BGB Horse Service and Rescue
"We Believe in Second Chances"
We work with special needs adults and children and give them the opportunity to love and grow both with their physical and mental needs. Everybody and everything needs to be loved.
BGB Stands for Barely Getting By. That is what most of these horses are doing, until someone reaches out and cares for them. Everybody and Everything deserves a second chance. That is why we do what we do.
Todays economy has seen an increase in abuse, abandonment, and the inability of taking care of horses. We are all accountable for each other, and that includes horses. They rely on us for love and care, just as we have relied on them for work, livelyhood and so much over many years. We can't just turn away and pretend it does not matter. It does. They deserve respect.
All animals need our help. Please follow this link to a great organization in Eastern Idaho http://snakeriveranimalshelter.org
Call if you have any questions or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Snuffy or Teresa Kalco 208-252-1288 or 208-227-6921
Thanks to ASPCA
BGB Horse Service and Rescue would like to thank the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) for their generous grant. The money will be used for an emergency shelter and hay.
Welcome to BGB Horse Service and Rescue
For the Love of These Beautiful Animals
We are a family run non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in Rexburg Idaho. We take in abused or abandoned horses and find them homes. We care about these majestic creatures and want them to have the life they deserve. Our focus is to help them attain the highest abilities and to be placed in a wonderful home. We also want people to be educated on the responsibilites in horse ownership.
**** We would like to thank Cooper Norman in Idaho Falls Idaho for their work and funds in helping us to attain our 501(c)(3) status. We will be forever grateful. ****
We have several horses that will remain here for life. "Pete" will be a life long resident. His owner was diagnosed with cancer and family could not take care of him. Buckshot was born here after his mother came here, then she died shortly after his birth. Both Pete and Buckshot work with the handicapped and elderly.
Olympus is beautiful but has leg problems. He needs braces for the front legs, which we just purchased. He needs therapy, so he will remain a resident until he completes therapy.