28 Oct, 21

I have watched the Facebook page of Oakdale Equine Rescue for some time. They work really hard doing the best for the many animals who come their way. To name a few of their projects from this summer: They rescued a Blind Mare with twins starving on public lands. Stallion mustang that needed gelding and teeth floated. Belgian draft mare with a screw in her frog. And Recently a Gray Percheron from Nevada. They work with The Flags up Farm of Monty and Pat Roberts of Solvang, CA on evaluation and training for many horses. No wonder they are able to place many of their animals all over the Central Valley of California as well as in the San Francisco Bay Area and several others in homes as far away as Idaho. People trust their evaluations of animals because they are accurate. They do not rush rehoming. They try to match the right people with the right animal. That takes people who work well with animals and work well with humans. Hard to come by in this day and age. They also have a wonderful group of volunteers that make it all happen. They add a great deal to the Community of Oakdale, CA.