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ASPCA Help a Horse Day 2015

Habitat for Horses will be taking part in the ASPCA “Help A Horse” Day with our own Adoption Appreciation Day. We are asking that all adopters and foster families to come out to our Manvel Texas ranch location for an afternoon of horse stories – bring your pictures and tales of how your adopted horse(s) Full Article

A Tale of Two Donkeys

Donkeys, or burros as they are frequently called, have been man’s best work friend for hundreds upon hundreds of years. They haul heavy loads a great distance that it ...Full Article

Only 15 days left – Help Willie win!

Over the years, Willie Nelson has been a stalwart friend of horses. Back in 2006, Willie worked with Habitat for Horses to help save a group of horses destined ...Full Article

Meet our newest rescue – she is cute as can be

She was found wandering lost and hungry. The sheriff’s department kept her for 15 days at their stables, giving her owners plenty of time to realize that their horse ...Full Article

This mare was attacked by a dog then left uncared for – you can help

The newest horse member of Habitat for Horses is the mare pictured below. She was brutally attacked by a dog this past weekend. Then left tangled in a rope ...Full Article

Arizona animal-cruelty bill advances despite criticism

So many things are wrong about this bill. Making it so cruelty investigators must just through another hoop while gathering evidence for charges, turning farm animal cruelty cases from ...Full Article

Bring that circus protest to help Tennessee Walkers

If Barnum and Bailey have come to their senses, maybe there is hope that lovers of the Tennessee Walking Horse who still enjoy the Big Lick can come to ...Full Article

Weekend request – share this post!

Seven new horses came in to our rehabilitation center in Hitchcock on March 19th. Support is needed now more than ever. One very easy way to help Habitat for ...Full Article

Video – Donkey basketball game goes on despite controversy

Donkeys or burros cannot carry the average American without being hurt. They are not built for that kind of carrying capacity. Especially when you add in the weight of ...Full Article

One more time….

Another call from law enforcement led our crew to a small town in SE Texas, almost two hours from our ranch. The case had been working for a long ...Full Article