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The Blog of AHAR

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The AHAR Chronicles

Read about some of the heart warming and gut wrenching stories we’ve encountered at AHAR

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Success Stories

Read about some of the animals we’ve found new homes for including updates from their new families.

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Read about some of the heart warming and gut wrenching stories we’ve encountered at AHAR

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Success Stories

Some of the animals we’ve homed

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Read about some of the animals we’ve found new homes for including updates from their new families.

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AHAR Residents

The live-in residents of AHAR

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We have a number of animals that live at AHAR. Find out more about them.

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Animals for Adoption

Animals looking for new homes

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Browse some of the animals currently available for adoption.
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A Passion for Life

This video is dedicated to Passion our little warhorse who beat all the odds… to live and a nation fell in love with her.

Passion was left to die. Emaciated, and dying of malnutrition. Seven hours we spent on her rescue mission to get her to safety. This amazing little horse faught day and night to live.

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My Dream of AHAR
Animal Heaven Animal Rescue (AHAR Ireland) was founded by Suzanne Gibbons in 1991. Suzanne has worked in animal rescue since the age of 8.
Vaccinate Your Dogs
Responsible pet owners should spay/neuter their dogs & cats to prevent unnecessary suffering to future generations. Financial aid can be sought in certain circumstances.
Spay/Neuter Your Pet
The health and well being of your dog should be a top priority to you. All dogs should be vaccinated to prevent the spread of diseases such as Canine Parvovirus (Parvo).
Absolutely heartbroken by the latest news of more equine cruelty. I don’t know how you keep going but we all hope the battle will end soon. – Aideen O’Mara (Message with donation)