Frost and two pasture mates were discovered by Oklahoma authorities as being underweight due to neglect. At the same time, Frost’s owners were being investigated for neglect of their numerous dogs. The authorities notified them that they would have to rehome the horses or face possible charges. Rainbow Meadows medical director, Jan Johnston, DVM, was present at the time of the investigation and recommended that the horses be relinquished to Rainbow Meadows. Within two days, the horses were picked up and began a rehabilitation program at the rescue. Frost was described by his previous owners as a "white puppy dog" and that has proven to be true. He is cooperative and quiet and fully sound despite a cosmetic deformity of his shoulder and face. Frost will make a wonderful addition to his new adoptive home.