Ashburn's Animals began in 2009 as a vision to help both people and animals by bringing the two together. The founding team sought to rescue animals from poor situations and find new homes for them. In the process, they also wanted to help the community by offering theraputic services to those in need.
As the years went on, the farm continued to grow. We quickly realized there were many animals out there that needed our help. We began taking in more animals and extendning our variety of animals we take in. Our mission has changed very little as we continue to help animals in need and play a part in our community.
Today, Ashburn's Animals is a 55 acre rescue that is home to more than 150 animals, ranging from pigs and alpacas to snakes and tarantulas. The rescue is run through volunteers, donations, and community support. While we don't take in cats and dogs, we take in just about everything else. We have partnerships with wonderful organizations, such as Lake Tobias Wildlife Park, the ASPCA, Hallmark Feeds, and the Pennsylvania State Police.
If you would like to learn more about us, who we are, and what we do, feel free to explore our website, Facebook page, or contact us!
KATIE WALTERS - DIRECTOR
Katie serves in a wide capacity at the farm. She oversees all farm operations, handles our adoptions, and runs our junior volunteer program. Currently, Katie is a full-time pharmacy technician and received her degree in nursing in August 2021.
Charlie has been with us for quite some time serving as our handyman. If something needs to be fixed around here, he makes sure to get it working better than before! Outside of the farm, Charlie works as an electrician for SRS Electric.
Tabitha volunteers her skills anywhere she can at the farm. She specializes in reptiles and horses, but he can also be found providing veterinary care, doing farm tours, and working on our education and outreach campaigns. She currently owns her own equine massage and reiki business.
Tana is a driven, passionate member of the team. This pig-loving outgoing individual works hard to ensure every animal on the farm gets the love and care they deserve. When she is not at the farm, she is working at the post office.
Krista is a newer member of our team, and we are so glad to have her! In the short time, she's been with us, she has shown so much care and passion for what we do at Ashburn's. When she is not at the rescue caring for the animals, she can be found at the racetrack watching her husband.
HOW DO I ADOPT AN ANIMAL?
To adopt an animal from us, you can head to our animals page. When you have found an animal that you would be interested in adopting, fill out the adoption application at the top of the page. Once the application is processed, we will be in touch to let you know if you are a good fit!
DO YOU HAVE VISITATION HOURS?
All visitation is reserved for appointment only. We do not have open hours. To schedule a visit, head to our contact us page or send us a message on Facebook.
CAN YOU TAKE MY PET?
We take in neglected, unwanted, and abused animals, but we do not take in dogs and cats. Contact us to see if we can take an animal or to set up an appointment.
ARE YOU LICENSED AND ISSUED?
Our rescue carries all of the necessary permits and licenses to maintain a rescue. We are also insured to provide protection to ourselves, our animals, and others.
WHAT IS A FARM TOUR AND HOW DO I SCHEDULE?
A farm tour is a private, one hour session where a trained volunteer takes you around the famr to see and interact with our animals. Tours are $8 per person. Typically, tours are done Monday-Friday. To schedule a farm tour or visit, visit our contact us page.