Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue

Saving the Horses of Appalachia . Please Visit the Website at WVhorseRescue.org

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Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue was founded in West Virginia in 2010, and we gained our 501(c)3 status in early 2012.

We have worked to give Hope to horses in a region that was otherwise left very much without a Voice.

We are thankful to be able to cover the state of West Virginia, Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio by offering rescue, rehabilitation, Educational Events, Animal control assistance and Owner Outreach programs. We are always looking for innovative ways to help.

We build a stronger equine economy in the areas where we work by supporting our local equine veterinarians, boarding facilities, farriers, trainers, Chiropractors, feed store operators and hay producers.

We have an emphasis on the rescue and rehabilitation of the severely emaciated horse.

Our focus has always been to save as many adoptable horses in our areas as possible in a transparent way.

We believe in sustainable rescue, taking in only the number of horses we feel we can rehab, train and place while retaining stable financial ethics.

We intend to be here speaking for the Horses of Appalachia for decades to come.

We invite you to learn more about us, to consider becoming a monthly sponsor/donor, volunteer or foster.

https://www.youtube.com/user/WVHorseRescue
wvhorserescue.org

To mail a donation Check

Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue, INC

PO box 81 Shoals, WV 25562

TO DONATE via PAYPAL:

equinerescue@live.com

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  1. Hello, I am a permitted wildlife rehabilitator and certified euthanasia technician. I also volunteer with a local equine rescue. I read your article (“And He was Gone, Peacefully;” What are We Afraid of, anyway? Have Animal Advocates Lost their Wits about Euthanasia) via a Facebook post I was included on by a fellow equine rescue volunteer and wildlife rehabilitator colleague. Your article speaks volumes…thank you! As a wildlife rehabilitator, I teach concerning euthanasia and compassion fatigue in our state required Rabies Vector Species course for new wildlife category 2 rehabilitators. May I have permission to share your article with new students and colleagues taking the course? Thank you so much for your consideration.

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