Things happen with horses, and you never know when the need for emergency medical care will arise. Our Emergency Medical Fund enables us react to emergency situations.
In the field of rescue we also get calls about horses that will need immediate medical attention upon intake... but if we don't have funds available we won't be able to help these horses.
Your kind and generous donations have helped cover costs so we could treat her eyes as well, and though she is permanently blind from the injury in the one eye, she has since regained her sight in the other one.
Molly is now part of LER's equine assisted learning program.
You can help make a difference for Molly by donating toward her ongoing care. Molly's tear duct needs regular monitoring and flushing. Please donate today. Pro Bono vet care is hard to come by. Some veterinarians generously give their time but they are not always available to us and funds are needed to get the right kind of medical attention in times of need.
Diego's ex rays were reviewed by a panel of experts and it was determined that the bump was a bony mass. Diego has since enjoyed sanctuary at Lifetime Equine Refuge where he serves as a therapy horse.
A recent monitoring of Diego's bump indicates that its increased in size and he will soon need an ultra sound to check what's going on. Donations are now needed so that we can have his bump further examined and possibly treated.
Learn more at www.LifetimeEquineRefuge.org