PER is seeking an adoption home for this dynamic duo. Scarlet is three months old and her mother, Sadie is twelve. We don’t know the history on Sadie, but she is a nice mare with lots of potential. Scarlet can be haltered, led, fly sprayed and front feet picked up. We are currently working on picking up her back feet. She is a fast learner and is very gentle and fun to work with. These two will only go to a knowledgeable handler of babies and a safe facility. We want Scarlet to get the best possible start. Mare is possibly bred back, so foaling experience is a plus. Adoption fee for both is $300.00. If interested in these two, you can download an adoption application from our website at www.panhandleequinerescue.
Escambia County Animal Control removed several animals from a Cantonment property on 6-17-15 when it was discovered that there was inadequate food and water. A total of sixteen animals including three pot-bellied pigs, four goats, two cows, five horses, one donkey and one mule were brought into the custody of Escambia County. Three of the horses were taken to Panhandle Equine Rescue, where they could receive closer monitoring and rehabilitation. Charges have not been filed as of this date. PER is in critical need of donations, since we took in three more horses less than a month ago. If you can help, please send your tax deductible contribution to P.E.R., P.O. Box 777, Cantonment, FL. 32533 or use Paypal on our website; www.panhandleequinerescue.org
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Panhandle Equine Rescue assisted Escambia County Animal Control by taking in three mares that were seized from a property in Century, FL. All horses were thin; two of them were emaciated. The owner of the black filly, who is called Lisa, was located. The owner of the two roans has been identified, but has not been located yet. We will call them Grace and Hope. It will be a long road for all three of them, but with our wonderful volunteers and donors, we are sure they will be showered with lots of love and plenty of proper nutrition to give them a new start in life. If you would like to donate or sponsor, send your tax deductible contribution to P.E.R., P.O. Box 777, Cantonment, FL 32533 or you may use paypal on our website; www.panhandleequinerescue.org
• PDZ Granules
• Cowboy Magic Detangler Lotion
• Paste Wormers
• Salt or Mineral Bricks
• Equine Pelletized Stall Bedding
• Computer Paper
• Riding Mower
• Manure Forks
• Grooming Brushes
Our Mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and provide adoption services for abused, neglected and abandoned equines. We need volunteers for hands-on work with horses, and also volunteers for fundraising, administrative work, grant-writing, if you have a talent that you would like to volunteer, we have room for you! Give us a call & schedule volunteer training, so we can get you plugged in!
Consult with your tax preparer about fostering for a non profit. If you are in the position to get write offs, this tax break would also apply to PER horses. We currently need foster homes for four. If you have space at your facility, please consider fostering. It will open up a stall for us to take in another abused or neglected horse.
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