Future Hay Field


If you believe horses don’t know how to count, put three carrots in your pocket and give him only two.



Rescue Horse of the Month: COWBOY a beautiful black,brown, and white paint gelding. Unfortunately he had a broken jaw, and many wounds on body and legs. Thru all his treatment and healing he was a gentleman. Cowboy is a life resident of LCAR because his old wounds require special care. He likes lot attention and the volunteers love him  but he needs a sponsor. Someone to help with his care by making  monthly donations. He is so forgiving and deserves all attempts to make the rest of his life as comfortable as possible.

Cowboy, has a broken lower jaw.

Cowboy, has a broken lower jaw.

Please consider a monthly donation thru: this website, Network For Good – Donate Now, payroll deduction, e-bay donation, United Way,  or a check in the mail (PO Box 2669 Lebanon, Or 97355). LCAR also accepts donated vehicles, feed, hay, etc. Please consider a donation thru an endowment, life policy, will, or just a contribution from the heart. As you know, the loss of a beloved horse is incredibly difficult for horse owners. Consider showing your sympathy by remembering your horse or a friends horse thru a gift to the needy horses at LCAR. You are so appreciated.

When the Almighty put hoofs on the wind and a bridle on the lightning, He called it a horse.

The aim is to make a difference in the lives of people and animals. Education and compassion are important things for the public to learn and understand. Education is the most powerful weapon which can be used to change attitudes in the world. LCAR offers information that aims to help everyone understand the delicate balance between humans, animals, and nature. “To educate our people, and especially our children, to humane attitudes and actions toward living things is to preserve and strengthen our national heritage and the moral values we champion in the world”. ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Thank You, Your friends at LCAR




Slew loves kids:)

Slew loves kids:)


Community support

Community support


Horses change lives. They give our young people confidence and self-esteem. They provide peace and tranquility to troubled souls. They give us hope!

Toni Robinson

 “The question is not Can they reason? Nor Can they talk? But Can they Suffer” 

 Video  Fun video of a blind mare following her seeing eye partner, another horse. Great to Watch.


PO Box 2669  Lebanon, OR 97355 · 541-258-3422 · LinnCountyAnimalRescue@yahoo.com

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