Willow Farms is a Federally recognized 501-C-3 certified non profit agency. All donations and adoptions are Tax Deductible.
We are located in Loxley, Alabama and are Directed by Mrs. Janet Hein. We have volunteers come out and feed, work with the horses, play with the dogs, and much more! All our animals are family friendly and are awaiting good homes!
We also offer overnight stabling for horses and low cost boarding by the month!
Before we go any further , I`d like to give special thanks to my young friend Amelia for building this website for us. she and her family .Mom Stephanie,sister Hannah, brother Aaron , all have helped tremendously. Also my best friend and board member Carol Nieder and husband Joe. I don't know what we`d do without them. Mike and Pat Infinger, boarders but also volunteers and wonderful friends.
And last but not least.
The Dixon family, Gloria and Nick have helped us so much. If not for them this farm wouldn't have a truck. They have contributed hay, feed and their time for about a year now and we love them dearly.
Thank you all , Janet Hein, director Willowfarms all breed Canine /Equine Rescue inc.
To contact us by phone, please call: (251)-964-6031
There is much to say on this site, about the animals and people who help, and the like! But let me simply tell you about this site for now. When looking around(please do), make sure to check out who all is up for adoption. There are descriptions on everyone, and if your interested in coming out to see them, contact us and we'll be sure to get back to you! Also, although they are not up for adoption, be sure to read some of 'Stories of Rescues'. You'll find out how much heart Willow Farms has for animals in both sections, and interesting, heartbreaking(and warming) stories.
In the past 3 years this facility has fed and housed 87 horses and 49 dogs . At present we have 29 horses and 5 dogs. Some have been adopted, some placed as companion animals, others are deceased , regrettably due to the condition they were in when they came here and illnesses .Also some who are terminally ill and will live here until their quality of life is gone. If you see an Equine in poor health due to neglect . Please report it . If not to the Sheriffs department , then to us at 251-964-6031
Remember the human race domesticated these animals and now they need to step up and be responsible.
We would also like to thank the sponsers for the St. Judes Trail Ride for letting us come out and adopt out puppies!
Willow Farms wants to personally thank Mr. Roy Hoffman and Mr. John David Mercer for coming out to Willow to take pictures and write about Willow for the Mobile Register!
Everyone can find the information out from Mobile Register below:
Also, thank you Power 88 for posting up our Fundraiser on their site, and Dana Cervantes on Cat Country 98.7 for announcing through this week on Air about the Fundraiser.