Pinto mare available for adoption to the right home – This nice good-sized mare needs a new home due to problems of her owner suffering a broken leg. She has had only two owners (the first one died). She is 16 years old, white & brown with some black in her tail, and has one watch eye. (Picture will be posted soon.) She has a great temperament and no vices other than being at times a bit hard to catch. She is well-rounded in the saddle, road safe to water safe on the trails.


Pet Fostering Program

Twenty-five percent of dogs in shelters are purebred dogs, due in large part to irresponsible breeders and dog owners. As breeders, we believe it’s our responsibility to help place needy animals. Amy’s Acres houses and sponsors dogs and other species.


All vet care, training and/or rehabilitation needed by an animal when it comes to Amy's Acres is paid by us, out-of-pocket. We feel blessed that to date we have been able to help so many animals throughout the years and hope to continue to do so until the very end.


On this, our King Shepherd site, we will continue to update information about pets that need adoption. New pictures and information will be updated as situations change. If you are interested in a pet posted for adoption in the future, we will have you contact us at , and we will either direct you to the organization we are sponsoring or we will post an application.


Placed pets find a new home, a new life

We usually receive updates from our placed animals new owners, and would like to share them with you on our “testimonials” page. It is thrilling and so rewarding to know that we have enabled a neglected animal to find a loving home. We also would like to share in celebration of friends gone over the rainbow on our Greener Pastures pages.


Supporting local Humane Societies

We hope to help raise funds for the Ogemaw County Humane Society this Spring 2006 by having a farm day here at AAKS, with all proceeds going to the OCHS.

The OCHS sponsors an annual “Mutt March” fund raiser. Amy’s Acres is proud to be one of the 2006 Top 10 Highest Pledge Earners, helping raise money to build and support an animal shelter in Ogemaw County, Michigan. They have already purchased land but have so far raised on about half the money needed to actually build the shelter. Anyone wishing to donate to this great cause, please send contributions to: Ogemaw County Humane Society, P O Box 231, West Branch, Michigan, 48661. Check here for highlights of the OCHS 2006 & 2007 “Mutt March”.


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