MA few of our senior or disabled animals will live out their lives here at the sanctuary but many are available for adoption. Our process is designed to ensure a good match so that the animals are adopted to forever homes and that they won't end up coming back to us or worse, being sold at auction. We want to set everyone up for success.
Because horses are herd animals, we do ask that they have at least one companion where they will be housed. Ideally this would be another horse, but we would consider other hoofed animals in certain situations. Also, we utilize natural horsemanship principals (Parelli, to be precise) with our horses and want to be sure that they will be treated similarly in their new homes. We have found that our animals flourish under this system and it wouldn't be fair to switch them to another method of training.
We also ask that animals be allowed to live out their natural lives and not be used for breeding or any medical or experimental purposes.
If you're interested in giving one (or more!) of the animals a loving home, please fill out this brief questionnaire and we'll be in touch soon.
|Fawn Hills Animal Sanctuary and Care Farm||
Adopt an Animal