THERAPY BARN RENOVATION
Our existing barn is being modified to accommodate very small animals and smaller children. Stall are being rebuilt, walls are being lowered and modified for safety, easy access points are being added, and working pens are being built along the back.
We are building new pens for therapy sessions which allows children to work with animals without feeling confined or separated from their family. Additionally, a large pen adjacent to the therapy pens is being added to allow for comfortable reprieves and play time.
As therapy needs grow so must the Triple H team. We actively look for small animals with a sweet disposition to be trained and incorporated into our program. This can include miniature horses, miniature donkeys, baby doll sheep, pygmy goats, potbelly pigs, bunnies, or anything small, lovable and furry!
All of our furry critters need to eat year round; therefore, we are always seeking donations of hay or cash donations to acquire more hay. Additionally, we need lower quality hay or straw for bedding in the barn.