We have four full sized horses at Black Dawg. There are retired racehorses, ex Mexican tripping horse and elderly.
We have "Bruce" the blind pony pictured here, as well an elderly pony and miniature horses.
We have five miniature donkeys and a feral miniature mule.
These five ladies come from different backgrounds, two are retired from a breeding operation and three elderly came from an animal cruelty case.
These elderly gentlemen came from an animal cruelty case.
Four pygmy goats and two nubian goats make their home here. They come from abandonment, abuse or hoarding cases.
These four not-so-little-pigs came from very different backgrounds. Abandonment, overbreeding and abuse to name a few.
These guardians protect their flock of goats (and the sanctuary) from the local coyotes and cougars in the area.
This kitty, Selena was found as a two week old kitten alone on a riverbank.
Turkeys and chickens that come from many different situations such as cock fighting, ritualistic sacrifice, battery cage hens and abandonment make their happy home here.
These clowns of the aquatic world have come from many different places and situations, including abandonment and overbreeding.
The three boy bunnies that make their home here are from accidental breeding situations.
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