Monthly Archives: October 2016

Our well traveled Anderson Sling once again made a journey to Alaska. The sling was used on the Nat Geo Wild program; Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet. In the episode of “When Horses Fly”, Dr. Oakley uses the sling to air lift some wild horses to a rancher wanting to preserve the blood line. If you have Nat Geo Wild in your cable/satellite package you can either watch the program online at the link below or catch the live re-run on Saturday, 10/5 at 5pm MDT.

Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet – When Horses Fly
http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/wild/dr-oakley-yukon-vet/videos/when-horses-fly/

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Billie and Linda overlooking Lake Dillon, Ptarmigan Trail, Silverthorne

Last March, my dear Arab Diamond lost his battle with Cushing’s Disease. I knew it was time to let him go—he’d been sick for over a year– but it was so very hard. We have another older horse at the barn and we were worried that he wouldn’t do well alone. So, a wonderful friend brought her horse to our barn to keep Chance company. (more…)

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Lucky, injured, but eating

Our well-traveled Anderson Sling made a trip to the wild lands of Alaska in September of 2015. We had received a call from Colby Hunt representing a company which was producing a new series for the Animal Planet cable channel on a veterinarian in Alaska titled “Dr. Dee, Alaska Vet”. (more…)

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Free use of rescue equipment

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Forever Homes; our ultimate goal

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Volunteering, education & public awareness

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