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We are so happy for McKayla, Billie, Frost and Beckham because they have all been adopted together! McKayla came to Happy Trails last year with a horrible case of hoof rot so bad she couldn't walk. Even after treatment, she had a pronounced limp that lasted quite a few months. She is now happily running and playing with the boys while Billie keeps an ever so watchful eye on them. ... See MoreSee Less

A huge thank you to employees at Dominion Energy who donated their time and talents to tackle a big project at the sanctuary.
Friends were made as we all worked together to paint the exterior of our gift shop and boy does it look beautiful! We are so grateful for all their help!

Does your company promote volunteerism in your community? We would love to have the help! Complete our group volunteer application to schedule your group day today!

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I am so amazed on how the years have passed and this place looks so beautiful with all your hard work. So happy for the animals too. I have been following for many years and will donate again when I am able too. God Bless you all.

Looks great

Wish I could have been there with my Dominion Energy team. Maybe next year 😀

We received a new piggie named Charlotte recently. She came from Cincinnati due to a neglect case - her hooves were horribly overgrown and crossing over, her eyes are ulcered and entropic and she is overweight for her size and age. Like most pigs we get she was let down by mankind and left in a horribly uncomfortable state. Two of her hooves broke during her ride to the sanctuary thus exposing the sensitive quick. She is a sweet and tolerant girl despite what she's going through. Our care coordinator has been able to take a few inches off of her feet but they still have a ways to go. At least she won't be tripping on them every step she takes. Charlotte's eye folds were cleaned removing the dead skin and lashes that had accumulated in her eye sockets. her face was wiped of all the gunk that covered her natural pig beauty.

Also, like most cases she was not fed a proper diet. She received dog food and table scraps. She is slowly adjusting to her new diet so she can become happy and healthy. Charlotte will be seen in the upcoming week by our vet after she has some time to decompress.
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We received a new piggie named Charlotte recently. She came from Cincinnati due to a neglect case - her hooves were horribly overgrown and crossing over, her eyes are ulcered and entropic and she is overweight for her size and age. Like most pigs we get she was let down by mankind and left in a horribly uncomfortable state. Two of her hooves broke during her ride to the sanctuary thus exposing the sensitive quick. She is a sweet and tolerant girl despite what shes going through.  Our care coordinator has been able to take a few inches off of her feet but they still have a ways to go. At least she wont be tripping on them every step she takes. Charlottes eye folds were cleaned removing the  dead skin and lashes that had accumulated in her eye sockets.   her face was wiped of all the gunk that covered her natural pig beauty.

Also, like most cases she was not fed a proper diet. She received dog food and table scraps. She is slowly adjusting to her new diet so she can become happy and healthy.  Charlotte will be seen in the upcoming week by our vet after she has some time to decompress.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Embarrassed to live in the same city as whoever abused this beautiful soul. Thank goodness for folks like you. 🐷❤️🐷

Feel better soon Charlotte. Thank you for taking such good care of her. Her owners are despicable!

Thank you for helping this pretty girl.

So grateful she has you now.

OMG. Glad she is in your hands now. She will be taken well care of and down to a healthier weight. thank you for all you do.

What an expressive beautiful face!!

Sweet girl 😢 But you are safe now ❤️

Prayers for your healing Charlotte.You are safe and loved!!

oh charlotte you just hit the jackpot pretty girl. so sorry your humans did this but oh the transformation your about to go through will be so good for you. piggy kisses

Awe poor girl.. what is wrong with people?!!! She definitely at the right place!! Our Emma is doing fabulous!!

I hate when animals are not taken care of properly. Very Happy you will be helping her.

Poor sweet thing❤️ praying you feel better soon!

Thank You Happy Trails for saving her life!

Thank you for helping her; she’s in the best of Care now so she’s happier.

i like pigs...so cute

She’s a cutie ❤️

God bless you for saving this beautiful girl! ❤

Poor girl, you are safe from the monsters who failed you.

Love you, Charlotte! Stay strong.

💕Thank you for saving her💕

Thank goodness she is in good hands♥️♥️🙏🙏🙏

Awww. She’s so sweet. A few years back we rescued a 12 year old boy in similar condition, only he is not so pleased about being handled 😣 so we do what we can.

Thank you for helping her become a happy, healthy girl. Love you guys!!

Thank goodness for happy trails..can she see now that her eyes are cleaned??

Awwwwe😔

Des, a great thoroughbred who is looking for his forever home trail rides! We took the opportunity to trail ride Des last week and he was great. He carried a fairly new rider through the trails and although he does need some fine tuning, he did well! Find more information about Des at: happytrailsfarm.org/des/ ... See MoreSee Less

Des, a great thoroughbred who is looking for his forever home trail rides! We took the opportunity to trail ride Des last week and he was great. He carried a fairly new rider through the trails and although he does need some fine tuning, he did well! Find more information about Des at: https://happytrailsfarm.org/des/Image attachment

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Maybe he didn’t feel like taking someone for a ride.

Omg he is a handsome boy!!

Gorgeous!!!

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Congratulations Marbles!! Marbles came to us in 2016 from a cock fighting raid in Mahoning County. He recently found his forever home along with TEN hens, one of which is a hen that was rescued from an overturned semi in Stark County. They are living the life and are quite happy! ... See MoreSee Less

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What a great setup for him and the others!

Yez that looks great!!

Looks like rooster and hen paradise.

Wonderful and thank you for all that you do to help animals!❤️

Great!!!

Yay Marbles!

He's beautiful

I love this!!! Thank you for helping all the animals🥰🥰

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