Run don’t walk! To the annual Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County (HAROTC) Garage and Tack Sale September 9th, 10th, and 11th, 2016 From 9am to 3pm HAROTC has gathered donations and tack which will be for sale at: 5520 43rd Court NE (Foxhall Subdivision) (Entrance to the …
Bail was set at $2,500 for a Yelm man accused of abusing his 11 sheep and growing marijuana at his home.
March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month. Here courtesy of Northwest Equine Stewardship Center is a list of the Pacific Northwest “Deadly 7” toxic weeds and plants that livestock owners should learn to recognize and the symptoms they can cause in your animals.
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If you have a Fred Meyer rewards card, you can donate to HAROTC while you shop with Fred Meyer’s Community Rewards.
Trainer Bruce Hall came out for an all day session with our foster horses October 5. Most of our adoptable foster horses, and many of our volunteers participated.
The HAROTC tack and garage sale fundraiser is this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 6 and 7, 9am to 3pm. This is part of the wider Foxhall Community Association neighborhood sale. (Entrance at Hawk’s Prairie Road and Foxhall Drive NE – Lacey) Our sale is at 5520 – 43rd Court …
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County will be having a fundraiser garage and tack sale on September 6 and 7, 2014. Location details coming soon. If you have any gently used items you’d like to donate for this sale, please contact Maggie at (360)459-4170. We’re especially looking for “big ticket” …
On the last day of the Thurston County Fair, HAROTC will be bringing a few of our horses to participate in a Rescue Pet Roundup, featuring adoptable animals from several local animal rescues. People can see and meet animals and fill out applications if they are interested in adopting! The event will be Sunday August 3rd in the Hicks Lake Barn, Thurston County Fairgrounds, 3054 Carpenter Road SE, Lacey.
Two horses and a mule were seized from a rural farm, part a shocking case of animal cruelty in Thurston County. One horse was in such bad shape veterinarians had to put him down on the spot. The case is being investigated by the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office and investigators say it’s not the first time the animal’s owners have been accused of abuse.