Believe Ranch and Rescue is not only about saving animals in need but it would like to open its arm to individuals searching for something more out of life. People who want to connect deeper with animals in need and perhaps even reconnect with themselves. This is an organization that would like to offer a series of programs, classes, clinics and lectures intended to bring people and animals together to help make change. From Leadership courses, self-empowerment clinics, lectures, horse and dog handling classes and more, BRR offers it all.
Educational Clinics :
Finding yourself Through the Eyes of a Horse
So you think you want to own a horse?
Exactly what it says. An educational clinic for people exploring the possibility of owning a horse and what that would take.
So you think you want to own a dog?
The process of going from purchasing a puppy or dog to working through the stages of life with a puppy and puppy ownership. Teaching responsible ownership.
Believe Ranch and Rescue is currently home to three beautiful Equine Coaches. Two rescued from dire Circumstances yet proving to not only themselves but everyone around them that they are still Valued Members of Society. In time Believe Ranch and rescue will have a list of horses that have been evaluated rehabilitated and available for adoption. Until then its resident herd is here to help, educate, teach and heal.
Meet the herd!
Savannah - Not Available For Adoption :
Having been rescued from an abusive situation in New Mexico at only one year old Savannah was as wild as they come. Having known only fear and torture from her human handlers Savannah bears a scar on her flank where humans carved a brand with a hot searing knife. Her fear of people ran deep and after years of rehabilitation and training Savannah was Adopted by Siri Lindley ( Believe Ranch and rescue President) in 2016. Together they embarked on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. They learn from one another each and every day as Savannah teaches her human family what it means to be an authentic partner and her family teaches her that people can be kind and loving. Today they are working hard to bring awareness, empowerment and education to those seeking it. Savannah is an incredible coach and athlete when it comes to helping individuals find their own leader within.
Cassie - Not Available For Adoption :
This beautiful blonde bombshell was once not as happy go lucky as you see her today. As a young horse she was overworked and overused as man saw in her a potential they wanted to exploit. Because of this she was injured and unable to be ridden. Those injuries paved the way for Cass to find statuary at a loal horse rescue. During that same time Siri Lindley was going through the process of adopting her horse Savannah. As Siri and her Wife Rebekah Keat (co president of Believe Ranch and Rescue) often visited the rescue frequently they couldn't help but fall in love with the adorable golden mare. Cass worked her way into their hearts as easy as breathing and continues to provide a selfless love to her human family. Cass is an incredible coach when it comes to working with individuals in need of gaining confidence. Her gentle guidance has been a tremendous asset to the programs offered here at Believe Ranch and rescue.
Until Believe Ranch and Rescue has a base of operations capable of housing and training rescue dogs its Board, staff, and volunteers work diligently in the community to help its existing unwanted dog population.
Currently Believe Ranch and Rescue is working hard with other Rescue organizations to partner, build trust, and find forever and foster homes alike to keep as many dogs out of harms way as possible. If you are interested in fostering or adopting a dog from Believe Ranch and Rescue please fill out the applications in the links below. Setting up viable and long term foster homes is the first step to getting Believe Ranch and Rescue off its feet.
You can be the difference for one dogs life. Please fill out a foster application today. A board or staff member will be in contact with you as quickly as possible to evaluate your application to evaluate if your home is appropriate for our foster program. It would also be helpful to have a number of people on a list who could readily take in a dog in need should a foster situation suddenly fall through due to unforeseen circumstances.