Help Us Give Rescue Horses a Second Chance
There are close to 200,000 horses in need of care and shelter. That’s why Purina sponsors A Home for Every Horse — a program to help find homes for horses in need. Through this sponsorship, we supply participating rescue shelters with the high-quality nutrition developed by the Ph.D. Equine Nutritionists at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center. To date, we’ve donated more than 400 tons of feed.
Purina will donate $150,000 in free feed coupons to rescue shelters participating in the A Home for Every Horse Program. To start, we’re giving $125,000. And you can help us donate the rest.
Just share this page to help spread the word. Each time you do, between May 5 and September 5, 2014, Purina will donate $1, up to an additional $25,000.
Nutrition is Key to Bringing Rescue Horses Back to Good Health
“When Twinkle arrived off the truck, he was in worse shape than we had been told. We then added Purina® Equine Senior® horse feed to his diet. Twinkle's body condition went from a 1.5 to a beautiful, healthy body weight within six months. He grew a beautiful, shiny coat, his hooves grew strong and he got a twinkle back in his eye. Twinkle was adopted by the first family that met him. He passed his vet check and soundness evaluations with flying colors, and he is now training to become a dressage horse and jumper.”
- Joy, Harmony New Beginnings Animal Rescue
Purina® Equine Senior® horse feed was one of many factors that helped these horses' recovery. Purina is proud to assist rescue shelters with one of many resources needed to bring troubled horses back to good health.*
ADVICE FROM THE EXPERTS
Getting a Rescue Horse Back to Good Health
At the Purina Animal Nutrition Center, Kelly Vineyard, Ph.D., Research Equine Nutritionist, lives and breathes equine nutrition research. She’s provided some guidance to get a malnourished horse on the path to good health.
Understand the importance of working closely with an equine veterinarian.
Develop an immediate re-feeding plan for the first 10 days.
Closely monitor the first 10 days of re-feeding.
Implement a long-term feeding plan.