How to find a horse rescue near you?
Find a horse rescue group or shelter near you. Below is a list of horse rescues in the United States. Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement by A Home For Every Horse. Before contributing to or adopting from any equine rescue, do your own research to make sure your time and money are going to a worthy organization.
What kind of horse is a rescue horse?
Rescue horses are those that have either been neglected, abandoned or abused and there are a ton of farms and non-profits out there acting as horse rescues or sanctuaries. Before considering horse adoption, we encourage you to learn more about the farm or organization that is offering the horse. Make sure to do your homework.
Is it possible to adopt a rescue horse?
Looking to Adopt a Horse? If you are looking to adopt a horse or for a new pet horse, then rescue horses may be for you. Rescue horses are those that have either been neglected, abandoned or abused and there are a ton of farms and non-profits out there acting as horse rescues or sanctuaries.
What kind of horse is up for adoption?
Rescue Horses up for Adoption. 1 Big bodied, bold Mustang Mare. Yamhill, OR $3,400. 2 Soldier 2004 QHxTB Gelding. 3 NICE MARE READY FOR ADOPTION!! 4 Cute pony ready for adoption! 5 Crossroads Sherry.
Where can I find a horse rescue in Montana?
Montana 1 1st Horse At A Time Draft Horse Rescue, Inc. – Corvallis, Montana 2 Horse Haven Montana – Frenchtown, Montana 3 The Wings Program, Inc. – Corvallis, Montana
Where can I find a horse rescue in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin 1 American Standardbred Adoption Program, Inc. – De Soto, Wisconsin 2 Facebook 3 Website 4 Helping Paws Pet Rescue Inc – Washburn, Wisconsin 5 Facebook 6 Website 7 Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation, Inc. – Pittsville, Wisconsin 8 Facebook 9 Website 10 Off Track, On Course Thoroughbreds – Fitchburg, WI
What do you need to know about shelter for horses?
Equines shall be provided with shelter that gives protection from extreme weather including but not limited to: prevailing wind, snow, sleet, rain, sun, and temperature extremes. Stalls and shelters shall be constructed to provide sufficient space for each equine to turn around, lie down, and move freely and to allow free air flow.