Care for Hooves
Corrective horse shoes
Best Friends Animal Society
The old saying “No Hoof, No Horse” is all too true. One of the leading causes of horses needing to come to the sanctuary is problems with their hooves. There have been major advances in farrier science (podiatry for horses) and a lot of our horses benefit from corrective foot care. Horses need routine maintenance of their feet every eight weeks, on average.
Your gift will pay for one horse at the sanctuary to get his/her feet trimmed.