Check out the latest edition. We have so much good to relay and so much work to be done. Snuggle in and browse the animals that have made their way through our gates, and those who have found their forever safe place to land. ... See MoreSee Less
In our quarterly publication you will find news regarding our intake and rescue, adoptions and fosters, as well as featured staff, volunteers, animals and more! Support Happy Trails in our mission to ...
Meet Abe Lincoln. Hoo boy, this one's got a cocky (get it??) attitude on him!! He's smoking and he knows it!! Abe really loves to strut his stuff and show off his feathers. He looks a little angry but honestly that just adds to his charm. He knows what he wants and he'll let you know, too. This guy will be a conversation starter for any family when he settles in and struts through your yard. He is one beautiful bird waiting to blossom under the care of a forever home. Please consider adopting this worthy guy by submitting an application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any blankets or towels that are sitting around not being used? The sanctuary can always use clean blankets and towels that don't have any rips or holes. We currently have 12 potbellies and each one has a blanket to help keep them warm along with their straw. We use towels in our clinic cages to keep any of the birds comfortable during times of recovery or treatment. Donations can be dropped off at the sanctuary, 5623 New Milford Rd in Ravenna. If no one is in the office, you can leave them in our donation boxes outside the gift shop. ... See MoreSee Less
Star is a gorgeous Morgan mare that came to Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary very emaciated 2 years ago. She is very healthy, happy and sound now at the estimated age of around 20 and has a stocky build and stands 14.3H. Star gets along with other horses and does well in her stall. She is broke to ride and a blast to ride around on. We feel Star is best fit for a confident beginner or intermediate rider because she does still have some prance in her step and can be a bit “looky” although, she rarely spooks. She stands well in the cross ties and to be saddled. She lowers her head for the bridal and is overall easy going. Star is an easy keeper and has good ground manners as well. Star is up to date on farrier, vet, and dental work. She is looking for her forever home to bond with and love her. Please fill out an adoption application at happytrailsfarm.org/adopt-an-animal/ if you are interested. Her adoption fee is $500. ... See MoreSee Less
May I add that our Amish horses make such amazing friends and companions for the right family. This girl is such a sweetheart and deserves the best forever home. She has worked hard and now she needs to enjoy life a bit. Cmon, we know you’re out there.
It kind of looks like her spine is sagging a little. That may be from for than being 20. I am not a fan of riding horses myself. Some more recent study has shown that it is not very good for them, a spine that long shouldn't be bearing a lot of weight right in the middle.
Hope this pretty girl find a loving and kind home.
Dakota is looking for his special foster or adopter. This handsome gelding is in his early 20's and would make a great pasture pal. He is almost totally blind, but don't let this steer you away from him, he is very gentle and does well out in the pasture with others and in his stall. He has not been ridden while at the sanctuary, but we have had a saddle on him and worked with desensitizing to give him a job. Please fill out an adoption application at: happytrailsfarm.org/adopt-an-animal/ and return to email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less