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Commentary to “Breeding more donkeys to keep tradition alive”

Daniel Cordero is often known for his intelligent comments to articles on our website. This one is exceptional. Thank you, Daniel, for your insight. ~ HfH «Ejiao is credited by many with improving blood circulation and replenishing energy» Yeahhh riiiight…. and how does it exactly replenishes energy differently from say… lemon-flavored jelly from the grocery Full Article

Talking to Ol’ Dobbin

This article was originally written by Jerry Finch, President of Habitat for Horses, back in June 2011. The words he wrote are still true today. ~ HfH There is ...Full Article

Breeding more donkeys to keep tradition alive

Habitat for Horse decided to change our focus on this blog. It was getting to the point where all we published were negative opinions, horror stories, and giving publicity ...Full Article

Rescuers pull horse from swimming pool in Arizona (Video)

Fences and gates are needed around pools for more than just our kids…our four legged friends can wind up trapped! Thank goodness it was not cold and everything turned ...Full Article

Smartphone App Helps Animal Cruelty Investigators

Part of what we do here at Habitat for Horses is horse cruelty investigations. When law enforcement is contacted by the public with a case of potential equine abuse, ...Full Article

Time for a Double Take – A Mule’s Foal

You heard it right. That which is supposed to be impossible has happened (and not for the first time). A mule has given birth to a foal. A very ...Full Article

Who will cry for Choctaw?

Debbie’s article in today’s edition of Galveston Daily News is lovely. Choctaw really has come a long way and is ready for a loving home. You can find out ...Full Article

Medical Maggot Therapy for Horses – Yes…Maggots

Maggots – GROSS! Yes, but maggots can be used to effectively “clean” wounds. Do not do this without consulting your veterinarian…that should be absolutely understood. WARNING – there are ...Full Article

Roy Exum: A Veterinarian’s Horse Sense

Roy Exum is known for his articles on horse “soring”. In this case, he tackles Ebola and the “horse sense” of one veterinarian. The fear from the spread of ...Full Article

The Celebration & the Future of the Tennessee Walking Horse

This was shared by Keith Dane, Vice President of Equine Protection for the Humane Society of the US. The author is correct – it is indeed arrogant bull headed ...Full Article