Fuzzy Faces Refuge

Hoping * Helping * Healing

What We Do

Fuzzy Faces Refuge provides Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) programs with equines, canines and small farm animals such as goats, ducks, geese, and rabbits.    

Experience hands-on therapy in a family-oriented farm setting. You may bring your own therapeutic animal or partner with one of ours. Picnicking, camping, hiking, fishing and paddle boating are all available on our beautiful 72 acre farm. Building confidence, enabling positive progress and affording opportunities that may otherwise be unavailable is what FFR is all about.

Give yourself a break by scheduling your private visit today for yourself and your loved ones. Contact us for more information regarding visits or special events. All proceeds go to support our therapeutic programs and the animals that call Fuzzy Faces Refuge home.


Fuzzy Faces Farm Services

Boarding for Your Horse

Board your Horse with Fuzzy Faces Farm, LLC. We have a 90 x 120 lighted riding arena and 60 foot round pen for exercising you and your horse. There are also over 55 acres of trails if you would like to get back to nature and explore a bit. Pasture board is $300 and stall board is $600. The barn has on-site management with lots of love! We feed only Timothy Orchard Hay. Please contact us for details!

Trail Riding for Your Horse
Pony Parties
Canine Activities
Reunions and Weddings
Picnicking and BBQ – (ask us about an on-site party for Your Friends and Family)
Hiking and Nature Walks
Fishing and Pedal Boats
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Tizzie Had Twins!

By Fuzzy Faces Refuge | February 4, 2018

Tizzie, one of our San Clemente Island Goats, had twins […]

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Woody and Roberto Playing

By Fuzzy Faces Refuge | January 19, 2018

Little Roberto has grown quickly over the summer!  Enjoy this […]

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Meet Roberto!

By Fuzzy Faces Refuge | July 18, 2017

Roberto is a critically endangered San Clemente goat from the […]

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Fuzzy Faces Refuge On WRAL TV

By Fuzzy Faces Refuge | May 24, 2017
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