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Meet Our Residents
Here are just a few of our current residents at the Sanctuary!
Penny was a rescue from TX who lost both eyes to glaucoma and is living life to the fullest here at the sanctuary!
Boomer was found at the turn of a lonely country road we call 'coyote corner' skinny, frightened, and all alone. He is now large and in charge at The Sanctuary at Black Horse Manor.
Brady came from a local rescue as a wild and rambunctious puppy. Not much has changed and this hound/Great Pyrenees/Terrier mix keeps us entertained with his antics all day long.
Jodie, the most appreciative dog ever, was thought to be an injured coyote found in a neighbor's pasture. Upon closer inspection, we found this Shepherd mix dehydrated, emaciated with bloody paws and in much need of TLC from the Sanctuary where she happily calls her forever home.
The day after her mom arrived at the Sanctuary, she gave birth to one of the favorite and much celebrated alpacas on the farm! Mom needed a lot of help with delivering this little surprise, so little Olivia is imprinted on humans and doesn't know she's an alpaca!
Sully, Sanctuary favorite, escaped euthanasia by 3 minutes thanks to a devoted vet and a call from a friend. The owners didn't care if he was euthanized because they did not want him. Talk about happy ending, this big ol' bear after being chained to a tree for 7 years hit the jackpot when he arrived at the Farm!
Peanut arrived at the farm with 9 other donkeys when a good-hearted neighbor promised the former owner he'd find a good home for his pets. Good homes were eventually found for all the others but the previously skittish Mr. Peanut is now the CEO of all donkeys arriving at the Sanctuary.
Accountability, a.ka. Billy, is a very sweet colt that was injured in a stall accident shortly after he was born. He will never be able to be ridden, but we will make sure he has a good, comfortable, and full life as a result of the specialized vet care he requires for recovery.
Sponsor a Friend
Have you visited the farm before or see a furry friend here you would like to sponsor? All these animals need love, care, feed, and medical treatment. Sponsor your favorite furry friend today!