DREAMCHASER PMU RESCUE ANDREHABILITATION
September 29, 2012
I first became aware of Dreamchaser thru an article in our local paper, featuring the "Lean On Me" Program. Dreamchaser rescues and rehabilitates horses that have been abandoned, abused, used in the drug industry or just plain neglected. The animals arrive wild, scared and hurt, many cannot even be touched. With patience, good food, a clean place to live and lots of love, these horses becaome loving, healthy creatures and end up giving back to their community. Dreamchaser brings children from various county programs out to he ranch to learn from the horses. It is a beautiful thing to watch a previously abused horse teach a child to trust again. They are so patient & kind, some will just stand and be quiet if a child is frightened or sad. They let the child make the first move and I have even seen children fingerpaint on these beautiful creatures! The children learn to that it is possible to grow again, that there is someone that loves you and that you are respected and loved simply by virtue of your being. Bravo to Susan Thompson and the Dreamchaser family! From petting zoo events and pony rides at various community functions to the regular day at the childrens library, this organization certainly gives more than they get. Not only are the horses rescued but also other farm animals, pigs, goats, chickens, ducks, peacocks, all rescues from horrible situations amd all are equally loved and cherished at the ranch. Please give what you can to this wonderful organization, every little bit helps. Or stop by the ranch and see for yourselves, the public is always welcome and you will make so many new friends, both 2 and 4 legged!
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my heart fills with joy seeing these poor abused creatures become loving healthy IMPORTANT members of the community. Seeing them go from straring with dull lifeless eyes, beaten and hurt, to prancing around everytime they see a human, knowing that they will be petted, loved and respected.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
provide them enough money for a new well. They have to haul water every day, sometimes as many as 4 tankloads, to provide drinking water and enough to keep all the animals clean and healthy
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an article in my local paper and also saw them participate in the Veterans Parade in Anthem, AZ.
General Member of the Public & Help out with office work, making flyers, thank you letters, etc.