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Buy a 2019 Calendar!
The 2019 calendar features some of the horses rescued by Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue Centre over the past year. These beautiful calendars make a great gift for that hard to buy for person or animal lover.
100% of the profits from each calendar go towards rehabilitation and retraining of the horses at WHHR.
2018 Feed Drive
Buy a bag of feed for one of our rescue horses, and Purina and Partners will donate back one bag of feed for every 10 purchased!
2018 Winter Open Houses
Join us for our annual Christmas Open Houses!
Sunday December 2nd, 1pm - 4pm.
Sunday December 9th, 1pm - 4pm.
Sunday December 16th, 1pm - 4pm.
The Tack Shack
Welcome to the Tack Shack - Another fundraising initiative.
Come and check out hundreds of items including new and used tack, blankets, stable sheets, riding apparel such as breeches, helmets, and gloves, gifts, supplements and more...
Find details including hours here »
How you can help
Donations can be made by:
- Cash at Greenhawk (Orangeville and Beamsville locations)
- NEW - Credit card, PayPal, or Interac through www.canadahelps.org
- Cheque payable to 'Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue' and mailed to: Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue, 1652 Concession 10 RR#5, Hagersville, ON N0A 1H0
Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue is privately funded by the efforts of the owners and kind donations of like minded animal lovers. There are currently over 60 horses in our care.
Monetary donations of any amount help and are greatly appreciated.
- $5 - a bag of shavings for bedding (one horse requires up to 5 bags of bedding every week)
- $6 to $8 - a small square bale of hay (one horse requires 1 bale of hay every day)
- $10 to $15 - a bag of feed (one horse requires 1 bag of feed every week)
- $20 to $25 - de-wormer paste for one horse (required 3 - 4 times annually)
- $35 - hoof trimming for one horse (needed every 6 weeks)
- $60 - one round bale of hay (one horse eats approximately 1 round bale in a week)
- $75 - vaccinations for one horse (needed for new rescues and annually)
- $150 - basic dental care (float) for one horse (needed for all new rescues)
- $250 - basic vet visit and check up for one horse (needed for all new rescues)
- $500 - emergency medical care (often needed for new rescues)
- $1000 plus - special medical care (i.e. surgeries for gelding, health issues, etc.)
- Feed (Masterfeed Surmount; high fat and fibre pellets; sweet feed; beet pulp; hay cubes; rice bran)
- Supplements (vitamin and mineral supplements; probiotics: vegetable oil)
- Bedding (bulk or bagged shavings; wood pellets)
- Hay (small square bales; round bales)
- Buckets (feed; water)
- Hay nets
- Blankets (all weights including rain sheets; all sizes)
- Laundry soap (for blanket cleaning)
- Shavings pitch forks (for stall mucking)
- Corn brooms
- Large shovels
- Good used tack (items not used for the Rescue horses will be sold at the Annual Tack Sale)
- Grooming mucks and gucks (shampoo; Miracle Groom; Cowboy Magic; Thrush Buster)
- First Aid Items (Vet Wrap; Bandages; anti-bacterial ointments; poultice, Animalintex; etc.)
- Sand suitable for arena footing