VOLUNTEER
“Prevent A Rescue”

“With Solution-Based Rescue, there is so much to learn and even more to consider.” -Chanera Peck, Volunteer Director, Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Class 2021

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About Your Volunteer Experience

“For over four years, I watched individuals enter the barn as students and leave as leaders.”
-Tracy Wachbrit, Volunteer Director, Virginia–Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2020

Volunteers Chanera (front right) and Kaui (back left), mini horses Chopper and Clyde, and Ambassador Thoroughbred "I Love Lulu " host an event at the ranch. Read Chanera's introduction to volunteers and testimonial below.

Volunteers Chanera (front right) and Kaui (back left), mini horses Chopper and Clyde, and Ambassador Thoroughbred "I Love Lulu " host an event at the ranch. Read Chanera's introduction to volunteers and testimonial below.

Understanding animal behavior gets you closer to being Dr. Doolittle.”
-Kekauilani Zukeran-Kerr (Kaui), Volunteer, Ross Veterinary School, Class 2020


An introduction to you volunteer experience from Chanera Peck
ThoroughbredEd is a rescue and solution-oriented organization that teaches important life skills to its volunteers. There is a history of pre-vet students volunteering for the organization.  All of them had nothing but good things to say about it, but so I started volunteering with a friend that was their volunteer director to learn how to work with horses. Along with teaching basic husbandry and handling, ThoroughbredEd also teaches advocacy skills to help shape the next generation of animal welfare leaders in veterinary medicine. Therefore, I’ve learned much more than how to work with animals and wanted to offer an inside look for people who have never heard of or been to ThoroughbredEd. Thus, I decided to write about my experience with the organization and why ThoroughbredEd is such a great place  to volunteer. 

Chanera Peck's Volunteer Testimonial