Why C.O.O.A.S.?

The primary purpose of Circle of One Animal Sanctuary is to provide a lifetime home for animals in need, primarily equines. The ones who are not "useable". The ones who will never be able to be ridden. Secondly; we do some rescue, rehabilitation and adoptions. Third, our goal is to help bring awareness of the oneness of all life.

How –
Circle of One was formed by 3 people that recognize the inherent wonder of non-human animals. Equines make our lives better every day and have incredible healing abilities, if you are open to receive. They bring unconditional love and acceptance that is not always part of human behavior, although it should be.
Our Executive Director, Wynne Zaugg, has 23 years experience as the Co-founder and Executive Director of Hacienda de los Milagros. 105 positive reviews were posted at www.GreatNon-profits.org during his tenure. Our Directors are Cleatius Woodard, Barbara Metzger, and Wynne Zaugg. They have significant experience with animals as well. All our resident equines are rescues.

We are small, but we will still make a huge difference for the ones we take in. Wynne developed our feeding program while at HDLM that ensures a necessary weight, quality of health and contentment to each resident.

How Can You Help?

Checks or Money Orders to
Circle of One Animal Sanctuary
PO Box 1184
Chino Valley, AZ 86323-1184
Set up monthly donations
through your bank
Donate via PayPal

Purchase copies of
Circle of One,
telepathic messages from
horses, burros, dogs, cats,
rabbits and llamas.
View Book Description!

Summer 2015 Newsletter

A Different View

Other Recommended Readings
Native Wisdom for White Minds, Anne Wilson Schaef

Naked Into The Night,
Lost in Las Vegas,
Save the Good Seed,
and Dead Water Rites,
Monty Joynes 
Should be read in that order!

Neither Wolf nor Dog, and The Wolf at Twilight, Kent Nerburn

Living in Vertical Time, Brian Narelle


  Our Residents
True Magestic OneAlmaLady Bleau
True Magestic One
TB mare, missing right her eye. 10 in 2014, former race horse
27 year young quarter horse mare who raced. She has been in sanctuary since she was 3, with Wynne
Lady Bleau
17-18 year youn TB mare, former race horse.
AshleyTommy Lee MoonSomething Special
17 year young TB mare who has damaged knees which do not slow her down one bit. Did race until she was injured.
Tommy Lee Moon
a 15-16 year very young TB gelding.
Something Special
a 22 year young TB mare. Registered name Gorky Squared. Former race horse

Some folks wonder about visiting. We operate on property belonging to another person, so it is necessary to call ahead to be sure someone can show you around. You can also drive by and see them from the road, as the large turnout fence is along the road. 3730 N Rd 1 West, Chino Valley. Call Wynne at (928) 583-4849

We are planning a discussion group to talk about animal issues, stories, etc. and to let those interested learn more about animal communication. How it greatly improves relationships between humans and their animal family. All have the ability, you just need to reconnect with it. If enough people are interested, we will arrange to have someone come in and conduct a workshop to help you re-learn. Call Wynne at (928) 583-4849

Animal Communication
Either re-learn this skill, or use the services of one, to really improve your relationship with your non-human family.  You will be amazed by what they share with you (see and read Circle of One to get an idea if you've not experienced this).  Is your best friend acting out?  In pain? Circle of One was a group project utilizing the skills of 22 individual communicators.  Their contact information is listed in the book.  Want to know who I use? We use the following because I have for a long time, and they are excellent:

Sue Manley, 604-542-1033, www.caretolisten.ca
Danielle Tremblay, 303-955-4292, www.whitelightconnection.com

Long Distance Energy Work, Nutrition, Natural & Holistic Remedies & Healings, Animal Communication
Beverly MacLean,  250-398-8821, beverly@healthyawakenings.com, www.healthyawakenings.com

Fall 2013

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