LPR currently operates a network of volunteers in Washington State, California and Texas. These volunteers monitor activities at feedlots and auction houses as well as work with private individuals looking for neglected, injured and at-risk animals. Based upon available monies, volunteers rescue the animals and begin the process for the long-term care of the animals. LPR’s objective is to expand our network of rescue volunteers throughout the Western United States.
“Celia the owner has taught me from the ground up…”
“She really cares about the horses, tries to rescue as many as she can and trains them. She knows each animal’s personality and if something isn’t right, Celia will be up all night caring for the animal. The ranch is very organized and depends on donations and volunteers to keep going. Throughout the year, volunteers organize various fundraisers to keep the rescue going. It takes a village to keep this rescue going, and we have a great, knowledgeable leader and hardworking crew.”
— Elyce N.
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The average cost of feed and basic care for each animal on the ranch is approximately $500 per month. Unfortunately, the horses we rescue are usually in need of additional care and support. We allocate another $400 per month per animal to cover the basic overhead costs including veterinary care, farrier, water and electricity. This cost allows us to maintain our operations in Rancho Santa Fe, CA, and continue our “outreach” program throughout the Western United States to rescue horses, donkeys and farm animals. These funds also give us the opportunity to expand our equine therapy and educational programs.
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