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Vet gives horses a second life with artificial limbs

Few people realize that artificial limb surgery for horses has been around for over 30 years. Most of the public perceives that a horse with a broken leg means that the horse must be “put down” or to go to slaughter. We owe it to our equine friends to do the best that we can Full Article

Why de Blasio can’t ban horse carriages

The writer of this opinion piece treats the NYC horse carriage ban as if it were just “crazy PETA people” or those who hate the Irish and/or middle class ...Full Article

Horse, rider airlifted out of remote Angeles National Forest canyon (VIdeo)

The Anderson Sling is an essential piece of rescue equipment. Identical to the one we use in our intensive care barn, here it is being used to helicopter a ...Full Article

2 bills aim to rein in Tennessee walking horse abuse

The recent PAST Act and HR 4098 bills are now getting a larger audience on USA Today. Most of the coverage has been on horse related websites and more ...Full Article

11 entries so far for the HfH Spring 2014 Photo Contest

The Habitat for Horses Spring 2014 Photo Contest is starting to heat up with 11 entries. Each horse photo comes with its own story which makes for a nice ...Full Article

Sen. Rand Paul may back bill liked by Big Lick

Government does serve a purpose, many of them actually…one is to protect us from threats both without and within. We would be all for the BLM, if they actually ...Full Article

Roy Exum: The Best Money Can Buy

On the Federal level, animal abuse is still a misdemeanor – as Mr. Exum points out at the end of this excellent article which names name of politicians who ...Full Article

The plight of wild horses inspires documentary

For our non-Texas friends, “American Mustang” the movie is showing in other areas of the country. You can find out more here. For our Texas friends – there are ...Full Article

Roy Exum: Our Ruse In Congress

At their master’s beck and call, Tennessean Republicans sponsor a bill that the Big Lick crowd wants instead of the PAST Act which would effectively eliminate inspections… should we ...Full Article

Wayne Pacelle: Unbridled animal agony not enhancing Ky.’s image

Tennessee is usually the state people think of for the “Big Lick” crowd. Kentucky shares the blame on this as well. Very glad Wayne Parcelle, President of the Humane ...Full Article