Black Gelding

Just 31 inches high!



Tiny Bear arrived in such terrible condition it didn’t look like there was much hope for him.

He was so weak he couldn’t stand by himself. He had been left lying on the ground for so long that he was suffering nerve damage on one side of his face and excruciatingly painful eye ulcers. 

His coat was matted and infested with lice and he was riddled with worms.  He was rushed to the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) for intensive treatment. 

Read more about his incredible journey here and how you can help.