Lacey

Lacey is a yearling standard donkey jennet who were surrendered to us from a May 2021 McLeod County humane case through Minnesota Federated Humane Societies by an owner who had too many animals and needed assistance. She came in with her mither and is still nursing but we will be weaning her soon and she will be available for adoption. Watch for updates!

Cagney

Cagney is a standard donkey jennet who were surrendered to us from a May 2021 McLeod County humane case through Minnesota Federated Humane Societies by an owner who had too many animals and needed assistance. Cagney has a yearling filly at her side who needs to be weaned. She also needs to be preg-checked before she is available for adoption. Watch for updates!

Raymond

Raymond is a standard donkey gelding (he was intact at intake but has now been gelded). He needs some continuing farrier work for badly neglected hooves. Raymond was surrendered to us from a May 2021 McLeod County humane case through Minnesota Federated Humane Societies by an owner who had too many animals and needed assistance. He is friendly but still a little cautious with handling. Watch for updates!

 

Mini Molly (Currently in Rehabilitation)

Molly is a miniature mare (approximately 36″) who came to us in May 2021 from a Freeborn County humane case through MN Federated Humane Societies. She had been running loose for quite awhile with her owner unable to catch her. She was in desperate need of farrier care and veterinary care. Her hooves have now been trimmed and we are pleased to say she is not showing signs of laminitis at this point. Her foster home says she is already beginning to trust people as well. She will need some more recovery time before she is available for adoption so we can be certain there will be no ongoing lameness issues. Watch for updates!

Carter

Carter is a larger pony (approximately 18 years old, 14hh) who came in as a stallion on 04/26/21 from a Carlton County humane case (charges are pending). He was living in horrible conditions with no turnout whatsoever. We want to thank Investigator Oquist from the Animal Humane Society of MN for assistance in this case. We also want to thank everyone at Anoka Equine Veterinary Services for their care and for the “makeover” Carter received. He has now had a dental float (he had some extremely sharp, painful points–see photo) and he has been gelded. he is putting weight on nicely and will soon go for a training assessment. Watch for updates!