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BREAKING NEWS – Habitat for Horses Awarded All Horses From Galveston Seizure

January 30th, 2015 (6)
Twenty six horses and two mules were awarded to us (Habitat for Horses) in Galveston Court this afternoon. They were seized from a horse riding facility in Jamaica Beach on Galveston Island, Texas. They have been receiving all the ...

House Agriculture Committee Oks resolution on wild horse population

January 30th, 2015 (5)
Over a million cattle vs 3000 wild horses in Wyoming. Three thousand is not that great of a number when it comes to wild animals. If you followed the guidelines given by National Wildlife Federation, one could consider wild ...

The Daily Pitchfork’s Six Principles of Good Animal Journalism

January 29th, 2015 (1)
Vickery Eckhoff is known for her journalistic integrity. This article outlines what good animal journalism should be about. The problem is media organizations often ignore good journalism principles for the money their advertisers and investors give them. These advertisers ...

House Calls Get Complicated When the Patient Is a Horse

January 29th, 2015 (1)
 Farriers knowledge of horses should extend well beyond how to make shoes and care for hooves.  An excellent one will never have a day without work. The work of Dr. Redden is almost legendary. Most equine vets work willingly with ...

Habitat for Horses Newsletter January 27th, 2015

January 28th, 2015 (5)
From our newsletter that we send out via email. Simply text HFH to 22828 from your phone to get started! ~ HfH 28 Neglected Horses Seized in Galveston, TX By: Jerry Finch Winter along the Texas Gulf Coast might ...

Guardian’s Wild Horse Meat Story Contains 92% Beef

January 27th, 2015 (1)
When the Guardian came out with their article “Why You Really Should (But Really Can’t) Eat Horse Meat” – it was a typical bad example of media coverage on the wild horse / horse slaughter issue. Showing wild horses ...

Horse Gets New Lease on Life Thanks to First Ever Bone Repair Technology

January 27th, 2015 (2)
Medical technology continues to improve for both humans and animals. Aiding the body to heal itself, HydroxyColl could have far reaching uses for horses. Hopefully as advances are made, the price for these innovations can come down to where ...

Video: Baby Dwarf Goat Adorably Headbutts Horse

January 26th, 2015 (2)
Cute horse videos are usually something we save for Sundays…this is soooo cute it must be shared now. The look on the horse’s face is one of sheer delight. The baby goat and horse are having fun playing with ...

Woman who lost Zoo job hopes to be carriage horse driver

January 26th, 2015 (8)
The carriage horses are still on the streets of New York City. Those against the use of horse drawn carriages say the horses suffer from pollution, poor working conditions and bad care. Those for the carriage rides feel it ...

Pictures: Galveston island horses rescued by Habitat for Horses

January 25th, 2015 (5)
The horses seized by the Galveston police department are now at our rehabilitation center. They are being well cared for by our staff and volunteers. Medical needs are being met.  Shelter, water …all the things these horses need to ...