EQUINE RESCUE OUTAKUNTROL
Helping the Innocent - Saving the Abused - Giving Life
Saving Animal Life
Equine Rescue Outakuntrol is a rescue and sanctuary dedicated to help save abandon, abused, neglected, starving horses of today's economy. Within our capability all breeds of horses are accepted into our shelter.
We provide Life Saving Veterinary care, vaccines, farrier serivces, shelter, feed, minerals and training to rehabilitate any animal in need. We find loving forever adoptive homes for these animals after rehabilitation. Older non adoptable horses live the remainder of their lives here at our sanctuary.
We are settled on a ranch in the beautiful rolling hills of Caliente, Ca.
HORSES AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
Animal Mobile Emergency Evacation Unit
Equine Rescue Outakuntrol is developing a Mobile Animal Emergency Evacuation Unit. A free community service to serve Kern County and surrounding areas. We are actively seeking foundation grants to purchase a mobile response trailer. A grant award is critical to the success of this animal emergency response unit.
Our Goal is to provide state of the art equipment and resources for animal evacuation support in the event of a disaster, we will assist the public, emergency response personal and local animal controls, Set a on site temporary shelter and keep a log of lost and found animals.
ERO is very committed to this community service to help all animals that perviously had to be left behind in a disaster ie:wildfire, flood, earthquake. We have dedicated qualified volunteer personnel ready to respond.
Show You Care for the Companion Animals of Kern and Surrounding counties By Making a Contribution Now! Click the secure Paypal link above, Your Donation is tax deductable! Thank You
ADOPT A RESCUED HORSE
HELP SAVE ANIMAL LIFE
1. If you witness animal abuse or neglect, contact your local animal control, law enforcement agency or 661-867-2508 all calls to this number are confidential.
2. Prepare for disasters. Make sure you have a plan for your pet in the event of a fire, flood or other disaster.
3. Make sure your pet wears an identification tag to enable him to be returned to you if lost or found.
4. Plan for your pet's future in case something happens to you.
5. You can help animals find new homes by volunteering at your local animal shelter or rescue.
REPORT ANIMAL ABUSE - 661-867-2508
Animals & Emergency Evacuation
Our Board Members are Certified by FEMA in National Emergency Training for Animals in Disasters and Community Planning. If you are interested in attending one of our Emergency Evacuation Preparation Classes, Please contact us.