how to help him and wanted to know if I would take him. From his rotted off missing main and skeletal frame, to the duck tape that held his poor hooves together, Buck wasn't much to look at and even Keith told me not to get my hopes up. But when I saw his eyes, I knew that Buck wanted to live! It took a lot of love and care. Through the colic to get his gut functioning and the bandaging to heal his hooves. Soon, Buck showed us just how amazing he could be. Buck got beautiful, strong, and healthy. With lots of love to give, he was one of our best riding horses and safe for beginners and kids. Buck was adopted for a couple of years and had a couple who loved him. Unfortunately, they fell on bad times and so Buck was just returned to us. He was not at all sure where we were taking him, but when we got home and he saw some of his old friends, I could almost see him smile, with his ears perked and a deep call to the others, he trotted up to say hello. Not even minding , when Fritz got right under his big feet. Buck is not an easy keeper and is such a sweet heart that he lets the other horses steal his food. He has to be separated at feeding times to be sure he will get all of his feed. We will be re-evaluated to see how he has done over the 2 years that he was not with us. Right now, Buck needs a Sponsor for his care and a Dedicated volunteer to love him! Can You Help Us Help Them? Maybe you can help us save more horses like Buck. Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Cleo came to PPER 10/22/17
Cleo We do not know her age or her history! She came in 10/22/17 We know she is in foal and that she came in with a mini stallion. This black Mini Mare and her Stallion boyfriend, came running out of the woods "like something was chasing them" last week! Animal control was called in three surrounding counties and they were not reported as missing. Internet ads were posted looking for the owners, with no response. We helped research for sale ads across the internet, nothing was found. And so 10/22/17 they both came to PPER. Scared out of their minds! But they look like they have been cared for, hooves look pretty good, and with good weight. We also know this little girl cleared a 3 foot fence and gate to get in the pasture and out of a holding area! They could have been out there in the woods eating wild forage for a long time. Either way the time line is up and now they are here at PPER to get the care and gentling that they need! They will get vet checks and be evaluated. She is a pretty girl, but very timid. She is just now starting to come up and let me stroke her muzzle. So fare so good. Healthy and sound, just frightened. As of now, she is legally a ward of PPER and we will do everything we can to get her happy, gentled, and help her have a healthy foal! Intakes usually cost about $500 for shots, Coggins, vet exams, and all...so we need your help! I cannot believe someone may have dumped this beautiful girl! She needs a name, so suggestions are welcome! Can You Help Us Help Them? Donate to her care by clicking the Donate button now! Adopt! Sponsor! Donate! Volunteer! Share! PasturePalsER@aol.com PasturePalsER.com
Cleo came to PPER 10/22/17
Jessie
Jessie
Jessie, Sorrel, BLM Mustang, Mare, 15.2 hands, 1037lbs (2/28/15) Foaled 11/17/2004 in New Mexico (by her BLM brand) Jessie was our first rescue horse. She came to us on May 1st 2012. Seriously Malnourished and emaciated, 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 is available for lease and Adoption.
Maybe you could help us save another horse like Jessie. Adopt, Volunteer, Sponsor, Donate! www.PasturePalsER.com PasturePalsER@aol.com
Henry's first day at PPER 5/12/16
Henry's first day at PPER 5/12/16
Cody
Cody
Foaled 2010, Bay, Hackney Pony, Gelding
Came to PPER
Bolt
Foaled 2010, Gray, Arabian/Quarter, Gelding
Came to PPER 3/20/18
Bolt
Rusty came to PPER 6/3/18 UNDER ADOPTION CONTRACT!
Rusty came to PPER 6/3/18 UNDER ADOPTION CONTRACT!
Nibbles first day at PPER 9/23/18
Nibbles first day at PPER 9/23/18

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