Students Help Nurse Rescued Horses Back To Good Health

Published: November 29, 2008 | 7319th good news item since 2003

Late this summer 18 horses have been rescued by the Finger Lakes Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in New York.

The rescued horses needed a lot of help and intensive care and the organization asked help from faculty and the students from the Alfred State College’s veterinary and agricultural technology programs. They gladly obliged.

The students fed the horses. Veterinarians and regulators listed what the problems were with the rescued horses.

Although some horses were placed in foster care the blog of the group, 72 horses, stayed at the facility

The students and faculty of the Alfred State College have spent the entire fall semester nursing the animals back to good health.

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