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D-S Rescue 

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Photo by Josh Morgan
Adoptable Paint horses Honey Boy (left) and Sundancer (right) enjoy a meal together.
Photo by Josh Morgan
Paint horse Tater enjoys a snack on a sunny afternoon. He is available for adoption.
Photo by Josh Morgan
Short-hair domestic cat Flame looks comfy at his perch at D-S Rescue, but he awaits a forever home.
Photo by Josh Morgan
One of the cute puppies available at D-S Rescue.
Photo by Josh Morgan
Ducks Grace and Junior are part of D-S Rescue’s petting zoo.
Photo by Josh Morgan
Ham and Cheese are friendly pigs ready to greet visitors.
Balto, a mini-Oberhasli goat, was rejected by his mother and brought to D-S Rescue when he was only 24-hours old. Deanna Severance and volunteers bottle fed him to keep him alive.
Photo by Josh Morgan
Deanna Severance greets one of the many pups available for adoption at D-S Rescue.
Photo by Josh Morgan
Deanna Severance with 2-year-old Sundancer, a Tobiano Paint horse.
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Balto, a mini-Oberhasli goat, was rejected by his mother and brought to D-S Rescue when he was only 24-hours old. Deanna Severance and volunteers bottle fed him to keep him alive.

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