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Virginia: Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue
Posted on Sunday, September 18 @ 09:18:37 CDT by donna

Horse Adoption and Rescue
1725 Edwardsville Rd.

Hardy, Va 24101


Fax: 540-721-1910

Approved Non-Profit 501 C 3

The purpose of Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue, Inc. is to promote the prevention of equine abuse.
RVHR shall provide shelter, food, daily care, medical treatment, rehabilitation, adoption and foster services for horses in need because they have been abandoned, neglected and/or are in need of a new home.
RVHR shall obtain legal ownership of donated horses accepted into our guardianship, with the goal to place these horses into caring and suitable adoptive homes.

RVHR shall serve as a shelter and provide care for legally impounded horses.  As legal action is being taken by the State Veterinarian, local and other authorities because of maltreatment by the horse’s owner.

RVHR has established a new assistance program for owners who may need help with their horses.  Our goal is not only to assist and educate owners, but also animal control officers that deal with equine cases.  This program varies from each individual situation, but can be as simple as answering a few questions to working and providing you with a step by step health regime for your horse.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about your horse and we'll make every effort to assist you, or help you locate a professional who can.

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