These wonderful people went above and beyond the call of duty for my horse. She was adopted into some very unfortunate circumstances, and they did not stop until she was back safe and sound, and, even though I was forced to give her up, they included me in the whole process, and still do. When she returned from the woman who adopted her on Feb 19, she was SEVERELY underweight, 3/9 on a body scale. Now, 3 months later, she is almost back to the weight she was when she left LBH.
Honestly, who cares what the place looks like, the horses are happy and healthy, that's ALL that matters. Fabulous organization, wonderful people. I will recommend them to anyone! I love you guys!!! Thank you, thank you!
"Whoever saves one life saves the world entire." Doesn't this apply to horses also?---to be saved from abandonment and slaughter? For the past two years I have sponsored horses at LBH---changing sponsorship to another horse when one is adopted. I have loved my time spent here with horses, brushing them, feeding them treats, attending fundraisers, and visiting with the friendly staff. As I see it the people here are working hard to save horses and make the world a better place.
I have been a volunteer at LBH for almost two years , in that time I have meet some great hard working people ................. and seen many beautiful horses ( once broken ) find forever loving homes , and many that are still waiting for someone to adopt them .
I continually learn about the horses , health , care and much more .
it is not always easy , as funding is always an issue ................. and its a lot of hard work .
but I love being a volunteer , and these beautiful god creations deserve respect , and love ................. and fight for them .