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Runnin’ Free Ranch a welcome respite for many


Madison Bell used one word to describe Runnin’ Free Ranch on Thursday night. Peaceful. And that is just a small part of what makes the ranch, owned and operated by Amy and DJ Dojahn, so special. In essence it is way more than that, as friends, family, guests and those that use the ranch gathered at the Dojahn home off of Old Lake Bardwell Road. Ennis Chamber of Commerce President Jeanette Patak who was also on hand, formally recognized the ranch as an official member of the Ennis Chamber of Commerce. The Dojahn’s also gave guests an inside look into some of the services offered. The mission of Runnin’ Free Ranch is to provide a non-judgmental, non-pressured environment where adults, children and families can experience freedom, hope and positive life-changing relationships through the facilitation of equine assisted activities and counseling. Runnin’ Free Ranch facilitates one to two hour sessions for each individual, family or group using a mental health professional, horse specialist and a rescued horse or horses to help participants examine their human relationship patterns through the example of their human/horse relationship experience. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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