Jennie Joiner's personal page to help save animals
Jennie Joiner, 2nd Year as a Metal Maiden: Jennie has had animals in her life since early childhood. Ranging from the typical dog and cat to a racoon and Bangle Tiger her mom raised while working at the Wildlife Safari in Winston, Oregon. Jennie and her husband Scot now live on a 14-acre farm in Creswell with three cats, two dogs, three Tennessee Walking horses and 24 chickens. Jennie’s two dogs; Bindi a Red Cattle Dog and Jack a Blue Cattle dog are rescues from bad situations. On her days off you will find Jennie riding her horse in the woods with her best riding partner and friend all over Oregon. She enjoys endurance riding and has competed in 35-mile endurance races coming in the top five the last two years. Jennie is also an advocate for Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon and participates in their yearly fundraising walk to support those who are living with Parkinson’s disease in Oregon. Jennie is passionate about all animals so being a part of a great cause like Bark in the Park is one way she can give back to not only the community but the animals that bring so much love and joy to her life.
My Personal Web Log
About Greenhill Humane Society: Greenhill operates two animal shelters in Eugene, Oregon. Last year, Greenhill sheltered over 3,000 animals, performed over 2,700 spay/neuter and life-saving surgeries through its clinic, and reached over 13,000 children and adults through its outreach and education programs.
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