Who could resist all of that FLUFF? 🐴😍 Rhonda had a home lined up that fell through. She is an adorable, friendly girl that gets along with the other ponies and farm animals. After her vet evaluation, we learned she is a bit older then we were told and she also is borderline metabolic/cushnoid but totally manageable with years of life left in her. Would you open your home to this fuzzy girl for winter? Her adoption fee is $150. Please fill out an application and submit to email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
These cuties were rescued from a hoarding situation and are now able to be adopted. We currently have 2 Rouen ducks (female), 3 Pekin, 1 Cayuga, 1 Faun Runner and 1 Indian runner. Completed applications can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
We are accepting prizes, gift cards/certificates, baskets and bottles of wine for our annual Harvest of Hope! Donations like these will help us get care to animals in need. Please shoot us a message or email email@example.com. ... See MoreSee Less
32 lives saved - and we need your help. If you have considered donating or adopting from Happy Trails - there has never been a more urgent time to do so.
Over the past few months, we have held strong, accepting and carrying out the responsibility of care for the thirty-two animals who have entered our gates since July. They each deserve their own announcement:
Seven goats and six ducklings (the cutest things ever!) from a hoarding case in Guernsey County - all settled in and available for adoption as they were just signed over.
The fab five horses saved from auction, mom and baby Bella and Theo, Wasi the donkey, Mable and Dante, all with great prognosis and also available for adoption.
Charlotte the potbelly rescued in Cincinnati and brought to us by PETA
Billie the goat from a vet clinic; Sloppy Joe the goat from an adoptive home
Priscilla the potbelly with her entourage of five hens and one rooster all from Summit County humane officers doing their best to help the citizens of Summit
Four horses, two from a rescue in Illinois who has had to downsize and requested our help and two from a very loving home who had nowhere to turn when their owner entered a nursing home
That is thirty-two lives we have saved. Such a large responsibility with Wasi needing gelded, Dante needing EPM treatment and specialized farrier care and massage, Mable needing love and nutrition, Bella and Theo needing nutrition to grow and to thrive and recover, goats with hoof rot and two needing castration, Charlotte and Priscilla needing hoof trims and proper nutrition; all of this along with Dexter needing a trip to OSU for two eye growths, EPM treatment and specialized farrier care, Benny needing castrated, grain and more grain, hay, alfalfa, hoof trims, supplements, teeth floats, straw and vet attention for shots and treatment for what ails them all.
Please consider a donation or a monthly sponsorship to help offset the cost of the important care for these deserving new residents. With one visit to OSU Equine Hospital for Wasi and Dexter totaling $2,000 these funds will be allocated immediately to veterinary, farrier and supply bills to keep us going.
If that wasn't enough, while you read this fifty hens are being settled in after a long trip from New York where they were rescued from the aftermath of a large cultural happening. Over two hundred birds were surrendered and we have taken these fifty to find them homes. If you have been contemplating adoption of feathered friends, please act now. ... See MoreSee Less
Facebook friends, if you are able to sponsor an animal, please consider choosing your favorite potbelly and pledge a recurring monthly sponsorship of $50 to cover their care. And while potbelly pigs are not mini, don't fit in a teacup and do like dirt they also are smart as smart can be and make wonderful pets for an educated owner. If you are able to adopt, please fill out an adoption application and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org to start the process. We do have a limit to our capacity and we are there. Now we must concentrate on finding homes for these deserving pigs so others can find the same safety through our gates.