What We Do
In the interest of providing the best possible care for the many horses in need, Mylestone does the following:
- Promotes public education about the plight of abused and neglected horses and encourages regulatory action on their humane treatment and transportation.
- Mylestone works with humane officials to reduce abuse and neglect.
- Provides ongoing care through a Mylestone affiliated, paid, licensed veterinarian and monitors general welfare through regular visits by trained Mylestone staff.
- Establishes standards for care: Mylestone provides regular veterinary care including shots, worming, dentistry, and farrier services as well as special care needs.
- When, due to illness or injury, comfort can no longer be assured, Mylestone provides humane euthanasia for a painless end.
- Horses that are rehabilitated are available for adoption to "qualified" homes.
Read more about the services Mylestone to its residents and to the public.