"Together We Make A Difference"
This is what we do! We assist Animal Control and law enforcement in northern MIchigan with horses that need help with veterinary care, farrier care, dentistry, groceries, a safe landing spot, training, and a new beginning. These are the 2017 horses that came to us through seizures. The first three horses pictured have a second chance and are on the road to recovery. The fourth picture is of Star, who did not have a second chance. Star's intervention came too late to reverse the damage her emaciated state had caused to her organs. It is for horses like Sadie, Lilly, Quantro and Star that we volunteer to raise awareness of neglect, abuse, and abandonment and say "not in our community or anywhere".
Let's make 2018 the year that no horse in this sad condition be the photo on our website!
Monthly Horse North Rescue Meetings
Horse North Rescue meets monthly and invites all of its volunteers and the public to meet with the HNR board members and learn about upcoming events, updates on the horses, and ways in which we need your help! Please join us at our monthly meetings that are held at the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 3686 S. Airport Road W., Traverse City, Michigan located across from Sam's Club and next to Best Buy.
The next meeting is scheduled for:
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 6:30pm.
Please consider joining us!
New Volunteer Orientations are available the first Tuesday of every month at 4pm at our rescue site. Please reserve your spot and get directions by calling 231-645-4674.
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Horse North Rescue is Guidestar Silver accredited. See this link for more information.
Rusty is an amazingly strong, beautiful animal that found safety and rehabilitation with Horse North Rescue. Rusty was rescued from an abusive situation and was lucky to survive his previous home. To learn more about Rusty's rescue and rehabilitation, please click here.
To help with our rescue horses, please click the "Donate" button below on your screen! Rusty thanks you for any donations to help keep his friends on the road to recovery!