Rolling Dog Farm has been home to many different types of disabled animals over the years — our residents have included blind dogs, blind horses, deaf dogs, blind cats, three-legged dogs and cats, and others with a variety of neurological and orthopedic issues.
While we focus primarily now on disabled dogs, most of whom are blind, we continue to have a blind horse — Lena, who was the very first disabled animal to come to us way back in 2000!
Our mission is not only to rescue and shelter disabled animals, but also to show that they can have a wonderful quality of life if they’re only given a chance. They get that chance at the farm, thanks to your gifts.
We have, on average, about fifteen disabled dogs at any one time. Here are a few of our current residents – they are excellent examples of the kind of happy and satisifying life that disabled animals can enjoy!
- Stella the blind Lab
- Darla: once blind, now she can see
- Wilbur the one-eyed Chihuahua
- Aurora the blind dog
- Bugsy the blind dog
- Sophie the blind Dachshund
- Travis the dog with a fused jaw
- Soba the wobbly Collie mix
- Louie the blind Beagle
- Fuzzy the blind terrier mix
- Lena the blind Quarter Horse
- Allie the blind Lab
For updates on our animals – including new arrivals – and what they’re doing, please check out our blog