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equine rehabilitation

Nutrition for Rehabilitating the Starved Horse

Many people are responding to us regarding the 28 horses seized recently on Galveston Island. We appreciate the support given. It takes a great deal of resources and money to rehabilitate starved and neglected horses. Donations are still needed. We have other horses that came to us from other situations of abuse and neglect that Full Article

Equine Rehabilitation Similar to Sports Therapy for People

Rehabilitation takes time, patience and care. We here at Habitat for Horses know all about that. Horses come to us underweight and at times with injuries. Rushing into regular ...Full Article

A dangerous horse is tamed by love, pain lifts

As the Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle once said: “Permanence, perseverance and persistence in spite of all obstacles, discouragements, and impossibilities: It is this, that in all things distinguishes the ...Full Article