Rainier Equine Hoof Recovery Center
Rating: 5 stars 8 reviews
Location: 12211 123rd Avenue SE Rainier WA 98576 USA
Results: Our large goals are the purchase of a long loafing shed to provide pasture shelter for all the horses at one time. There are 40 acres adjacent to our 10 acres that we would love to purchase one day to create an equine sanctuary and enable us to help more horses and teach morse students about caring for their fundamental needs.
Geographic areas served: Western Washington
Programs: Hoof trimming clinics to teach owners about natural hoofcare and maintaining their horses hooves as well as riding clinics, natural horsemanship and kids camps.
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I discovered an extremely foundered mini mare laying in misery in a field all alone. Dora had foundered many years prior to my seeing this little beauty. I called Pat and told her what I knew at the time of Dora. Pat went the next day and rescued Dora. Pat put Dora in a minivan and drove her back to REHRC. That same day Pat worked on Dora's little hooves and made "custom" booties for her little feet. Today Dora is running with the rest of the herd. Content and mostly pain free. THANK YOU PAT!
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