Missy's Hope Equine Rescue Resource 



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There Is A Viable Alternative To Equine Slaughter

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Slide Show Gallery

This is a slide show of a body condition scale.  


     If you see a horse with a body condition of 0, 1, or 2, please try to get photo documentation and make a note of everything that you see.  Then contact the owner of the horse, if you feel it is safe to do so.  Above All Be POLITE.  Try to find out as much as you can about the horse.  It may be a recent rescue from a neglect situation.  Try to take note of hay or any feed source near the horse, shelter, and fresh water sources.  Pay attention to what the owner tells you about the horse.  As soon as you can, take notes of your conversation with the owner.

     If you feel that the horse is in danger, please contact a local equine rescue.  They are used to handling situations like this.  If you do not know of a local rescue, feel free to email me with the email listed at the bottom of the page.  I will be more than happy to help you locate the closest rescue.


Here is a slide show of horses that have been saved by different individuals and rescues from the kill buyer.


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