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ASPCA honors Harmony Equine Center

Each year, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) honors excellence and leadership in various animal welfare categories. Organizations are recognized for their achievements, including vision, commitment to improving quality of life, outreach and service. The Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center is proud to receive two ASPCA awards this year.

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It takes two

Zakara and Salsa are two horses who arrived at the Harmony Equine Center from different backgrounds but with all too familiar circumstances. Both horses came from different neglect cases, both underweight, both scared and both in desperate need of a second chance at a new life. It was at Harmony that these two incredible animals learned not only to trust again, they learned what it felt like to be really loved.

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Trainer’s Tip: Overcoming buddy sour behavior

It’s not unusual for horses to come to the Harmony Equine Center together after having lived with each other for most of their lives. Sometimes, these horses exhibit a behavior commonly known as “buddy sour.” The term basically means the horses have a tough time paying attention or functioning without the other horse around, and addressing the behavior can often be scary and intimidating if you’re not prepared to deal with it.

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Lead with experience

Do you have a passion for all things equine? Maybe you would like to foster a new interest and help strengthen the community by making a difference in the lives of abused, neglected and homeless horses. If you’ve got an interest and some free time, think about volunteering at the Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center.

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Meet Mizar

Mizar is a stout, strong gelding with a lot of potential and willingness to please. He has been making great progress in our training program. Though he can get a little nervous at times, Mizar is getting more confident with every ride. Mizar would be best suited for a more advanced rider who can help him advance in his training. He is up to date on vaccinations, deworming and farrier work. 

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