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Tiny Hooves Rescue was very happily founded in 2015. Though a small sanctuary, the hard work and care that is given is tremendous! THR currently resides on a 12-acre farm property in southeastern Wisconsin. Tiny Hooves is dedicated to the rescue and ... Read more
Tiny Hooves Rescue was very happily founded in 2015. Though a small sanctuary, the hard work and care that is given is tremendous! THR currently resides on a 12-acre farm property in southeastern Wisconsin. Tiny Hooves is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of farm animals, and inspiring the change in the human and animal bond. We promise to provide shelter, care, and rehabilitation for abused, neglected, abandoned, and unwanted small breed farm animals, including ones that can no longer be cared for by their owners. They deserve our respect and would rejoice in a world where they could live harmoniously with the human animal. It starts with you!
People that connect and work with animals understand and share the existential bond; which benefits both animal and human participant alike. Are you looking for a unique volunteer experience with animals of all different shapes, sizes, and personalities? The hooved, furry, and feathered residents of Tiny Hooves Rescue are always eager to spend time with new volunteers. Whether it is brushing one of our miniature donkeys, assisting with socializing one of the goats or the friendly pot belly pig, feeding the roosters and chickens, or cleaning out enclosures while getting kisses from our miniature horses, there is never a boring moment at Tiny Hooves.
Tiny Hooves is open to large groups or individual volunteers. We accept individuals under the age of 18 with a guardian’s supervision while working with our residents. Please visit our website and Facebook to learn more information about our residents. Please contact Beca for more information about volunteer opportunities and to get connected!