Lifeline Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit volunteer-based equine welfare organization.
Lifeline Horse Resuce and Rehabilitation was founded in 2017 in efforts to fill a need in our local community and across the country. That need is to help abused, neglected and/or unwanted horses via rescue, rehabilitation, retraining and rehoming. We are a community resource for connecting horses in need to people who can help them. We follow and advocate the guidelines of equine care set by the American Association of Equine Practitioners and the Humane Society of the United States. We work closely with a team of professionals to ensure that each rescue horse receives the care, training, and time to recover he/she needs.
In addition, we strive to prevent abuse and neglect through educational programs and community outreach. We also look to give back to the community by means of interaction with the rescued horses. The populations we aim to serve include underprivileged children, veterans, and victims of abuse.
In an effort to promote a sustainable equine practice we will incorporate elements of recycling, gardening, and composting in our program.