Hooved Animal Humane Society received a grant from the National Anti-Vivisection Society that would help them create more space for our equine friends. The staff and volunteers are kind, compassionate, and committed to providing the best care they can to the animals in their care and in their community.
The volunteers of this organization work tirelessly to rescue, remove, and rehabilitate horses found in deplorable condition. Check the website -- HAHS.org -- to view the sad photos of horses that have been left without food or water in muddy paddocks or leaky barns. Sadly some are too devastated to save, but you'd be amazed what recoveries can be done with veterinary care, and a loving touch. The next job is to find a good home for those who can be adopted. But many live out their lives on the farm in Woodstock. That's why contributions are important -- and visitors are welcome.
Review from Guidestar
This organization has been going downhill for the past five years. They spend a great amount of their donations on administrative pay, and their ongoing actions do not reflect well as a group who claim to be working in the best interests of horse welfare.