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Look at Miss Sassy Pattie GO! She got her hooves trimmed and she feels like a new pony! She was SO good! She is still very apprehensive about being caught, but once you have her she is a really good girl! She really just needs some consistency and patience. I want to give a big shout out to John Mosley Farrier Service for taking care of Pattie’s hooves for us today and being so patient with her and getting us worked into his busy schedule. Also, thank to all our donors for your continued support, we couldn’t do what we do without every one of YOU!
Scroll thru and look at her amazing pedicure!!
Rocky has been at the trainers for about 2 weeks. Here is a little update from:
Rocky is a smart confidant gelding. He enjoys getting face rubs and is learning to love and appreciate grooming. He is currently working his hardest to be a big brave boy.
He is becoming a gentleman in ground manners with tying, leading, and lunging. We are gaining confidence to take a saddle and undergoing a variety of desensitization.
Rocky will finish 30 days of training, if he is continuing to learn and show improvement, CFER and Horton’s Rehab Ranch will pay for another 30 days. Will you help us with his training??? At just 12 years old, he deserves to be loved and have a job.
Molly is a Clydesdale Mare that is in her late teens to possibly early 20's. She is over 16.1 hands and is UNDERWEIGHT at over 1000 pounds!
She is truly a GENTLE GIANT, so sweet, loves attention, treats & grooming. She is said to ride and drive. However, Molly is a LONG ways from doing that.
Miss Molly is underweight - this can be from neglect or secondary to her teeth. She has a severe case of dermatitis that has affected all 4 of her legs which can be very pain and if not gotten under control can become systemic and life threatening. Her hooves have been severely neglected and she has multiple abscesses from damaged teeth that will require intervention from a specialist or NCSU to repair. They have literally ruptured through her lateral and lower jaw!
NCSU quoted several thousand dollars for her oral care; we are waiting to hear back from other oral specialists as well for advice and quotes for her care. Molly is on antibiotics that were provided by her intermediate previous owner who realized they took on more than they could handle and surrendered her to CFER.
Molly is currently staying at Horton's Rehab Ranch while we continue to rebuild from Hurricane Florence. CFER and HRR are working together to try and help get Molly the care she needs to get her comfortable and healthy again! Please consider donating to help with Molly's medical care as her care is going to be quite expensive!
She is a beautiful mare that deserves a second chance and still has so much to offer!
$5, $10, $20 makes such a difference!
Photo Credit: Banks Pony Photography