LCAR offers programs for
the developmentally disabled and
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder the
last two Saturdays
of every month. Call for details!
Its interesting to know science is now proving what horse people have always known.
Psychologists at Sussex University,explored the equine capacity to read the human face and emotions.
They can not only tell whether a human is angry, or happy, they react to those emotions.
NEVER GO TO THE BARN ANGRY!
The Hebrew Bible urged kindness toward
animals and Christians such as St. Francis of Assisi, now almost universally recognized as the
Patron Saint of Animals, carried that concept even further.
” Thibodeau said. While the measures might seem extreme, they’re not so different
from modern groups who use litigation, legislation, and other tools to advocate
against animal cruelty.
Today, animal welfare advocates are exploring ways to engage
faith communities in animal welfare advocacy issues, as well.
Winter is here, lots of work to keep both equine and dogs dry
and comfortable. All the animal that need extra protection
have winter blankets and coats, especially the older ones.
They are rotated so each has a time in the fresh air and sunshine,
when it comes out. Each horse has their own special stall
and the dogs have their own beds.
Two projects we hope to finish this year is
(1) put outside walls on the arena and
(2) new indoor dog room plus covered
outside runs. This being done with Grants,
We appreciates the extra effort and
donations from the different individuals,
businesses, and volunteers. You are special.
HELP SAVE A LIFE—SPONSOR A HORSE WITH A MONTHLY
for one horse or for all.
Life Residents at LCAR are the ones
that are not adoptable and are with us for a reason,
some for injury others age or physical condition.
Call 541-258-3422 for details!!
All Donations are tax deductible. Donations
an be made thru this website or:
mailed to PO Box 2669 Lebanon, Or 97355.