Give Back Program and Sponsorship
This is an ongoing program which began in the summer of 2010. The intent is to give back to individuals that do not have an opportunity to have an animal in their lives. To learn responsibility in caring for a living animal and to enrich their lives with an unconditional bond. Each person is paired with a well experienced equine for a project with set goals depending on the experiences of both..
This is Scarlett a 30 plus thoroughbred mare with a will to live attitude. As a seizure by Linn County Sheriff’s Office, Scarlett was given little hope of recovery from neglect. But with constant care and her own will to live, she recovered to be a happy loving mare. Because of her courage and ability to forgive humans, she was selected as being LCAR’s poster horse. Scarlett has passed on to enjoy other green pastures but will always be loved and never forgotten. It would be great if you would Sponsor through our special Scarlett’s Friends program.
Life Residence who need Sponsors
A beautiful black and white paint gelding, seized for abuse. Good disposition (has forgiven humans), will be a life resident because of broken nose and chronic swelling of back legs (healing prospect very good). Used to teach novices about care of a horse and what abuse scars can look like. Easy needs your help to recover and be healthy.
Big husky TB gelding, injured on race track, not race-able but used for light riding. Good lesson horse or just to get around horses. A sponsor would be great to help Slew give back to the community.
24 years young, solid built bay gelding. Wise, stubborn, and a great pack horse.
Can pack equipment or people. Loved as a lesson horse, likes people.
Tall TB mare, fast and fun to ride for experienced rider, has somewhat of an attitude, excellent for demonstrations. Was part of a seizure, has trust issues and needs to be handled by selected individuals only. Beautiful animal, needs sponsor to stay that way.
A young white gelding with blue eyes, what a looker. Playboy came to LCAR thru a seizure. Unfortunately for a while it was a real struggle for him, he had surgery and spent 6 days at Linn Veterinary Hospital. Because of his special needs he will remain at the facility. He is a real character and is loved by everyone that is around him. Playboy needs a sponsor.
Saved from death by a law enforcement seizure, the older, gentle, gelding is ideal for educating the public about the needs and rewards of being a caretaker for horses.
There are other life residence that need sponsors, donate to the horses who need you.
ITS ALL ABOUT THE WELFARE OF THE HORSES
PO Box 2669 Lebanon, OR 97355 · 541-258-3422 · LinnCountyAnimalRescue@yahoo.com