ACE members are committed to enhancing the lives of all equines in Arizona through education and assistance to the owners, and when necessary, the prosecution of persons who commit acts of cruelty against equines contrary to existing laws.
Updates on the ACE Assistance Program
Rosita: Rehab and Recovery Update April 7, 2014
Rosita has sailed through her complex surgery at Arizona Equine in Phoenix to straighten her injured front legs. Ligaments were cut on both sides, with the right leg requiring a specialized splint due to the severity of the contraction and the traumatic injuries sustained, ridden too hard and too young.
Now recovering well, Rosie was feeling rambunctious enough to break the splint applied right after surgery from her newly found activity level! Keeping the splint on is key to her proper healing so she requires close supervision.
A heartfelt Thank You to everyone who contributed to her surgical fund to make this possible.
To Read More about Rosita’s Rehab and Recovery Update for April 7, 2014 and how you can help Click Here
Rosita Arrives At Arizona Equine Hospital To Prepare For Her Surgery
Heartfelt thanks and sincere appreciation to the donors who contributed to the fund for Rosie’s surgery. As of today, the full amount needed to schedule her procedure has come in and the next step is to arrange with her surgeon the date and time to start her new life. Stay tuned for updates on Rosie’s surgery, recovery and rehab!
Rosita Fundraiser Appeal
“They just wanted to get rid of her”
Click Here To Read Rosita’s And How To Help Her
A Helping Hand for Sonny and Lucky
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Happy news for the beautiful Arab/Mustang “Nevada”!
Click Here To Read More Of This Story On Nevada
ACE Announces ASPCA Grant Award
ACE is thrilled and deeply honored to announce the receipt of a generous grant from the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®). This grant award will be used to support the ACE Assistance Program to help financially distressed equine owners in need of temporary help to maintain appropriate levels of care. ACE extends sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to the ASPCA Equine Fund grant program for their support of Arizona equines.
In 2011, the ASPCA Equine Fund awarded nearly $1.5 million in grant funding to 165 non-profit equine welfare organizations in 38 states whose focus and expertise is concentrated on reducing the suffering of equines who have lost their homes or been cruelly treated. The ASPCA Equine Fund grants program seeks to award equine organizations who strive to achieve best practices, including sound horse care, maintenance of updated websites and robust fundraising practices.
To learn more about the ASPCA Equine Fund, visit www.aspcapro.org.