Serenity Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation Overview
Serenity Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation (SERR) is dedicated to the rescue and recovery of horses who are victims of neglect, abuse, abandonment or other forms of cruelty. Horses are evaluated and rehabilitated with the primary focus being on health and behavior first before usability or riding potential. We believe in healing horses from the inside out and then finding a home that is a good match to ensure a successful adoption. We also bring in abused/neglected horses needing humane euthanization (who are unable to heal or be saved due to excessive abuse, neglect or injury/illness). These rescues are evaluated by our veterinarian and given the best of care and attention while they are with us. If determined to need euthanization we make sure the end of their life provides them the dignity and love they have been lacking. SERR works with King County Animal Control (and King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office) to provide information and evidence for prosecution of Animal Cruelty charges. We are located on a farm in Maple Valley, Washington.
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The work that Patricia and her group of volunteers do with animals that have been hurt, abandoned, and neglected is truly inspirational. I am so very proud to be a part of it. My little sister and I were looking for a volunteer activity to do together. She found Serenity and we have now been ... more »
I found out about SERR on the news and reached out to see what I could do to help. I met with Brenda at the rescue and immediately fell in love with Patricia, the horses and the volunteers. When you see the before and after pictures of these beautiful horses and how clean everything is, you can ... more »
I started volunteering with Serenity towards the end of the summer and it has honestly been life changing. Patricia and the staff (Brenda, Loreana, and many others) truly give 110% to this great cause and it's infectious. As another reviewer has mentioned, it is not only a sanctuary for horses but ... more »