HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary and Rescue Center is a 501C3 non-profit organization located on 21.75 acres of beautiful property in Buskirk, NY. Tending to a variety of animals who have lost their owners, run their course for their owner’s purpose, or just plain ol’ need love – our Herd continues to grow.

 

 

Click here to view all of our adoptable pets at once. Click on the pet’s name below for more details.

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Seeing Eye Cows Ollie and Sunny

SPECIAL REPORT: Featuring our latest additions to the sanctuary, Ollie and Sunny! Read their mooo-ving story about how Sunny became Ollie’s “seeing eye cow”!

 


 

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HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 week 2 days ago

Meet Milo! He is 8 yrs young, He has been recently vetted and will be neutered 5/24. He is the friendliest Soft coated Wheaton, truly a wonderful dog, HE Will NEED someone understanding about a mature male dog being potty retrained after neutering. We can supply belly bands and a crate however please only consider if you are ready to handle this task.

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2 weeks 4 days ago

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HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

2 weeks 4 days ago

Good news for cats in NY! 🐈❤️

HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 month 6 hours ago

FYI 🦌

Don't be a fawnnapper! It's very common for moms to leave babies for the day while they forage. It's their hope that if they leave it near humans that it will help keep predators away. Doe will often hide fawns near your home or even right outside your home. This does not mean the baby is orphaned. Please contact a licensed Rehabilitator before moving a fawn. Unless they are crying, running around looking for the mom or showing signs of dehydration or hunger, they should be left alone.❤️

HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 month 14 hours ago

**UPDATE ON
VOLUNTEER DAY and socialize with our animals!**
April 20th from 11-2pm.
IT IS Going to rain ☔️ 😩
The farm is already very muddy from the spring.... with more rain today and then again tomorrow several projects are going to have to be on hold. We do not want to discourage anyone from visiting however we do not have housing in order to protect everyone from getting wet. More importantly, the animals do not like the rain so they usually go undercover and do not come out to visit.
We can most certainly have a rain date for next weekend 4/27 from 11 AM to 2 PM so the day is enjoyable for everyone!
We can definitely update in the morning👍🙏🙏😉

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Every third Saturday of the month, we hold a large group volunteer day.
Please bring work gloves, sturdy shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty and a beverage to quench your thirst.

For students that need community hours, this is a perfect activity! Bring your sheet for us to sign off your hours.

Bring some family, friends...more the merrier.

Feel free to share this post. THANK YOU! ❤️

HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 month 1 day ago

So this happened Wednesday!
Jean and Katrina do amazing work rehabilitating wildlife and it was time to release their baby Opossums! We are so fortunate to have the woods that are perfectly suited for them ❤️
They are amazing for insect control
Especially TICKS!!! 😉👏🏻👏🏻😊

HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 month 5 days ago

We are so grateful to have Barbara Nizinkirck in our group of colleagues. Thank you Christina Martin for introducing us! 😉😊Yesterday was “adoption day” and all of Daisy’s puppies have amazing new lives to look forward to! 🥰🐾❤️

HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 month 1 week ago

HAPPY SPRING! 🦆 🥰

HeartsHerd Animal Sanctuary

1 month 1 week ago

**UPDATE ON
VOLUNTEER DAY and socialize with our animals!**
April 20th from 11-2pm.
IT IS Going to rain ☔️ 😩
The farm is already very muddy from the spring.... with more rain today and then again tomorrow several projects are going to have to be on hold. We do not want to discourage anyone from visiting however we do not have housing in order to protect everyone from getting wet. More importantly, the animals do not like the rain so they usually go undercover and do not come out to visit.
We can most certainly have a rain date for next weekend 4/27 from 11 AM to 2 PM so the day is enjoyable for everyone!
We can definitely update in the morning👍🙏🙏😉

Every third Saturday of the month, we hold a large group volunteer day.
Please bring work gloves, sturdy shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty and a beverage to quench your thirst.

For students that need community hours, this is a perfect activity! Bring your sheet for us to sign off your hours.

Bring some family, friends...more the merrier.

Feel free to share this post. THANK YOU! ❤️