Curicyn to the Rescue

Curicyn To The Rescue

At Curicyn, we’re not just committed to helping animals get back to optimal health. We’re also on a mission to make the world a better place. That means taking action and using our brand as a springboard to create waves of positive change.

That is why we partner with animal shelters, rescues and other non-profit organizations around the country to donate animal-wound care products to help the most vulnerable animals.

PARTNER ANIMAL RESCUES AND SHELTERS

Selected organizations may offer discount codes for Curicyn products on their websites and will receive a percentage of each sale in return. To participate or be considered for our Curicyn to the Rescue Program, please contact Brenda McCullers or Colleen Watson.

Curicyn Disaster Relief

Natural disasters like hurricanes, wildfires, and flooding can be devastating for animals impacted. In order to help injured animals get back to health, we offer support to local veterinarians impacted by these disasters.

If you’re interested in partnering with us, please contact Tracey Weaver. For shelter, rescue, or organization pricing, please use our contact page.

PARTNER ANIMAL RESCUES AND SHELTERS

Big Dog Ranch Rescue, founded in 2009, is devoted and committed to two things. 1) Creating a healing community for dogs, both big and small, who have been neglected, abandoned, and mistreated. 2) Finding families ready to open their hearts to joy, companionship, and growth - all wrapped up in one furry package. They are the Largest Cage-Free, NO-KILL Dog Rescue in the United States. As of April 2020, they have saved over 40,000 dogs. They typically have around 600 dogs (500 adults & 100 puppies) on the 33-acre campus located in Loxahatchee, Florida.

East Tennessee Miniature Horse and Donkey Rescue, (ETMHD) is a small rescue located in Loudon, Tennessee. Made up of volunteers who want to make a big difference in the lives of small equines, ETMHD’s mission is three-fold. 1)To be a safety net for miniature horses, donkeys and mules that are at risk of being homeless or going to auction. 2) To educate potential adopters and mini owners of the care and needs of these little equines. 3) To educate the public about the plight of the unwanted horse.

Faith N Friends, is a volunteer-run, donation-funded 501(c)3 horse rescue and sanctuary located in Powell, Tennessee. They accept owner surrenders, rescues, and abandoned equines. Currently, this organization works to address both the equine and human needs by providing care, treatment, and training, as well as matching loving owners to the right horse while helping and educating horse owners and the community. In addition, they are in the process of creating therapy programs for disabled and chronically ill children.

Hunkapi Programs, Inc, is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. They offer Therapeutic Riding, Emotional Regulation, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, and other services for both children and adults with diagnoses such as Autism, ADD, ADHD, Emotional Disorders, PTSD, etc. These programs are led by a staff of Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH)-certified Instructors, therapists and teams of experienced volunteers. The programs all have one aim – to use the bond between horse and human as a catalyst for positive growth in the lives of our participants.

Redemption Road Rescue, is a non-profit equine rescue located in Jackson, Tennessee. They help horses and horse owners in need, accept surrendered animals, and work side by side with local authorities on animal cruelty cases and seizures. On any given day, Redemption Road Rescue houses 30-40 horses, ponies, donkeys, mules, and miniature horses in various stages of rehabilitation. Their horses are all various ages, sizes, breeds, and levels of handling and training. Once a rescued horse has been successfully rehabilitated, it can be adopted to its forever home.

Rockin’ G Equine Sanctuary, located in El Reno, Oklahoma, rescues, nurtures, and provides rehabilitation to individual horses based on their circumstances and level of need, all to increase their potential for adoption and re-homing. Any un-adopted horse will find their forever home here. Additionally, Rockin’ G works to educate the public about the proper care of horses.