The idea of a sanctuary for large farm animals began informally in 2001 with the arrival of Molly and Emmy, a mother-and-daughter pair of miniature Sicilian donkeys, whom Pastore found in a petting zoo at a country fair. Upon arrival at Mountain View Farm, Emmy was two months old and on the verge of death, so Pastore immediately brought her to the Rochester Equine Clinic in New Hampshire for treatment.
After 15 days in their newborn intensive unit, Emmy went "home" to Mountain View Farm where she is now healthy and thriving. Molly, Emmy’s mother lived happily on the farm for many years before passing away at an old age to cancer. Since Molly and Emmy’s arrival, the sanctuary has welcomed many more creatures in need; allowing them to live out their lives with plenty of love and quality care from the farm staff and community.
Current and past inhabitants of the sanctuary range from Yorkshire pigs, a family of Pygmy goats, Shetland Sheep, to Holstein steers, various breeds of horses, and a couple of barn cats that happened to find us. Many of the sanctuary’s inhabitants have come from equally somber stories as Molly and Emmy, and were saved from sad fates by Pastore’s good will. The Mountain View Farm Animal Sanctuaryis located on the same property as the Inn at Mountain View Farm, owned by Dr.
Pastore and his wife Marilyn. Inn guests and the general public are welcome to visit with the animals. about | mission | animals | join | visit | sponsor an animal | make a donation | the inn | the area | contact usSee Also: Animal Bats For Sale
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Welcome to Mountain View Veterinary Clinic! Located in beautiful Hayden, Idaho, Dr. Bob Erickson, Dr. Chaley Rider and the staff of Mountain View Veterinary Clinic are committed to your pet's health. At Mountain View Veterinary Clinic we strive to exceed your expectations in the quality of our Veterinary medicine. Since 1994, Dr. Bob Erickson and our staff have practiced compassionate small animal veterinary care in the Hayden area.
Mountain View Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of primary veterinary care for your pets. Specialists are readily available in Spokane and Pullman for consult and referral when needed. We provide friendly, informative, and supportive services for you and your pet. Mountain View Veterinary Clinic offers the Hayden and surrounding area access to emergency veterinary services as well as routine medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care.
Long-standing relationships with ethical on-line veterinary pharmacies and local compounding pharmacists in addition to our own in-house pharmacy, means convenience and flexibility in meeting our patients' medication needs. Your Pets . . . Our Family! Dr. Bob Erickson | Hayden VeterinarianMountain View Veterinary Clinic208-772-7484