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Beth Bollenbach and her husband, Dale Welling, started Paws for Humanity, a nonprofit animal sanctuary and rehab center, at their Three Oaks farm.

THREE OAKS — Beth Bollenbach and Dale Welling have countless stories to share.

The pair own and operate a nonprofit animal therapy farm in Three Oaks called Paws for Humanity, which they started this year. They are currently raising money to build an indoor horse-riding arena, with office space attached.

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Ducks play in a pool at Beth Bollenbach and Dale Welling’s Three Oaks farm.

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Dale Welling feeds an alpaca at his Three Oaks farm. He and his wife have formed Paws for Humanity, a nonprofit animal sanctuary and rehab center.

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A rescued cat explores the grounds at Beth Bollenbach and Dale Welling’s farm.

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Pepe, a quarterhorse, walks through the rain at Beth Bollenbacht and Dale Welling’s Three Oaks farm.

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Goats peer through their enclosure while seeking shelter from a heavy rain at Beth Bollenbacht and Dale Welling’s Three Oaks farm.

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