Monthly Archives: July 2011

Veterinarians

Please be sure to schedule regular exams for your horses.  Establishing a relationship between your horse and veterinarian is very important.  It allows the doctor to know your horse when it is well and a diagnoses when your horse is … Continue reading

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Feed Stores

Listed below are feed stores located in the greater Sierra Vista area.  Many of these feed stores offer more than just feed.  Other Items Available: Fencing Supplies Tack Pet Food For Small Animals Including Birds Seminars on Nutrition (check for … Continue reading

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2013 Business Sponsors

These business sponsors have shown their support of this organization by placing ads in our 2011 calendar and by purchasing a business card slot in out quarterly newsletters. Please show your support by shopping at their businesses and by telling … Continue reading

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Rocky

Rocky was taken away from his owners along with another horse because the authorities deemed it necessary due to neglect of wounds and feed shortage. As you can see Rocky had some injuries on his neck and hoof that were … Continue reading

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Spike

Spike was being boarded at a local boarding stables in Sierra Vista.  The owner of Spike was not living in the area and was trusting the boarding stables to use the boarding fee to pay for feed for him.  Some … Continue reading

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Niki

Niki was only 18 months old when she was found along with 10 other horses in a pen.  From the road you could see ribs on many of the horses.  Her condition was critical and she had very little strength … Continue reading

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Blackjack

Blackjack was living in Tucson when a concerned neighbor contacted CFH to find out what could be done to help this poor horse.  Arizona Livestock officers had been out on site and said the horse was fine.  So the owner … Continue reading

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One Eyed Jack

Jack came into the program when some concerned neighbors saw him standing in a pen with several other horses.  Jack was the only skinny horse there. After the enighbor contacted CFH, the authorities were called and immediately removed Jack.  As … Continue reading

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Hawk

Hawk who is laying down in the horse trailer had a very traumatic incident.  He was very thin, and the owners had tried to load him into a trailer using chains hooked tohis back legs and tried to drag him … Continue reading

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Lady

Lady was brought into the program when Arizona State Livestock inspectors removed her from her owners for severe neglect and starvation. As you can see she was extremely underweight and her feet were like platters, however she still had a … Continue reading

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