Mini Hooves of Love

Miniature Therapy Horses
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What we do

Our Programs

Just Say WHOA to Bullying

Animal Assisted Therapy

Read With Me Program

Walk with Me program

Community Appearances

Corporate Wellness

Public Safety Visits

What Drives Us

Our Mission

Mini Hooves of Love miniature horses and volunteers are dedicated to providing therapeutic animal assisted visits. It is our mission to give people the opportunity to interact with a miniature horse to enhance their quality of life.

North Texas Giving Day

On Tuesday, May 5th, 2020, our community will come together for North Texas Giving Tuesday Now, an emergency giving day to support the nonprofits in our region. As you know, our work has been challenged by the impact of COVID-19 on our community, region and world. 

If you can, we’re asking for your support on this emergency giving day, to help us continue our work, serving those who rely on our services and providing resources for our volunteers to continue forging ahead. Your donations, no matter how small or large – it is always appreciated. Our vet bills, feed and hay still has to be purchased. 

GIVING LINK
(Scheduled donations start Tuesday, April 14th.)

Get Involved

Mini Hooves of Love is actively looking for volunteers to assist with presentations, on-site hospital visits, care for the horses, and other opportunities. Interested in learning what it takes to be a Miniature Therapy Horse volunteer? It’s not as hard as you think! Check out how to

Upcoming Events

Mini Hooves of Love Night Out

Saturday, June 20th @ 7:30 PM
FC Dallas vs Minnesota United
Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX 

Come see FC Dallas take on Minnesota and support Mini Hooves of Love at the same time! This is the 8th home match of the FC Dallas 25th Anniversary Season.
Purchase TICKETS HERE and help support Mini Hooves of Love, join us!

our minis

Featured Horses

Click on any of the horses below to learn more about them

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Miniature Horse Therapy

Animal assisted activities (AAA)

Animals bring warmth and contentment into a place (like hospitals) where ordinarily touch is invasive or not pleasant. Studies show that nursing homes and assisted living housing communities can benefit greatly from pets as therapy animals. Not only does petting an animal reduce your heart rate and blood pressure, it also encourages socialization. 

mini life

When our minis aren’t hard at work making people smile, they are sleeping and eating in a barn at night and graze and play in the pasture during the day, just like all horses should! Find out what the life of a Miniature Therapy Horse is like when they are not on duty.

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