Here at Deer Creek Structures, we make it our business to heed the call given by our Creator to treat the animals of this domain with respect and charity.
We may ride upon a steed to get us where we need to go, but we should also do our part in caring for these majestic creatures and help them enjoy the life that they’ve been blessed with.
It always gives us a thrill to hear about the operations of rescue shelters around the country that have made it their mission to cater to abused and neglected horses.
As this article published by ErieTVNews.com discusses, a community in northeastern Pennsylvania will be seeing the completion of a new facility for equine rescue in the coming months.
The A.N.N.A. Shelter, which stands for the Association for Needy and Neglected Animals, recently revealed its latest shelter intended for horse rescue in the borough of Albion in Erie County. The A.N.N.A. Shelter already operates facilities in Erie and Corry for the rescue and care of neglected cats and dogs.
The animal care shelter began housing rescued horses about two years ago, but waited until only very recently to announce those operations to the public.
- In the two years of operation, the shelter has grown from one horse to 57 total equine rescues being cared for at the facility. The horse shelter also includes a training center, a rehabilitation site and an equine health clinic.
Those who own horses in this corner of the United States should be happy about the news that these facilities will also be offered to the public.
The area surrounding Albion is rural, and many horse owners may not have any options nearby for effective health care and training services for their horses.
Deer Creek Structures offers the highest praise to those who give of themselves to make this existence better for all of God’s living creatures. If you need an effective shelter for your horses, which ensures their safety and minimizes the health risks of exposure, call us to discuss our horse barn and run-in shed options.