Meet Your Rescues

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You Made Their Story Possible.

They simply would not exist without you. So many companion animals are abused, neglected and discarded - most of them are euthanized due to overcrowded shelters or sent to slaughter when no one steps in to save them.

You help by simply buying the skincare you love! Below are the many ongoing animal rescue & care initiatives you help with as you shop.

Rescues

Granny Update
Granny’s Hospital Stay Our beloved Granny faced quite the challenge as she found herself in the hospital due to a troublesome Gastric Impaction. It was...
Mae's Health Scare & Miraculous Comeback
We've got some big news to share about our dear Mae, the 35-year-old rescue horse. This week kicked off with a major challenge when our...
Theo's Eye on the Mend
A Surprising Saturday This Saturday brought us an unexpected twist when we noticed Theo's right eye was swollen and teary. We didn't waste a moment,...
A Maggot a Day
A Maggot a Day Keeps the Infection Away For months, our elderly mare, Daisy, suffered from a chronic abscess in her hoof that seemed untreatable...
Sweet Little Light Lost
Sweet Little Light We lost our sweet Lilo to a tragic accident, and it's been really difficult to bear. At our property, we use hay...
2 Difficult Goodbyes
This past weekend, we made the most humane decision for our two beloved elderly draft horses, Summer and Autumn: helping them peacefully pass on from...
There Will Never Be Another
Sweet Willow Crossed the Rainbow Bridge Yesterday afternoon, Willow passed peacefully. It was an honor to care for her these last 4 years, thanks to...
Stepping in Pain
Limping and Lame Spirit, our sweet little pony, has been limping. His breed is prone to laminitis and his condition is one of the reasons...
Serious Stomach Upset
Brooks stopped eating After breakfast this morning, we noticed Brooks laid down and left his food in the bowl. We've learned that for animals, not...
Too Late
Rescue Mission No Matter the Outcome  There are animals you just can't get out of your mind. And this was one of those. This beautiful...
A Monstrous Sore No More
The Basketball-Sized Sore is Gone Summer, once a tractor-pulling draft horse, who came in with a Sarcoid that grew to over 31" inches in width, is...
Leaning but Standing
Struggling for Balance  Two weeks ago, Willow started showing signs of a neurological issue. In fact, she started walking sideways - doing the “Electric Slide” or...

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