UPDATE ON CAMILLA

UPDATE ON CAMILLA

The elderly mare, rescued from under a bridge in Chiclana, is doing well. She is thriving on the food and attention she is receiving. Our vets have been assessing her as she appeared to have a problem with undigested feed coming out of her nostrils as green slime. An...

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SHARING KNOWLEDGE

SHARING KNOWLEDGE

SHARING KNOWLEDGE Our gentle giant Senador, who spent some time as a police horse before the work became too much for him, has a “holiday job”. He is helping students at a local summer camp run by one of our volunteers. Recently he was a model for Steffi to do some...

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PIRATA’S PROGRESS

PIRATA’S PROGRESS

The severely injured horse abandoned and left to die in the campo, (along with another who was not lucky enough to be rescued in time), is doing well. He is still at our vet's stables receiving daily treatment but is putting on weight and eating well. He had a slight...

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GOODBYE ELLY AND WELCOME STEFFI

GOODBYE ELLY AND WELCOME STEFFI

For the last three years Elly Brooks has been in charge of horse welfare and rehoming at the ARCH Rescue Centre. She has been instrumental in helping the charity grow and has consistently worked to her very high standards. Elly has been involved with an amazing...

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A NEVER-ENDING STRUGGLE

A NEVER-ENDING STRUGGLE

Over the past few weeks ARCH has taken in seven new rescue cases. The Centre is full to bursting and volunteers are having to deal with a heavier workload in the hot weather. But it is difficult for us to refuse to help when we hear of an animal in dire need. Last...

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PIRATA’S PROGRESS

PIRATA’S PROGRESS

The poor horse we rescued last week in such an appalling state is still with the ARCH vet, Rocío, where he is receiving the best of care and intensive daily treatment. His wounds are looking slightly better though his future is by no means certain. The severe injury...

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ABANDONED IN AGONY

ABANDONED IN AGONY

“How can anyone do this to an animal?” It’s a question animal charity volunteers have asked for too long – and, sadly, continue to ask. There appears to be no end to the cruelty that some people are willing to inflict. This week ARCH received an emergency call from...

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NEW ARRIVALS

NEW ARRIVALS

We now have two grey mares in rehabilitation here at the Centre. Both victims of cruel neglect and both from Huelva. “Maggie” (above) is the remaining rescue of the pair who arrived recently, when sadly her companion had to be put to sleep on veterinary advice after...

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RESPONDING IN AN EMERGENCY

RESPONDING IN AN EMERGENCY

Once again ARCH have taken in horses in distress at very short notice. Our animal rights lawyer contacted us late one evening and asked if we were willing to step in as SEPRONA wanted to confiscate them. Although the Centre is full at the moment we could not refuse as...

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MAKING PROGRESS

MAKING PROGRESS

Our newest rescues have benefitted from their time at ARCH and are looking much better than they did on arrival earlier this year. Veterinary care, good feeding, grooming and loving attention have made a great difference to their lives, as have the safe and peaceful...

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HELPING CATALINA

HELPING CATALINA

ARCH were contacted by Corazón Blanco Animal, an animal charity in Axarquía who alerted us to the plight of a female donkey, whose owner had apparently sold his house and abandoned his animals in a very poor state, We have taken in a large number of rescues recently...

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READ ALL ABOUT US!

READ ALL ABOUT US!

ARCH have now compiled a book about some of their many rescues. You can view this by copying the link below and pasting it into your browser.  Because of the format it is only really visible on a larger screen than a mobile phone - on a desktop, a laptop or a tablet....

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