Welcome to the Michigan Horse Welfare Coalition Site

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The Michigan Horse Welfare Coalition is dedicated to helping horse owners struggling to provide for their animals, and to saving as many horses as possible from abuse, abandonment and neglect. Our coalition of rescue organizations, veterinarians, law enforcement officials, equine media, and concerned citizens provides responsible horse owners with hay, veterinary, and humane euthanasia assistance, and assists law enforcement agencies with the response to equine neglect, abandonment, and cruelty cases.

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Need Hay Assistance?

Please visit our Hay Bank Page

Need to Place a Horse?

Please visit our Resource Page where you will find a number of links to list your horse

Are you a Law Enforcement Official?

Please visit our Resource Page where you will find helpful links to assessing the condition of horses

Do You Suspect Abuse/Neglect in Your Neighborhood?

 http://www.michiganhorsewelfare.org/news/692

 


What’s Happening

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The Michigan Horse Welfare Coalition
July 15, 2014 at 6:38 pm

The MHWC is currently seeking a volunteer to lead our fundraising efforts that literally hundreds of horses across the state of Michigan depend on each year! We are specifically looking for someone with grant writing experience or at least a strong willingness to learn about grant writing. If you are interested, please email us at info@michiganhorsewelfare.org

The Michigan Horse Welfare Coalition
Facebook IconJuly 11, 2014 at 1:59 am

Excellent opinion piece in U.S. News & World Report about the cruelty of horse soring. The federal Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act, H.R.1518/S. 1406, now has the bipartisan sponsorship of 300 Representatives and 57 Senators. Learn more about how you can help pass this legislation at http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/tenn_walking_horses/facts/what_is_soring.html

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The Sadistic Treatment of Tennessee Walking Horses

http://www.usnews.com

The long-neglected, inhuman treatment of these noble animals must be brought to an end.

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