Arizona creates rescue registry to aid abandoned horses

10/27/2010 | Arizona Capitol Times

Arizona's Department of Agriculture has created a registry of approved horse-rescue organizations, in an effort to help find safe places for abandoned horses and provide a resource for horse owners who can no longer care for their animals. Organizations applying to be included must be nonprofit organizations that have been approved by a veterinarian, as the state seeks to avoid disreputable organizations that seek to profit by selling animals left in their care.

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