From sunrise...                                       to sunset....         
this is what you can find at the "Farm"...
kennel side of clinic
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Copyright 2011-2014 - Safe Harbor Farm
P.O. Box 493, Maysville, NC 28555
252-422-6770


Updated 11-10-14
HAPPY DOGS AT OUR K9 REHABILITATION CENTER!
NOSY CATS ALL OVER THE PLACE!
FRIENDLY GOATS WITH 50 WOODED ACRES TO ROAM!
AWESOME VOLUNTEERS (GOD BLESS THEM ALL)!
THE KINDNESS CLINIC (for our shelter's dogs)
TWO MILES OF WALKING TRAILS AND OUR 1-ACRE POND!
Abraham
the goat pen
Mabelline & Melody
Bandit sings opera
Benjamin, learning to treadmill
cat, cat, cat, duck, duck, duck
entranceway to proposed new full-service clinic
Harley & the pekingese
kennel by the cat center
Ever wonder what is at the end of a rainbow?  Why, it ends right at
Safe Harbor Farm's gate!
cats' porch
cats' porch
feral cats' feeding station
Eggs, anyone?
pond side of clinic building
ball-throwing yard
bridges over the pond (handrails under construction)
The dog center
medical isolation building
sidewalk by ball field
sidewalk from road
spotted salamander among the irises
2 miles of woodsy trails now being groomed for dog walkers
cat center
I don't care what the goat told you, goats are not allowed in the container garden!
Hera & Hiker, resident dobies
play area behind the dog center
DINNER!
photo by Ammara Meletich
Tot & Maggie - photo by Ammara Meletich
Waiting patiently to enter the play area - part of each morning's routine
Jeffrey, Lenny, Lynne, Hera & Porkchop
Vince, doing kennel repair
Prep room
surgery
Cinder loop trail
Prep room
What you see here reflects a lot of hard work by dedicated volunteers with the help of some truely awesome supporters.  We started with nothing but land & a logging road (no other roads, no buildings, no pond, even) in 2005.  For a little history on our rise from pretty humble beginnings, check out these links:

  Our cat center was once a two-room schoolhouse in New Bern!  pictures

  Our clinic was once a 100-year old Catholic Church in Maysville!  pictures

  Our dog center was erected 100% by volunteers putting over 4,000 bolts in, one at a time!  pictures

  Our pond was the first project we undertook, since we needed soil to fill in deep ruts left by logging trucks.  pictures
Suka, in the pen by the pond
second exam room, under construction