MEET OUR THERAPY ANIMALS

ANT is proud to offer a forever home to a variety of rescued farm animals, including horses, miniature horses, goats, llama, chickens, rabbits, dogs, & a barn cat!
Each animal plays an important role in our work with youth, veterans, & elders, whether on the farm or out in the community.
These animals offer wisdom, comfort, and friendship to those most in need, and enjoy a compassionate, loving home at Windy Acres Farm.
If you would like to support our rescued therapy animals, please visit our Donate page.

Abby Therapy Horse Rescue Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
Obi Obrigado Therapy Horse Rescue Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
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Sundance Therapy Horse Rescue Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
Rusty Therapy Horse Rescue Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
Starlight Therapy Horse Rescue Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
Sie Rescued Therapy Horse Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
Moonshadow Therapy Horse Rescue Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham
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Midnight Mocha Rescued Therapy Horse at Animals as Natural Therapy Miniature Horse Bellingham
Persephone Rescued Therapy Horse Miniature Horse Animals as Natural Therapy
Toby Miniature Therapy Horse Rescued Bellingham Animals as Natural Therapy
Therapy Cat Bellingham Animals as Natural Therapy #figgyonthings
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Therapy Chickens Bellingham Animals as Natural Therapy
Therapy Llama Esquel Bellingham Rescue Llama Animals as Natural Therapy
Therapy Rabbit Bellingham Rescue Animals
Gabby Therapy Dog Golden Retriever Animals as Natural Therapy Bellingham

EQUUS Foundation 2019 Guardian BellinghamWe are honored to be recognized as an EQUUS FoundationGuardian
as part of the Equine Welfare Network, providing:

  • Shelter and rehabilitation for America’s horses subjected to abuse and neglect, and at risk for slaughter;
  • Retraining and re-homing of America’s horses in transition with careers as companions, teachers, and especially healers;
  • Opportunities for horses to change people’s lives, especially in the area of Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT);
  • Peaceful and humane retirement and end of life for aged horses that ensure that they are able to live out their lives in comfort and with dignity

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