Ever thought you might like to volunteer at an Animal Sanctuary? Pegasus Animal Sanctuary is introducing regular New Volunteer Information Sessions where prospective volunteers will learn what Pegasus is all about.
2020-02-15: This position has been filled. Thanks to everyone who took the time to apply.
If you have a passion for animals, people, and the great outdoors, we may have the opportunity of a lifetime for you! Pegasus Animal Sanctuary is currently looking for a Barn Operations Manager. This is an important role in helping us grow towards achieving our vision.
Henny, our pretty little speckled hen, is thrilled to welcome three new chickens to our flock! Thanks to volunteer Robynne, we were able to rescue Penny, Laverne, and Shirley. Click the Read More button below to learn more about our feathered friends and see some great new pictures.
The Pegasus Animal Sanctuary, located just south of Port Perry on Scugog Line 3, started off in 2017 as a home for two abandoned pigs — Bert and Ernie — in Jack Hurst’s bid to turn his 97-acre parcel of land into a safe haven for unwanted animals.
Without the generous support of corporations like Modern Niagara, Pegasus would not be able to care for our residents. Mike Winters EVP & CIO at Modern Niagara Group Inc. presents a $1500 cheque after their recent Pegasus Community Day to Co-Founder and Chief Shoveller Jack Hurst.
Click the Read More button below to enjoy some of the pictures from the Pegasus Animal Sanctuary Community Open House on September 22, 2019. Food served by Copper Branch, entertainment by The Duke's, and of course, special moments with our wonderful residents.
With special thanks to our good friends at Mary Lynn Holmes Photography.
Plan to attend our Open House at Pegasus Animal Sanctuary in Port Perry. A full schedule of events are scheduled: face painting for the kids, Pegasus tattoos, Pegasus swag, silent auction, picture taken with Blanche, meet and greet with Bert and Ernie (our adorable pigs), hang out with Stella and Olivia (our miniature horses), quack it up with Pip, Squeek (our Pekin Ducks), or Henny (our rescue chicken).
Seventeen employees from Modern Niagara, a commercial mechanical and electrical contracting company with offices across the country, recently rolled up their sleeves to help Hurst further establish the Pegasus Animal Sanctuary during a one-day work bee held on Oct. 19.
The approximately six-month-old pigs – we think are brothers – were reported found in her Durham Region home at around 2:00 am on December 29th.