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Equine Connection Training Day – 20 May

26 Apr 2018

We rescue wild and unhandleable ponies. Each one needs to be trained so they can be handled and eventually re-homed. They need to be trained so that we can give them care and treatment. We use positive connection training techniques. We are holding a training day on 20 May, where you can learn all about […]

Meet Benson

25 Apr 2018

Meet Benson the lucky lamb. We were contacted by a number of concerned people who had seen a post on Facebook, by a person trying to give up a lamb. We agreed to take him on. Benson as he is now know, is doing well, despite initially being reared on pasteurised cows milk, totally unsuitable. […]

Meet Harold

07 Apr 2018

Harold was dumped in a field and left to fend for himself. We were called by the land owner. Harold isn’t in fantastic shape and he has certainly been neglected. His hooves were very overgrown, his coat mattered and he has mites. Once he arrived, we trimmed his hooves to stop foot rot, trimmed his […]

Hens Rescued

24 Mar 2018

This week we have rescue 130 commercial barn hens going for slaughter. they are approximately 18 months old and came from a farm in Staffordshire. We now need homes for them to make space for another rescue. If you can offer any a permanent home to be kept as pets, please email us with details […]

Attention All Rabbit Owners

10 Mar 2018

We are sad to report that a few weeks ago after taking in 10 rabbits in a weekend, we have had a number of rabbit fatalities due to a suspected outbreak of VHD2 (Viral Hemorrhagic Disease). All our rabbits are now in quarantine, since then we have not taken in any further rabbits or been […]

Swan Rescued and Released

07 Mar 2018

The weather iscertainly having its toll on wildlife. If you can put out food for wild animals to help them through this cold snap, it could be the difference between life and death. We have taken in dozens of calls today, we can’t rescue everything but we do what we can. Today we have rescued […]

Coping with the Snow

28 Feb 2018

Managing a 22 acre animal sanctuary whilst holding down full-time jobs is hard, coping with the snow creates additional challenges for us all, we are though so grateful for our team of dedicated, animal loving volunteers, who turn out no matter what the weather to help ensure our residents have warm bedding, top up frozen […]

Swan Rescue

25 Feb 2018

Two weeks ago we collected a female swan from a nearby lake, she was very weak and kept collapsing. We examined her, she was thin but there was nothing obvious. So off to our local vets she went for an X-Ray. in the past we have had very poorly swans in, that have swallowed fisherman’s […]

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