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Horses Recover at Anna Equine Center

It has been a long road to recovery for more than a dozen horses that were allegedly neglected by their owners.
June 19, 2014 – It has been a long road to recovery for more than a dozen horses that were allegedly neglected by their owners.

The Anna Equine Veterinary Center is a home for those horses, and others, to recover.

Twenty-two horses were rescued from awful conditions in Mercer County and brought to Erie.

They've been nursed back to health, along with Northstar, who was set on fire suffering severe burns.

Ruth Thompson Carroll and her team at the Anna Equine Veterinary Center nursed the 22 horses back to good health.

In October, the horses had poor nutrition and a severe skin disease.

But today, they're healthy again after they were rescued from deplorable conditions in Mercer County.

Five adults are left for adoption along with three babies that were born at the facility.

Thompson Carroll said they've been at the barn for a year now and it's a dream come true for her.
She can't wait to show it off to the public at the open house this weekend.

If you want to check out the Anna Equine Center, the open house is set for June 22nd from 1 p.m. 4 p.m. at 9240 Route 6N in Albion.

You can meet the equine vet, clinic coordinator and all of the horses up for adoption.

There is an application process to adopt the horses. You can learn all about that at the open house.

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