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Freedom Hill Horse Rescue

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Freedom Hill Horse Rescue is a public non-profit 501(c)(3) organization staffed solely by volunteers who are committed to saving neglected, abused and unwanted horses that are typically difficult to adopt. We are in need of a volunteer with horse care experience who can do weekly health checks of our residents to identify injury or health concerns that should be referred to a veterinarian or minor conditions that can be treated by our volunteer staff. When short term daily treatment is beyond the capabilities of our volunteers, the ideal candidate would be available to administer treatment on an as needed basis. The ideal candidate would also provide guidance and recommendations for the dietary needs of the horses in our care. We will work to your schedule.

For more information on our organization please visit our website at www.freedomhillhorserescue.com.

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About Freedom Hill Horse Rescue

Location:

7940 Flint Hill Road, Owings, MD 20736, US

Mission Statement

Freedom Hill Horse Rescue is dedicated to rescuing horses from neglect, abuse, abandonment, and slaughter. We strive to improve the lives of horses by providing a safe haven for healing and rehabilitation, while working with our equine partners to educate, inspire, and improve the lives of youth and their families.

Description

Freedom Hill Horse Rescue is a public non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to saving neglected, abused and unwanted horses that are typically difficult to adopt. These horses are often older, sustained injuries, or developed chronic disease. Because most cannot be ridden or medical treatment is beyond the reach of many people, these gentle souls often find themselves at auction or on a trailer to the slaughterhouse. It doesn’t have to be this way.

Older, injured, and well-managed horses still have a lot of love to give and deserve to live a life with dignity and compassion. These horses, after rehabilitation and healing, often become amazing healers themselves to the people they encounter.

Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

7940 Flint Hill RoadOwings, MD 20736

(38.68494,-76.65583)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Veterinary

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 13
  • Orientation or Training
  • Horse experience

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