Cases in Rehab

The Sonoma CHANGE Program is a community based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that assists the Sonoma County Animal Care and Control Department with equine abuse, abandonment, and neglect cases.

The CHANGE Program helps horses connected to Animal Control cases with services such as transportation, foster housing, veterinary care, rehabilitation and adoption.

Due to pending legal or criminal matters, the identity of some horses must remain private. This means that CHANGE sometimes has horses in foster care that cannot appear on the website. Please check back periodically for changes, or find us on Facebook for the latest news.


Lakota (#Cloverdale12)

Lakota (#Cloverdale12)

UPDATE September 5, 2018: Lakota is current on dental work, vaccinations, deworming, and hoof care.  She is broke to ride and has been ridden 4 to 5 times per week by her foster barn caregivers, however she currently is off of work due to an injury that is being treated under veterinary direction. Her foster barn reports that she is a willing, behaved, intellgent, sound mare and she is going to make someone a wonderful horse! 

General Information:

12 years old