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June 9, 2013

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June 9, 2013

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HoofPrints of the Heart in Marana AZ and Triple R Horse rescue in Cave creek AZ have rescued all the Burros and Horses formerly held at HDLM. All are currently getting the much needed vet and farrier care they have been lacking for so long. If you
wish to donate please send checks to HoofPrints of the Heart @ 12207 w. Swanson st Marana AZ 85653 or to Triple R @ P.O. Box 4925 Cave Creek AZ 85327.

Over the last week, Hoofprints Ofthe Heart and Triple R have worked diligently to remove all of the animals, approximately 80, from Hacienda de Los Maliagros, in Chino Valley. There have been numerous changes in the board of directors, but the conclusion was finally reached that the animals needed to be removed as they could not be cared for properly. Although some animals had to be euthanized, the remainer will be rehomed out of Hoofprints of the Heart and Triple R. This has required numerous trips from Marana and Cave Creek. Care For The Horses, Forever Home Donkey Rescue, and ATLASTA HOME HORSE RESCUE have all provided help with manpower and transportation. This would never have been done this effeciently without their support.

This endeavor has cost Hoofprints of the Heart and Triple R thousands of dollars. We are reaching out to the community at large and requesting donations be made to either of these rescues to help defray these unanticipated expenses.

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Life-changing

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2013

October 31, 2012

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October 31, 2012

Wynne Zaugg is an amazingly unselfish, hardworking, determined saint, and the residents of his sanctuary are blessed to have him as their guardian.

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2012

January 11, 2012
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August 17, 2010

Who else watches out for the old, infirm and mistreated wild burros and horses in the SW except Wynne and his small band of volunteers. The residents who arrive are in such need of respect and a peace... more

January 11, 2012
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The recipients are the creatures the world forgets -- the wild burros that roam the public lands until they are too old to survive, then they suffer and die. Wynne cares for these animals providing food, vet care and a herd of friends so they can live out their days in safety and dignity. As funds permits, he also accepts abused domestic burros and other equines. He stretches a dollar as far as possible so donors can feel comfortable about the management and integrity of the operation.

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Quite well

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Life-changing

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Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

August 17, 2010
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Who else watches out for the old, infirm and mistreated wild burros and horses in the SW except Wynne and his small band of volunteers. The residents who arrive are in such need of respect and a peaceful place to live out their days. Wynne and the other 4-leggeds welcome and heal the newcomers and provide them with a place to fulfill what is unfinished within their mission on earth. Its magical, its special and words are inadequate to describe how much the donors receive in their souls knowing they added a carrot to a dinner bucket or a handful of grain to soothe a starving newcomer.

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They provide respect, and a safe and peaceful place for these forgotten creatures to live. Wynne adds so much love to the karma bank of the planet. What can be any more special than that?

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make new four-legged friends by brushing burros or horses . . . clean and replace bedding in barn stalls . . . muck community paddock areas . . . add fresh water to the donkey and horse water troughs . . . cart hay . . . fill feed buckets . . . clean up the grounds . . . help out at a fundraiser . . . put on a fresh coat of paint . . . cut carrots and make tons of new friends in a single toss . . . help with a variety of ongoing or time-limited organizational and animal needs, based on your interests, abilities, special skills, availability, and willingness to learn! Volunteer