San Diego Humane Society and SPCA

Hauling a HorseAnimal Rescue Reserve Saves Horse!

On Friday afternoon, March 16, the Animal Rescue Reserve received a call for help.  A horse, Will Rogers, had fallen during a trail ride and was stuck in a ravine.  Though the owner was not hurt, the horse could not free himself. 

The Humane Society's Animal Rescue Reserve unit along with the County of San Diego Department of Animal Services and the City of San Diego Fire Department help to free Will and get him to safety.

View his dramatic rescue, step-by-step!

If you would like to support the Animal Rescue Reserve and other life-saving programs at the San Diego Humane Society please consider making a donation today.

About the Animal Rescue Reserve

The San Diego Humane Society's Animal Rescue Reserve (ARR) is a team of highly trained volunteers dedicated to assisting people during disasters, by safely evacuating horses, livestock and household pets. ARR is a program of the Investigations Department and also works throughout San Diego County to rescue domestic animals or livestock that are trapped and cannot free themselves. ARR provides these services free of charge.
Learn more about the Animal Rescue Reserve>> 




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